The Foreign Exchange - Love in Flying Colors

Posted 2 years ago

R&B/electronic/hip-hop duo The Foreign Exchange (Phonte & Nicolay) have unleashed its latest full-length, Love in Flying Colors.

Their first release since dropping Dear Friends: An Evening With the Foreign Exchange in 2011, the project packs a total of 10 original jams from the genre-bending crew, including reader-approved lead single "Call It Home / Pity." Throughout the project, the headliners are joined by a variety of noteworthy guests, among them Carlitta Durand, Carmen Rodgers, Eric Roberson, Gwen Bunn, Jeanne Jolly, Shana Tucker and Sy Smith. All boardwork comes courtesy of Nicolay and Phonte, except on "Listen to the Rain," which is co-produced by Zo!.

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