Avery Storm - Need You Tonight

Posted 4 years ago
Producer:
Blast Off Productions
Album:
None (Promo Single)

New Jersey crooner Avery Storm continues to drop new entries in his series of song flips at a fiendishly fast rate with Need You Tonight the latest record to receive Storm’s signature touch. The original version of Need You Tonight, which was performed by INXS, is heavy on the 80’s pop-rock while Storm’s version of the song is unmistakably R&B. The similarities between both versions of the song are obviously there, but Blast Off Productions adds a completely new sound to Storm’s Need You Tonight with the addition of heavy keys and drum rolls. Like past flips from the singer, Need You Tonight also comes with an accompanying music video. Storm takes a bit of a backseat in his latest visuals as he allows model Audra Dawn to tap into her inner Beyonce’s (à la Dance For You) as she seduces the songster. With his steady stream of new releases we should expect Storm’s latest flip, and all new original material, to be available in the very near future.

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