Bridget Kelly - I Won’t Cry / Almost More

Posted 2 years ago
Producer:
C4
Album:
All Or Nothing

It’s been a hot minute since Bridget Kelly last appeared on our pages; Street Dreamin’ hit the Booth way back in March of 2013. To make up for lost time, the Roc Nation songstress is making her latest feature a two-fer. This “exclusive session” kicks off with I Won’t Cry, a wounded ballad fueled by jazzy keyboard chords and 6/8 percussion. On the back, beatsmith C4 slows things down for Almost More, a sensual jam that details the artist’s blossoming feelings for a man whom she’s been seeing, no strings attached. Featuring both of the aforementioned songs and much more, Kelly’s All or Nothing LP has yet to receive a drop date. Keep it locked for release details, as well as all the latest tunes.

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