Brit & Alex - Let It Go

Posted 8 years ago
Tags: Brit & Alex , Club
Producer:
Theron "Neff U" Feemster
Album:
Step Up 2: The Streets Soundtrack

It has taken six long years to arrive, but the time has come for British female duo Brit & Alex to make their mark on America.  The identical twins, whose debut album will be produced in full by Dallas Austin (TLC, Janet) and Tricky Stewart (Rihanna, The-Dream), recently placed their first single, Let It Go, on the loaded soundtrack to Step Up 2: The Streets.  The song is produced by Neff U and is “the story of a girl on the outside looking in, wondering ‘where do I go from here?’” according to Brittany.  While their sound is primarily pop, the ladies have a distinct urban edge courtesy of their fitting production.  Never have a frog’s “ribbits” sounded so cool.

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