Casely - Touch Me

Posted 7 years ago
Tags: Casely , Club
Producer:
Bang Bang Ent.
Album:
1985

If you’ve got a girlfriend, you will probably want to keep her away from Casely – the man is born to make the ladies swoon. After making a splash with first single, Emotional, the 22-year-old R&B up-and-comer is back to show the opposite sex a little more of his intimate side. Touch Me, the second single off his major label debut, 1985 (presumably named after his birth year), has the same dance vibe as Emotional, but more of an edge. Bang Bang Entertainment, the production pseudonym of Casely and DLP, lays down a club-ready beat characterized by its booming percussion and bright synths. Casely takes care of the rest, urging you to get physical over two verses and a hook. Watch out, ladies.

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