Cassie ft. Day26, Red Cafe & Busta Rhymes - Must Be Love (Remix)

Posted 7 years ago
Tags: Cassie
Featuring:
Producer:
Mario Winans
Album:
Untitled Sophomore Album

When he released Cassie‘s Must Be Love this past March, Diddy immediately declared it a “Bad Boy Classic.”  The self-proclaimed “inventor of the remix” clearly knew what he was talking about, as the downtempo, Mario Winans-produced cut has now received its own star-studded overhaul.  After Busta Rhymes brings a little low-volume, What’s It Gonna Be?! / I Know What You Want-style energy, new Bad Boy signee Red Cafe heightens the mood with a smooth second verse.  The remix’s strongest moments, though, come courtesy of Day26, whose smooth vocals will have listeners thinking “112.” Hopefully, the success of this old-school cut will inspire Diddy to take a similar direction with his entire roster’s work, starting with Cassie’s upcoming sophomore album, which still has no title or release date.

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