Cece Segarra ft. Gucci Mane - Go Your Own Way

Posted 6 years ago
Tags: Segarra , Club
Featuring:
Producer:
HeavyWeights
Album:
Outerspace

Cece Segarra‘s already been dubbed “the Princess of Miami” (by DJ Khaled, no less) but it seems that the up-and-coming singer’s get her eye on something much bigger. That’s right: she’s looking to conquer Outerspace. It goes without saying that a future Queen of the Universe should settle for nothing less than total devotion on the relationship front; thus, new single Go Your Own Way finds the Weight Records signee nonchalantly cutting loose a fella who’s been pursuing another woman on the side. Surprisingly, the guy in question – played here by Gucci Mane – seems no more perturbed about the situation than the headliner. Over Heavyweights’ club/radio-ready piano-synth backdrop, the currently-incarcerated Radric Davis explains “I thought I would be sad about it but I’m really not / I got another chick to chill with and she’s really hot.” Fair enough, I guess. If this amiable breakup record leaves you hungry for more of Cece’s stellar pop stylings, you’ll be able to find what you crave on her freshman album when it hits stores this spring. In the meantime, you know the drill – keep it locked for all the latest.

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