Charlie Wilson - I Still Have You

Posted about 3 years ago
Producer:
GregPagani and LanceTolbert
Album:
Best Man Holiday Soundtrack

I consider myself a movie buff, but even I have yet to see a trailer for the upcoming film Best Man Holiday. It is possible, however, that the movie studio didn’t budget for a strong preview because of the smooth stylings of the legendary Charlie Wilson. I Still Have You, which will be found on the movie’s official soundtrack, is soulful, vibrant, and oozes an intoxicating, feel-good vibe. Co-producers GregPagani and LanceTolbert create a simple yet effective production that compliments Charlie’s classical tone, but it is his powerful vocals that really drive the tune. If you’d like to hear more from Wilson (aside from his guest work on Kanye’s current single, Bound 2), backtrack to 2012, when we featured his last single, My Love Is All I Have.

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