Cris Cab - Paradise (On Earth)

Posted 3 years ago
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Ladies, take heed: Cris Cab‘s got a pair of tickets to Paradise (On Earth), and he’s looking for a lucky girl to be his plus-one. The follow-up to Big Sean-assisted lead effort Good Girls, this record sees the Miami singer/songwriter foregoing his usual sunny, guitar-driven style in favor of an airy, synth-pop sound. Producer Malay provides a catchy, intricately-textured blend of keys and leisurely percussion as Cris resolves to build heaven right here and now, rather than waiting for his rewards in the hereafter. Feeling it? While RISE isn’t scheduled to drop till October 9, you could hardly ask for a better appetizer than live LP Live… In the Moment, available for streaming and download right here in the Booth.

Update Click “Watch Video” above or scroll down to view Cab’s BRTHR-directed Paradise (On Earth) visual.

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