Disclosure ft. Mary J. Blige - F for You

Posted 2 years ago
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Disclosure
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Settle Special Edition

Did Bishop Nehru‘s You Stressin, featured yesterday, leave you hungry for more of Disclosure‘s inimitably chill, yet body-moving production? You’re in luck; today, the UK beat duo returns to our pages with a fresh feature of their own. Originally released in 2013 as single number four off their debut album, the slinky F for You has been reworked to feature the guest vocals of Mary J. Blige. Over Disclosure’s chilly house grooves, the R&B veteran assures a presumptuous man that she’s not about to “play the fool” for him. (Yeah, I thought the “F” stood for something else, too.) Kate Moross directs the official visuals in collaboration with animators Ruff Mercy and Patch Keyes. Fans can find this cut and much more on the Special Edition of Disclosure’s Settle LP, available now in stores and online.

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