Elle Varner ft. A$AP Ferg - Don’t Wanna Dance

Posted one year ago
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4 Letter Word

Update: We have added the A.V.-directed visuals for Elle’s Don’t Wanna Dance single.

We all have those evenings when we Don’t really Wanna Dance, but the right song can inspire rhythmic movement in even the most tired body. For example, I defy you to listen to Elle Varner‘s lush new single without at least tapping a toe or nodding along. Though Varner’s verses find her languishing at a party while wishing she were at home with her man, the effervescent sample work of Pop & Oak (the former of whom recently dropped by for an exclusive Behind the Boards interview) ensures that listeners won’t share her boredom and frustration. An engaging guest 16 from Harlem’s own A$AP Ferg caps off the cut. 4 Letter Word, Varner’s sophomore set, is slated to drop later this year via RCA Records. In the meantime, of course, fans can watch our pages for more fresh singles.

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