Estelle - Call These Boys

Posted 3 years ago
Tags: Estelle , Club , Hitmaker
Producer:
Keith Harris
Album:
Love and Happiness Vol. 1: Love Jones

On the latest song release off Estelle‘s forthcoming project, the UK songstress implores someone to “Call These Boys,” but I fully expect the boys to do most of the calling. I mean, what guy wouldn’t jump at the chance to date a famous singer who’s collaborated with the likes of Kanye West and Nas? While she played second fiddle to Raekwon on last month’s All About You, she takes center stage on Call These Boys. Here, Estelle displays an extensive arsenal of styles, from catchy pop vocals to a borderline-rapped delivery, atop an equally diverse synth beat by Keith Harris. Love and Happiness Vol. 1: Love Jones has yet to receive a spot on the release calendar but, as always, we’ll keep you supplied with the latest on the highly-anticipated project.

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