Kev Miles ft. Nemesis - Stalker

Posted 7 years ago
Tags: Kev Miles , Club
Producer:
Kev Miles
Album:
My Side of the Story

While R&B/techno artist Kev Miles was going about his regular business, he noticed that someone was watching his every move. Fortunately for Kevin, the Stalker turned out to be a lovely woman.  So, rather than call 911, the singer decided to call his stalker and make a move. NYC rapper Nemesis is dealing with a similar situation, but before he makes the first move, he’d like to be sure that she’d be game even if he wasn’t a successful underground MC. (Our guess is “yes”.)  Either way, Kev and Nemesis’ collaboration (both on the vocals and the beat) will be sure to attract plenty of fans (especially those Stalker-type groupies) to the dance floor when club DJs rotate this record in their set.

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