Kevin Rudolf ft. Flo Rida - You Make the Rain Fall

Posted 6 years ago
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Producer:
Kevin Rudolf & Dr. Luke
Album:
To the Sky

For years, science has taught that precipitation occurs due to the condensation of water vapor in the atmosphere which, after falling out of solution, is pulled to the Earth’s surface by force of gravity. Well, turns out meteorologists have been dead wrong all this time; on new single You Make the Rain Fall, Cash Money‘s resident rocker, Kevin Rudolf, reveals that it’s actually due to the excessive beauty of a certain female – who’d have guessed? Over his and co-producer Dr. Luke‘s hard-hitting, metallic guitar/synth boardwork, Rudolf describes the painfully attractive femme fatale who stole his heart before he even learned her name. Club-hop phenom Flo Rida handles guest duties, busting out some of the triplet-heavy flows he used in Right Round (which, like this cut, is in 12/8 time – crazy, right?). Like what you’re hearing? You can find plenty more where this came from on Rudolf’s latest full-length, To the Sky, released on the June 15 and available now in stores and online.

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