Nephu ft. Yung Joc - Dance for Me

Posted 7 years ago
Tags: Nephu , Club

Nephu, an Atlanta-based all-male R&B quartet whose previous features include the Midnight Black-produced I Should Know U and the Q Da Kid-assisted She Got That Fire, are back once again inside our DJBooth.  Though Mack, Gabe, Armand and Shawn operate without major-label backing, the foursome has managed to scoop up Grammy award-winning producer Adonis (see Marques Houston’s Circle) and Bad Boy’s Yung Joc on Dance for Me, a slowly rocking, club-ready record that plays host to the group’s very natural sounding vocal harmonies.  There is currently no release date for the group’s yet-untitled new project, which is set for release under the guidance of indie label Noontime UNLTD.

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