Omen ft. Elle Varner & Karina Pasian - Luv Me Tomorrow

Posted 4 years ago
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Producer:
Omen & Audio BLK for Elaborate Musik Orchestra
Album:
Black Hero Theme Musik

Absent from the Booth since bringing us November 2011’s reader-acclaimed I Made You, buzzmaking beatsmith Omen returns to our pages with Luv Me Tomorrow. Here, the headliner flips a sample from Smokey Robinson’s rendition of Will You Still Love Me Tomorrow (also the backbone of Kanye‘s Devil in a New Dress) as singers Elle Varner and Karina Pasian urge an indecisive man to show that he cares before it’s too late. Apple Juice Kid assists on the percussion tip, The Force contribute backing vocals and Amanda “Diva” Seales provides a spoken-word intro. For more, check out Black Hero Theme Muzik, available now for free streaming and download in the Booth.

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