Skylar Grey ft. Big Sean & Travis Barker - Back From the Dead

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With the three-month anniversary of her sophomore set’s release fast approaching, KIDinaKORNER/Interscope pop songstress Skylar Grey returns with another fresh video single off the set. On this mid-tempo, J.R. Rotem and Ross Golem-produced cut, the singer struggles to sort through her feelings after an ex makes a surprise reappearance in her life, asking, “Where do we begin now that you’re Back From the Dead?” Blink-182 alum Travis Barker assists on percussion, and Big Sean contributes a brief closing verse. Released in July, Skylar Grey’s Don’t Look Down LP is available now in stores and online.

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