Stori ft. A Layne - Top Down

Posted about 3 years ago
Producer:
Goonie Tunes

The mercury may be falling, but there’s still time for a little Top Down cruising before fall officially sets in. If you’re looking to maintain that breezy late-summer vibe as we transition into autumn, may I recommend a listen to the latest single from Motown-signed buzzmaker Stori? Perfect to spin during a leisurely drive in your drop-top (or under headphones, while fantasizing about owning a convertible), this promotional single finds the artist switching fluidly between rapped and sung bars as she enjoys the warm weather and touts her sophisticated style. Joining the headliner over an uncredited producer’s impeccably smooth boardwork, A Layne provides some understated hook and backing vocals. Top Down isn’t part of a larger project, but we’ll keep you posted on Stori’s plans as further details emerge.

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