The D.E.Y. ft. Lumidee & Notch - Where Did She Go

Posted 8 years ago
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Featuring:
Producer:
Bangah
Album:
La Conekta

Three of the bigger up-and-coming names in Latino urban music have teamed up to make music the common man can relate to.  Looking back on their relationships, rappers Divine and Yeyo (of group The D.E.Y.) along with singer Notch wonder where it all went wrong in Where Did She Go.  From the all-too-important female perspective, Lumidee asks the same question with her sixteen bars; how could a man let such a loyal and strong woman go?  The Art of Sound Group‘s Bangah brings a hypnotic, troubled beat to fittingly enhance Where Did She Go‘s emotion, making it a potential favorite among those who have experienced similar relationship problems.  Where Did She Go is a street single from the upcoming compilation album La Conekta (set to be released this winter).

The DEY Notch Lumidee Club

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