The DEY - I Need You

Posted 8 years ago
Tags: The DEY , Club
Producer:
The Jam
Album:
The DEY Has Come

Following the release of their iTunes-exclusive EP this past November, in addition to collaborations with Paula DeAnda and Sean Kingston along the way, The DEY is finally ready to release their long-awaited debut this summer.  On the album’s new lead single, I Need You, singer Élan Rivera is performing a show at a Brooklyn nightspot, when she is greeted by a fan she ends up falling in love with.  Having gone through similar situations, MCs Divine and Yeyo come to Élan’s aid and quickly make mention of all the females who have captivated them.  With a great storyline and radio-ready production, expect I Need You to become a summer anthem.  The DEY Has Come is currently set for release off Epic Records, July 26.

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