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  • Muzik First


British soul singer and songwriter Emeli Sandé has called in some high-energy DJs, producers and spitters to help her reimagine two of her recent singles, "Look What You've Done" and "Family," for a four-track "Remixes" EP. General Levy opens the EP on "Look What You've Done," which initially featured Jaykae and was produced by Sandé herself, charging over Selecta J-Man's production with his punchy lyrics spilling from him like a waterfall. Ngosa then offers a club-ready take on "Family," a second version of which is shaken up by Rimzee, who delivers a top-quality round of bars, once again proving his light-footed versatility. Lastly, HiFi Sean shares his electronic interpretation of "Family," bringing the vibrant EP to a close. Sandé says of the track, "Family" marks a new beginning on many levels for me. It’s an ode to resilience, rebirth, and renewal! It was created last year in my home studio, a time and place in which I felt more creative freedom than ever before. I hope that it uplifts and empowers each listener!" Overall, ‘Family’ is a one-of-a-kind type of release. It’s passionate, and it’s a testament to Sandé’s willingness to try something different. “Family” and “Look What You’ve Done” were shared earlier this year as the first offerings from Sandé’s forthcoming fourth studio album, which will be her first since 2019’s "Real Life." The singer has described this new era of her musicianship as “an ode to resilience, rebirth, and renewal.”

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