Record maker Travie McCoy welcomes the funk on is new single “Love Me Back To Life.”
Rec center Class Heroes frontman Travie McCoy made his authority solo presentation 10 years prior with the arrival of Lazarus. About 10 years after the fact, and he’s getting ready for the arrival of a fresh out of the plastic new sophomore collection. This late spring, he shared the single, “Spoonful Of Cinnamon,” denoting his first delivery in a couple of years. Today, he shared the second single off of the impending venture named, “Love Me Back To Life.” If “Spoonful” was an impression of the times of Papercut Chronicles, his most recent single unquestionably gets a comparable energy to his introduction collection. The unpretentious funk and heartfelt quality vibrate through the creation while Travie flexes his vocal chops a bit heavier than his bars. In the tune, Travie subtleties the chase for his significant other after wild connections.
“It’s a tune about tracking down your twin fire following quite a while of bombed relationship,” said Travie regarding the single. “You begin to develop increasingly cold and withdrew when you start to figure you might bite the dust alone. I’m a genuine adherent that there is somebody who might be listening for EVERYONE except it consumed a large chunk of the day and bunches of broken hearts to go to that acknowledgment. This tune is intended for my subsequent half.”
A music video for the single dropped today, too, highlighting appearances from Gata and that’s just the beginning.
And now I’m starting to see
There’s some part of me
That found happiness is disaster
Now I could breathe
‘Cause you made me believe
There’s a happily ever after