Most Addictive Song (for now) #005 FLAME "Start Over" feat. NF by Kevin Thorson on 2014-03-07 11:29:28
So what's this week's most addictive song? Thanks to FLAME's recently posted music video, it's his song "Start Over" featuring artist NF. I love FLAME's style but I somehow, regrettably, missed this song. Now I've had this tune trapped in my head all week, and I'm not sad about it at all.
FLAME has an uncanny talent to pair up with amazing artists that are not all mainstream names but are very talented. He really should be a judge on The Voice. So who is this NF that shares vocal space on this track? Turns out he's an amazing rapper himself. Sort of a Christian Eminem. I'm sure he's heard that comparison before. If you have time you gotta check out his single "Wake Up" here.
Anyways, listen to and watch my most addictive song for this week below.
What do you think of this song? What song are you addicted to right now?
Comment below and let me know!
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