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StaJe and Tailor - 'What You Like'

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The brand new visuals from Los Angeles based artists StaJe and Tailor, 'What You Like' is a collaboration of the highest order, as well as the first single from their forthcoming album 'Call Me At Midnight'.

Featuring classic R&B cut by dreamy pop sensibilities that result in an uplifting and ultra-groovy offering, the duo further confides, "We wanted something sensual. Something persuasive. We will do whatever you like, whatever you want and that will be enough for us."

Opening with a fun and catchy instrumental that gives the song a happy and radiant feel, the song is catchy, memorable, and absolutely undeniable, delivering a melody that will have you singing alongfor hours on end. Naturally, with Tailor’s talent, the production is flawless and very fitting for the genre and style of the song, which should be recognised. This is another factor that we cannot wait to see continue with the rest o the ‘Call Me At Midnight’ project.

The way the two talents of StaJe and Tailor come together on the track is truly outsanding, and the new visual work to perfectly heightening the excitement and experience of the track.

An amazing collaborative single from StaJe and Tailor, ‘What You Like’ radiates an infectious feel-good energy in its well-written nature and perfect production. With it being our first glimpse of their debut album together, all eyes will be firmly on the artists to see what they can create next.

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