Move on (feat. Lorry)

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After any long-term relationship I'm two things; a) Emotionally unavailable b) Trying to be single. That’s all well and good, but the ladies I end up ‘sharing an experience’ with aren’t always on the same page. I’m sure everyone's been in a situation where love doesn’t go both ways. This is me being honest about where I’m at. Lorry is one of my many spirit guides. She’s my sister. She keeps me in check. It’s amazing to have her on this album, cause she was one of the many people that showed me everything’s gonna be alright. Your family loves you and goes through the same shit as you. I gotta thank her deeply for that. I also got to thank her for laying down some of the most beautiful tones known to man, and for spitting BARS!!!! MY MAN!!!! Love you my hummus infused g. - Remi
 
I’m very lucky to have been able to travel overseas to Europe a few times, and I always try and go record shopping.  Found the sample in this one on a record I would never find out in Oz! Changed the drum pattern and sounds 6-7 times…. until we both dug the double time vibes. Added some raw claps to give it some grit (as you can tell, I'm not really a fan of bright trebly sounds!) Sim Mavin was in the HOB, recording the keys for "For Good", and we had a bit of extra time so I thought I'd throw this beat up for fun, and asked him to just solo and do whatever you want over the whole 4-5 mins.  The piano that you hear is the 2nd take he did, from start to finish, no edits. MFin GENIUS. Also, Loz, we had so much fun recording with you.  Absolutely ridiculous voice, talent, etc etc.  Lets do it again. - Sensible J

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from DIVAS & DEMONS, released September 16, 2016
Written by Remi Kolawole, Justin Smith, Laura Christoforiadis

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