afropunk premiere: ‘wasn’t love cafe’ – the soulful new release from brooklyn based singer tangina stone
By Sound Check
August 13, 2015
Today we’re premiering the new single from Brooklyn-based singer songwriter Tangina Stone – ‘Wasn’t Love Cafe“. The mellow track is her first release on label Feel Up Records (owned by Jillionaire of Major Lazer) and is produced by her long time friend and collaborator Ted Birdie. Regarding the song, Stone tells us: “Love can be bittersweet. Sometimes we don’t know that until after we pull cupids arrow out of our backs. In the case of “Wasn’t Love Cafe”, I was inspired by those who have been in volatile, unhealthy relationships, and as a result now have a full understanding of what love is like when two people really love each other. Love should always be done wholeheartedly.” Listen below.
By Alexander Aplerku, AFROPUNK Contributor
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