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Andra Day Debuts Spike Lee Directed Doo-Wop Single
Buzzing vintage-soul singer Andra Day reveals the first single Forever Mine from her debut album Cheers to the Fallout this fall via Buskin and Warner Bros. Records. Forever Mine is an ambling, doo-wop and Flamingos-inspired “love song to God” that doubles as the perfect slow drag across a dance floor while showcasing her distinct and timeless brassy vocals.
“Finding that love and level of peace was different from anything I’d experienced,” she says. In the next few weeks, Day will reveal the video shot by Spike Lee after being wooed by her Sundance set at the What Happened Miss Simone? concert for the upcoming Netflix documentary. Fans will have a taste of her timeless vocals with approaching appearances at the BET Awards, Cannes and ESSENCE Festival.