Back in December, Alicia Keys dropped off her most recent collection of work KEYS, a two-section idea that blends between “Firsts” tunes and “Opened” melodies. Today (July 14), she chose to divulge a new visual from KEYS for the Carter Lang, BJ Burton, and Mike WiLL Made-It champion “Come For Me (Unlocked).” The deep contribution is basically revolved around the specialists’ desire to be pursued from a relationship outlook:
The new tracks incorporate “Trillions” including Brett Faiyaz — Keys likewise shows up on “Ghetto Gatsby” on Faiyaz’ new collection — and “Remain” with Lucky Daye, who recently highlighted on Keys’ “Come for Me” close by Khalid. Keys II likewise incorporates a couple of remixes committed to the non-collection hit “In Common.”
Notwithstanding the computerized arrival of Keys II, the first Keys LP will be gone ahead vinyl interestingly.
To praise the approaching appearance of the exclusive release, the artist additionally dropped the new video for the previously mentioned “Opened” champion “Come for Me”:
Furthermore, this new extended take of the venture will highlight two remixes of the warbler’s hit and TGJ favorite ‘In Common.’ Prior to now, neither one of the forms has been on a collection of work from Keys.
Couple with the declaration, the respected artist lyricist opened up the ‘Come For Me’ visual.
Look at it underneath, where the tracklist for ‘KEYS II’ likewise is standing by…