Singer/songwriter Vedo comes from a long list of credible musical accomplishments, including contributions on two of Chris Brown’s LPs (Heartbreak on a Full Moon and Indigo). It’s no surprise his latest release “Yvette” is highly anticipated. In true R&B fashion, the first verse of “Yvette” came from a free-style. VEDO envisioned scenes from the 2001 movie Baby Boy specifically the romance between characters Joseph Summers and Yvette. He knew he wanted to depict that kind of raw yet committed storyline, one of fighting, breaking up, and them making up.
His playful lyrics are supported by references from the film (I put it down, you know how this goes / then when we done she fix them tacos), and the track which features singer Inayah Lamis. She candidly closes the song out as if she was Yvette (Taraji P. Henson). VEDO was searching for a very particular kind of feature: “She had to be ghetto but classy, nasty but sexy. I needed a chick that could cuss me out! But when it’s all said and done, let it be known you ain’t goin’ nowhere.”
“Yvette” is a relatable track that speaks to the body, mind and soul. Be sure to press play below and tap in with the musical styles of Vedo.
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