Ella Eyre Shows That You 'Don't Have To Take' Your 'Clothes Off' To Have A Good Time


To celebrate 40 years in the game Virgin (EMI) Records have released Virgin Music: 40 Years of Disruptions, a thre-disc compilation of some of their biggest tracks to date, with a few choice covers thrown in the mix for good measure. The album features contributions from big names such as Corinne Bailey Rae, Soul II Soul, Phil Collins, Neneh Cherry, Massive Attack, Lenny Kravitz and Daft Punk, but they have also called on the talents of one of their recent signees, Ella Eyre. The young Brit gives her interpretation of Jermaine Stewart's 1986 hit "We Don't Have To Take Our Clothes Off" and absolutely slays it in the process, slowing the tempo down considerably and pouring her heart and soul into the lyrics. Whereas the original was a fun and bubbly R&B number typical of the era, Ella's soulful, mid-tempo reading is a complete 180, and showcases the impressive pipes we first heard on Rudimental's "Waiting All Night." The track is available for free via The Vibe Guide's Facebook page.

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