Love Blu? You’ll Like Choosey & Exile A Lot, Especially Fly Me To The Moon (Video)

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As AFH pointed out in discussing Dag Savage, Exile is exceptional at developing introspective artists into fan favorites. With successes with Blu, Fashawn, Aloe Blacc, and now Johaz, the Echo Park-based DJ/producer turns his focus to Choosey, who appeared on E&J.

“Fly Me To The Moon” takes the vocal Jazz standard and uses it as a repetitive focal point in an introspective set of verses about everyday living, interior monologue, and never giving up.

This is from October 14’s Left Field, on Exile’s Dirty Science imprint.

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