Charly Black, Ne-Yo ‘Over Again’

Ne-Yo (left) and Charly Black on single.
Ne-Yo (left) and Charly Black on single.

Dancehall crooner Charly Black taps the songwriting and R&B maven Ne-Yo to enter his reggae world in dropping a sultry new song, “Over Again.”

Black divulges into the subject matter with multiple topics about love, according to Haitian American entertainment promoter, Marie Driven, managing partner of PlaybookMG.

“The deep-thinking subject matter gets perfectly balanced out by the dancehall production,” she said.

“The single has the duo going back and forth about falling in love with a woman,” Driven added. “Despite the challenges a relationship can bring, they are falling in love with their respective woman to the point that they think about their partner all the time.

“The hook has Ne-Yo reiterating the point that everything he thinks or feels about his lady, it’s always in his mind, hence stating, ‘Over and over and over again,’” Driven continued.

Sophisticated but light-hearted, she said Black and Ne-Yo present listeners “a perfect balance of vibrant feelings of joy but with a more profound idea of discussing multiple ideologies of love.”

Driven said Ne-Yo’s smooth swan song style of singing evens out Charly’s catchy and seductive reggae tone.

“I think about us making love over and over and over again!” Ne-Yo said.

Driven said Charly intends to use the single as one of his main tracks for his upcoming untitled album, which currently has no release date.

“An official release is in the works for the video, which more details will be announced soon,” she said.

But, for now, “stream the new single ‘over and over and over again’ on all streaming platforms,” Driven urged.

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