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Efi Cruise Passionately Serenades His Love Interest on ‘I Know’

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Efi Cruise shares the delicate new single “I Know”, a melodic love song that features soothing piano keys and layered harmonies over a laidback drum groove. The song sweeps you off of your feet and into the tender embrace of Efi’s chilled vocals.

With enchanting vocals and calming saxophone sounds, “I Know” extends Efi Cruise’s reputation as an artiste who produces the best Southern Afro-Jazz, a genre concocted by the self-acclaimed ‘Bayside Boy’. It is his own distinct blend of Jazz, Afrobeats, Highlife, Hip-Hop, and Funk. He acknowledges that the process of finding the music is one he is willing to ride till the wheels fall off!

On ‘I Know’, Efi cruises on the Gbeduboss produced instrumental with such remarkable fluidity telling listeners about he can’t get enough of his love interest whiles assuring and reassuring her of the love he has for her. Efi’s whole aesthetic of scat-singing is nailed in every element of the song. Scat-singing is a style common among Jazz and sometimes Bebop musicians. In laying his vocals he floats on the bar effortlessly, like he was unserious about the subject matter…yet with all amount of stamina and flexibility, he delivers his performances to the full benefit of his audience.

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