Cee Lo’s “Forget You,” 1930s Style ft. LaVance Colley
Ever since “Forget You” hit the airwaves, I had wanted to record a vintage remake of the Cee Lo hit. Now, I’ve finally made it happen – starring the incredible LaVance Colley (from our “Halo” cover), no less. Watch & enjoy:
You’ve already heard LaVance’s insane vocal ability on “Halo” and “Focus.” If you’ve caught him on #PMJtour, you certainly know about his onstage charisma, as well. This video showcases all that, as well as his sense of humor. It’s impossible to watch a video featuring LaVance and not get a sense of the joy he brings as a performer – simply a rare talent.
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Have a great week!
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