Garage-inspired track ‘Look what you’ve done’ featuring Birmingham rapper Jaykae is the latest from Emeli Sandé, and it marks a new chapter for the artist. It follows previous single ‘Family’, which was the first new music from the singer-songwriter in two years. Recent collaborations have been with UK rap and grime giants including Bugzy Malone’s ‘Welcome to the Hood’ and Ghett’s ‘Sonya’, featured on his Mercury Prize-nominated record ‘Conflict of Interest’; in the past Sandé has teamed up with Kendrick Lamar, Giggs, Loski, Wretch 32, Wiley, Jools Holland, Nile Rodgers and many more.
Sandé explains; “‘Look what you’ve done’ marks a big milestone for me. It’s my first release that I have produced and it feels so good to have my full creative fingerprint on it. I first wrote this song in Switzerland, sat at my piano staring out at a gorgeous lake surrounded by beautiful snow tipped mountains.
“The song is about the complete surrender we experience when falling in love and explores the euphoria which accompanies that loss of control in both mind and body. It’s been a true pleasure working with Jaykae and I’m so happy he jumped on the track! His flow, word play and delivery are phenomenal, he’s added something so very special! I hope it makes people fall in love, dream and of course dance!”
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The music video for ‘Look what you’ve done’ is released in loving memory of Director Luke Biggins, a Father, Mentor and Visionary who sadly passed away after it was filmed.