Keke Palmer - Enemiez (Remix) Feat. Rich Homie Quan & Jeremih [New Song]

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Keke Palmer calls upon Rich Homie Quan to remix her new "Enemies" single with Jeremih.

Keke Palmer's new track with Jeremih, "Enemiez," is shaping up to be her biggest hit ever. After dropping both the single and the video last month, Palmer has unveiled the new "rhythm" remix to "Enemiez," featuring Rich Homie Quan. Palmer happened to be the female love interest in the new video -- released at the end of last month -- to Quan's London on da Track-produced single "The Most." Perhaps there's something going between these two -- what's for sure is that they make great music together. 

Quan lays down a verse at the beginning and the end of the song, and his rather cooled-down flow is well-suited to the slow and sultry production. Palmer dishes out much of the lust on "Enemiez," leaving it up to Quan to reflect on the sex-driven relationship in a surprisingly rational way. 

 

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Enemiez (Remix)

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Keke Palmer calls upon Rich Homie Quan to remix her new "Enemies" single with Jeremih.


Keke Palmer's new track with Jeremih, "Enemiez," is shaping up to be her biggest hit ever. After dropping both the single and the video last month, Palmer has unveiled the new "rhythm" remix to "Enemiez," featuring Rich Homie Quan. Palmer happened to be the female love interest in the new video -- released at the end of last month -- to Quan's London on da Track-produced single "The Most." Perhaps there's something going between these two -- what's for sure is that they make great music together. 

Quan lays down a verse at the beginning and the end of the song, and his rather cooled-down flow is well-suited to the slow and sultry production. Palmer dishes out much of the lust on "Enemiez," leaving it up to Quan to reflect on the sex-driven relationship in a surprisingly rational way. 

 

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