Justine Skye and Vory Collaborate On "Lost Me"

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September 25, 2017 15:31
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Justine's album is expected to be released soon.


Justine Skye has shared a new collaboration with Vory called "Lost Me." The R&B duet features production from Louis Bell and follows Skye's Jeremih collaboration "Back For More" released in July. The bass-heavy record features plenty of interplay between the two vocalists, as they interject into one another's verses with ad-libs. It's dark textures and rap-influenced rhythms are in-step with some of the rising R&B stars of the moment, calling to mind Bryson Tiller and Tinashe.

In March 2016, Justine announced that she had signed with Roc Nation. Last September, she spoke to W magazine of what she'd like to accomplish as a new signee and an artist in general. "You want to accomplish everything; there’s no limits to what you want to do," she said. You want to do movies, you want to do modeling, you want to be an entrepreneur, you want to enter every aspect of the entertainment business. Who knows, maybe I’ll be a basketball player one day? No, I’m definitely never going to be a basketball player. I have no hand-eye coordination. But I’m definitely focused on my music right now. I mean, it’s the beginning. This is my introduction as a Roc Nation artist. I feel like I’m at home. I have my family and I have a great team, finally, and I’m so excited to see this path take its course."

Last we heard from Justine, her album was "done and OTW," so look out for further updates soon.

In 2015, Justine Skye spoke to HNHH about her Emotionally unavailable EP, hearing "Collide" on the radio for the first time and remixing Fetty Wap's "Trap Queen." You can watch the interview below.


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