Originally premiering on Saturday Night Live last year alongside a verse from Kanye West, later appearing on the since-scrapped YANDHI project, Teyana Taylor has shared the long-awaited cut from the two of them, “We Got Love.” The original version featured an eclectic verse from West but has since been scrapped, with Ye manning the production side of things.
Initially pegged to be a part of the “more completed” version of her 2018 project K.T.S.E — which was eventually cancelled — the track sees a samples from The Younghearts’ “We’ve Got Love (Yo Better Believe It),” meeting a jolty hip-hop backdrop that allows for the songstress to hone in on her R&B trajectory. The song has been purportedly apart of her forthcoming album, which has been delayed since recently stating it would drop on December 6.
Recently appearing on Elton John’s Beats 1 radio show, Taylor confirmed that the album would arrive before 2020. “Not a might, it’s definitely gonna come out this year. I’m gonna do whatever I have to do to make sure it gets out.” She continued in noting that Kanye would not be producing the project. “This one is a little bit of everybody. I want to kind of explore a little bit more, get a couple more people involved, to really, really bring to life my vision.”
You can stream “We Got Love” below.
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