Beyoncé has teamed with The Isley Brothers for a brand new rendition of their 1975 tune “Make Me Say It Once more, Woman,” which may even be the identify of the latter group’s upcoming album due subsequent month on the RI Prime Ten label.
The replace is a duet between Beyoncé and the 81-year-old Ronald Isley; Beyoncé recorded her vocals remotely within the Hamptons final 12 months, whereas Isley tracked his in Los Angeles, in accordance with Billboard.
Group member Ernie Isley instructed the publication that the tune initially took form of their mom’s basement. “I picked up my six-string guitar and began taking part in then singing the phrases, ‘Make me say it once more.’ And Ronald’s like, ‘Oh my God, the place did that come from?’ Then I sang, ‘I imagine you’re a rainbow’ and Ronald’s screaming, ‘That’s it … Right here’s what I’m making an attempt to say!’ When it got here time for us to report ‘Make Me’ then, it was flawless. Now this duet is an entire redefinition of the tune that many individuals shall be listening to for the very first time. And this new model is the mountaintop.”
“Make Me Say It Once more, Woman” comes shortly on the heels of Beyoncé’s new album, Renaissance, and a number of remixes of the tune “Break My Soul.”