Thursday, April 17, 2008

Kiley Dean backs Flo Rida's "Elevator"

I had heard the rumor quite some time ago but didn't think it was true. Well based on her myspace it looks like it is indeed a fact: none other than Kiley Dean is singing background on Flo Rida's "Elevator."

Does this mean Kiley really will be working with Timbo again? It's definitely a good start.

13 comments :

  1. I hope so!

    bcuz her work with tim is some of my favourites!

    She has an amazing voice and super sexy!

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  2. I still bump "Simple Girl", "Keep It Movin'" and "Confused" (I know it's Robert Smith) heavily even today. I would really like to see The Clutch work with Kiley too, my girl Candice wrote most of the "Simple Girl" album and channels herself really well through Kiley so I hope they get to work together again.

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  3. I always wondered who did the background vox on the chorus, its half of why its so good

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  4. Simple Girl is pure perfection. To this day I can listen to every track from start to beginning without skipping a single track.

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  5. This news made me smile.
    Schmenk-

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  6. Agree w/ all of the above

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  7. Now I have to listen to it again... aight I hear it now

    speaking of Simple Girl, anyone know who produced "Should I?"

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  8. u always pretend like u knew it before or heard a rumour but wasnt sure. u just check bluri etc. and there u go! dont act like u know everything!

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  9. Look at the time it was posted on Bluri and look at the time it was posted here. A good 3 hours before. Now shut the fuck up and go to that bitch's Bluri site.

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  10. High five bgmac2098!

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  11. Yes, that is Kiley. She was asked to do it (by Tim) on a visit to his studio in January. She will be working with him again once she finishes touring with Madonna's Sticky and Sweet Tour. She's replacing Donna Delory Madonna's longtime back-up singer.

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