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Exclusive Download: Speech Debelle's Feel-Good Track 'I’m With It'

Get the first single from her second album, 'Freedom of Speech'

January 19, 2012 11:00 AM ET
Speech Debelle, 'I’m With It'
Speech Debelle, 'I’m With It'
Phil Sharp

Click to listen to Speech Debelle's 'I'm With It'

To follow up 2009's Mercury Prize winning Speech Therapy, London-based rapper Speech Debelle will release Freedom of Speech on February 21st. The album's lead single is the love song "I'm With It," which is a change of pace for Speech Debelle as it's a love song with gentle pop sounds that still stays true to her powerful hip-hop style. "'I'm With It' is about desire and how good it feels to want someone," she says. "It can be so electrifying when you meet someone and have that great spark. It's a feel good song."

You can download Speech Debelle's latest single, "I'm With It," for free here.

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