Maya Azucena | Come With Me

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Come With Me

by Maya Azucena

Vocal feel-good soul/rnb with synth bass driven track.
Genre: Urban/R&B: Neo-Soul
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1. Come With Me (Radio Edit)
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2. Come With Me (Extended)
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3. Come With Me (Instrumental
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Album Notes
“Come With Me” serves as announcement that the new production team TRIGO FARE has arrived.

Comprised of Loslito (multi-instrumentalist and founder of The Rebirth) and Caleb Speir (bassist and writer of American Boy by Estelle), TRIGO FARE is poised to move you with their unique brand of organic soundscaping and deeply infectious beats. Their first offering, “Come With Me” is a dreamy & danceable single co-written and fronted by Brooklyn’s award-winning Maya Azucena (seen on MTV’s Made & TEDxWomen). The song would nestle up nicely with music of The Weeknd or Frank Ocean, exploring the whispier side of Maya’s 4-octave range. It begs you to loosen up and experience the moment. As Maya sings, “Let me show you love you’ve never seen/I got you baby, you should come with me.”

“Come With Me” gives a good indication of what fans can expect from the group in the future: That is, song-driven production with club-friendly, prominent bass-drum focused grooves, and a warm, feel-good ambience.

Trigo Fare promises to churn out fresh new classics, with class. For starters, "Come With Me" will tempt you to enjoy the tune on repeat. “So won’t you give me a chance, to make you feel better than you ever have/and I know you feel it too, cause you told me that you do…”



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