Emerging artist Charlotte Day Wilson has joined forces with the talented Snoh Aalegra to deliver their latest single “Forever.” The touching track delves into the theme of love and time, exploring the idea that even the most enduring connections can falter when individuals grow apart.
Wilson’s verse beautifully encapsulates this sentiment as she sings, “Friends say / I’m the girl that’s / All the time in the world wouldn’t be enough / And I’m being patient to the point that / There’s no promise you can make / To keep a hold of us.“
Aalegra’s response in her verse conveys a sense of uncertainty, singing, “Tell me can I ever believe you? / Tell me? / ‘Cause you change your mind whenever I need you, baby.”
This collaboration marks Wilson’s return after her debut album ALPHA released in 2021. The album featured notable contributions from artists like Babyface, Syd, Daniel Caesar, Meshell Ndegeocello, and BADBADNOTGOOD. Wilson has since taken on the role of a producer on Maeta’s recent project “When I Hear Your Name,” showcasing her versatility.
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Aalegra, known for her soulful sound, has also been making waves with recent releases like “Wait A Little Longer,” “Sweet Tea,” and “Be My Summer.” Her album Temporary Highs in the Violet Skies, which arrived in 2021, demonstrated her musical prowess through collaborations with Tyler, the Creator and James Fauntleroy.
As they combine their unique voices and styles, Wilson and Aalegra’s “Forever” invites listeners to explore the bittersweet nuances of love and the passage of time.
You can listen to Charlotte Day Wilson’s touching new single “Forever,” featuring Snoh Aalegra, and experience the emotional journey they’ve crafted together.