Killed Me featuring McLean is the second single from Ironik's new self-titled album. Released on 13 March 2011 through BPM Entertainment Killed Me sees the London based MC teaming up with rising soul singer McLean.
The track was recorded in New York with producer Jack Daley who's famed for working with the likes of Beyonce, Jay Z and Janet Jackson as well as playing bass with Lenny Kravitz for over 10 years. Speaking about the track, Ironik said: "'Killed Me' is a more musically complex song than tracks I have recorded in the past. I wrote it that way to make you really listen to the lyrics."
Ironik's second album has been 12 months in the making, working between New York, LA and London and promises to give the listener something quite different to his debut.
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