British R'n'B artist Luke Bingham is set to release his new single 'Gemini' featuring rapper Sway on November 5th 2012 through 3Beat Recordings. It succeeds his last effort 'All I Know' from earlier in the year; a collaboration with Matrix & Futurebound.
The 'Gemini' video reflects the womanising track well, showing Bingham meeting and wooing another girl only moments after leaving his girlfriend at home. Towards the end of the video, the other girl is waiting for him at a bowling alley and his girlfriend happens to show up at the same place with her friends. The video ends with an ominous 'To Be Continued.' when Bingham, unbeknownst, arrives into the awkward situation. Apart from the dubious message, the track is an upbeat dance tune with a catchy chorus and buckets of number one hit potential.
Produced by Davinche who has in the past worked with Wiley, Tinchy Stryder and Kano, 'Gemini' is definitely set to garner at least as much attention as 'All I Know' which was well supported by radio stations such as Radio 1, 1Xtra, Kiss and Capital to name but a few. Needless to say, Mr Bingham is definitely looking at some headline shows after this masterpiece having previously earned support slots with R'n'B artists such as Trey Songz, Tinie Tempah and Ms Dynamite
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