Babyface & Queen Naija Share “Game Over,” The New Single From ‘Girls Night Out’

*The Following Press Release Was Issued By Capitol Music Group*


Out October 21 On Capitol Records, Album Also Includes Babyface’s Collaborations With Ella Mai, Kehlani, Ari Lennox, Doechii And Others
LISTEN TO “GAME OVER” (feat. Queen Naija) HERE

“[Babyface] knows a thing or two about the female voice…‘Girls Night Out’ harks back to the ‘Waiting to Exhale’ soundtrack…” – The New York Times, Fall Music Preview

Babyface and Queen Naija team up on the new single “Game Over.” Atop a steady, driving beat, Queen processes the truth about a sweet-talking man, but finds it hard to leave him. Babyface cuts to the heart of the situation, encouraging her to trust her intuition. Listen to “Game Over” HERE. The track is from Babyface’s new project, Girls Night Out, which will be released on October 21 by Capitol Records. Babyface revealed the album’s cover art alongside the full track listing, which includes collaborations with some of today’s brightest female R&B stars, including Ari Lennox; Kehlani; Ella Mai; Coco Jones; Tiana Major9; Tink; Baby Tate; Muni Long; Amaarae; Seyvn Streets & TKay Maidza and Doechii. The songs tap into a range of subject matter as each collaborator shares stories from her personal point of view and experiences. See below for track listing.

Babyface turned to acclaimed, self-taught modern artist Ricky (“Rico”) Heeraman to design the album’s vibrant, evocative cover. Heeraman, who found inspiration in the urban graffiti art that surrounded him as a child growing up in the Bronx, uses geometry to separate each unique story in his mixed media pieces, which explore the complexities of human interactions and cultural mythology.The pre-order for Girls Night Out is now underway HERE. Fans who pre-order the digital edition will instantly receive “Game Over” plus his collaborations with Kehlani (“Seamless”) and Ella Mai (“Keeps On Fallin’”).

“[Babyface] knows a thing or two about the female voice,” said The New York Times in the Fall Music Preview.“‘Girls Night Out’ harks back to the ‘Waiting to Exhale’ soundtrack from 1995, where he assembled an all-star cast…This time around, he shows how sharp he still is as a producer, talent spotter and sometime vocalist, teaming up with an impressive selection of R&B up-and-comers, including the ‘Boo’d Up’ singer Ella Mai on ‘Keeps on Fallin’,’ a dance-floor-ready ode to enduring love; and Ari Lennox on ‘Liquor,’ which equates romantic intoxication with the other kind.”

Track Listing – Girls Night Out

1.     Intro (with Angie Martinez and Lala Anthony)
2.     Liquor (with Ari Lennox)
3.     Seamless (with Kehlani)
4.     Keeps On Fallin’ (with Ella Mai)
5.     Game Over (with Queen Naija)
6.     Simple (with Coco Jones)
7.     Say Less (with Tiana Major9)
8.     Whatever (with Tink)
9.     Don’t Even Think About It (with Baby Tate)
10.  The Recipe (with Muni Long)
11.  One Good Thing (with Amaarae)
12.  G Wagon (with Sevyn Streeter and Tkay Maidza)
13.  Girls Night Out (with Doechii) 

About Babyface:

Kenny “Babyface” Edmonds is one of the most celebrated creative forces in music. He has contributed to over 800 million records sold and over a billion records streams. Babyface has produced and written 125 Top 10 hits, 42 No. 1 R&B hits and 16 No. 1 pop hits. As a recording artist, songwriter and producer, he has won a total of 12 GRAMMY®Awards and ranks as the only individual in GRAMMY history to be honored as “Producer of the Year” four times. He has also won five Soul Train Awards, five NAACP Image Awards, four American Music Awards and numerous other honors. In addition, Babyface produced and co-wrote the Oscar-winning song “When You Believe,” sung by Whitney Houston and Mariah Carey and co-founded the legendary record label LaFace.
Babyface & Queen Naija

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