It's the first single from the Queens, New York native Lea Q. Sunshine, who found her way back onto the scene via a slot as the first lady of 50 Cent's non-rap imprint G-Note Records.
Alongside party starting rapper Hot Rod and crooning soul journeyman Governor, the Latin beauty is looking to showcase her Mariah Carey-influenced vocals over pop-friendly vibes. We think she can touch the sky. The album is entitled "November Sky (11/11/11)."
For more information, visit http://www.tracks.by/BeyondLea.
Lea Q. Sunshine: Queens Girl On The Rise With 'November Sky'
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