Tangina Stone sets the stage for a welcoming career with her brand new single, "Wasn't Love Cafe," released via Feel Up Records (owned by Jillionaire of Major Lazer). On the sultry and bittersweet offering, the Brooklyn-based singer/songwriter reminisce on why a relationship failed.
"Love should always be done wholeheartedly," says Stone, who penned the Ted Birdie-produced cut.
Tangina is currently in the studio working on the follow-up to 2014's "The Fall" and prepping for her East Coast tour this fall.
Jillionaire adds, "We're really excited to have such a talented singer and songwriter join our team. We all need a soul that rocks and Tangina is it. We are looking forward to developing her sound. "
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