When Method Man and Mary J. Blige joined forces to put their spin on Marvin Gaye and Tammi Terrell’s 1968 track “You’re All I Need To Get By,” an instant Hip-Hop classic was born; quickly climbing the charts following the release of the Wu-Tang legends 1994 debut album, Tical.
Now rising singer Kris Kelli has tapped Miami’s own Rick Ross to put their own spin on the hit, delivering a MMG Digital release of the track, which has already began heating up the charts. Sitting down for an exclusive interview Ross explained,
What made it so dope, it’s popping off at radio. I know for me, just feeling her, just that reggae that vibe to it that sexy appeal to it.” He added, “It just feels good to focus on something real big. MMG Digital, it’s going to be something new we’re introducing to the world.
Making a name for herself by effortlessly blending rhymes with an island vibe, Kelli has hit the ground running. “Jamaica get ready. We’re taking it to the world. It’s a blessing,” she said.