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After premiering on iHeartRadio, Ronald Isley and Beyoncé have formally shared their remake of “Make Me Say It Once more, Woman (Half 1 & 2).”
First premiering on iHeartRadio earlier this week, Ronald Isley and Beyoncé‘s remake of “Make Me Say It Once more, Woman” is formally on streaming platforms. The unique tune, “Make Me Say It Once more, Woman (Half 1 & 2)” comes from The Isley Brothers’ 1975 album The Warmth Is On, whereas the legendary group’s subsequent album is about to launch subsequent month.
The only additionally marks Bey’s newest since releasing “Break My Soul” from her seventh album Renaissance which launched on July 29. Together with Renaissance reaching #1 on the Billboard 200, “Break My Soul” rose to No. 1 on the Billboard Sizzling 100 this week, changing into the singer’s first number-one solo hit on the chart in 14 years, per Selection.
In a latest Billboard interview, Isley spoke about pairing up with the Renaissance singer final yr for “Make Me Say It Once more, Woman.”
“I’d met and talked to Beyoncé when she was simply getting began with Future’s Youngster. Once we started recording our new album out right here [Los Angeles] final yr, the thought of working with Beyoncé was one of many first issues I considered,” he mentioned. “She labored on this nearly the entire final yr in between recording her personal album, doing her vocals for this whereas she was within the Hamptons.”
Isley’s spouse, Kandy, added that Bey’s mom, Tina Knowles-Lawson was influential in securing the collaboration.
“She has a love for the Isley Brothers and her daughter grew up listening to one of these music. All we will say is that God’s arms was on this complete mission. And the truth that they’re giving us permission to place it out presently is simply overly particular,” she mentioned.