As the September 24th release date of The Foreign Exchange's forthcoming Love In Flying Colors LP draws nearer, Phonte and Nicolay deliver two teaser clips that showcase the amazing music they've relased since their 2004 debut and share them from both a male and female perspective. As it should be, ladies first. Fellas, see below..

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  • ConnectedOverAll

    phonte needs to rap again on these records...the first album was amazing, but somehow these two thought that leaving out the rap parts would not be missed - imo they thought wrong!

  • BP

    +1. The first FE album was classic, with the perfect mix of rap and R&B, but since then they lost the magic. Phonte can sing, but he's not a good singer... just rap, mu'f*cka!

  • NewarkNupe

    Connected and BP, I hear ya about the rapping, but I'll play "Phonte's advocate" and say if you wanna hear rapping, listen to Charity Starts At Home" and whatever his follow-UPS are to that solo release. This FE thing is cool because its a progression, an evolution in soul music... so let the dudes progress and evolve! Connected was def straight classic, no doubt. But my fave release so far has been LIAB, probably because it was such a smooth departure from everything else you hear these days. Authenticity was my least fave but I when I go back and listen to it, it grows on me. Can't wait to what LIFC sounds like!

  • C

    I agree with all the above. i want Te to rap more but id do enjoy the progression in FE's music. Connected was a CLASSIC, LIAB was DOPE, Authenticity was COOL, had some nice songs on it. Looking forward to making this next album the soundtrack to fall

  • kd

    Phonte already addressed him rapping on "Tiggallo for dolo" if im not mistaken. But any, I like what hes done so far with these releases honestly. LIAB is a favorite of mine, plus i believe he got a Grammy nom off that album

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