The track holds tight to the nostalgic favoring of the ’70s disco and funk era, ingrained in lazing and wobbly live instrumentation. The song’s subject is a man pleading to be in a romantic space of a woman who wants to explore her options.
When asked about the new song, Desduné tells Rated R&B is only gunning to make icon Prince proud. “I don’t care about the money. I just wanna make the next Purple Rain, this was a good first stab at it.”
“Work It Out” is the first release from Desduné’s forthcoming project, Clementine, due on Buttercreem Records later this year.
Stream Desdune´’s debut single, “Work It Out,” below.