R&B crooner Bobby V has released his cover of The Beatles’ 1969 classic “I Want You,” lifted from their album, Abbey Road.
The cover arrives in two versions, including a seven-minute extended mix, which is runs nearly the same length as The Beatles’ original version.
Bobby V’s cover will appear on the forthcoming Beatles Soul EP, which drops on December 3, via Oro-Music/Empire. The project will also include Raheem DeVaughn’s previously shared remake of the band’s 1970 hit “Let It Be.”
In February, Bobby V released a new tune titled “Reply.” The self-produced track is the lead-off from his upcoming project, Appetizer.
Although there isn’t a release date set for Appetizer just yet, it should hold over fans until he’s ready to release his next album, Sunday Dinner. “It’s an amazing R&B album,” Bobby V told Rated R&B in an interview. “Real music and live instrumentation — just continuing the legacy of R&B and giving that real music.”
Listen to Bobby V’s cover of The Beatles’ “I Want You (She’s So Heavy)” below.