It had seemed like one of Nervo’s most highly anticipated tracks had fell by the wasteside, but the Omarion-assisted single, “Army,” has been resurrected with help from Sultan and Ned Shepard. Omarion takes the lead, lacing his vocal throughout the track atop subtle synths from the Canadian duo and chord progression belonging to the Aussie twins. It’s been at least a year in the making and has been through a series of facelifts, but “Army” will finally be released on February 5th.
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