Soul rocker Kameron Corvet’s latest single, “Bad for Me,” keeps it realer than real about that moment when you know it’s about high time to dead a relationship because it’s gone completely sour, but the physical intimacy is so bomb that you keep putting it off until the 21st of Neveruary.
Corvet (pronounced the French way: “kor-vay”) has been slinging sexy, catchy, guitar-anchored R&B on his indie music grind for a good minute now, dropping his buzz-worthy and provocatively titled release F_ck, Love in 2012 and troubadouring his way around small club engagements with his ax and building a much-deserved buzz for his music.
The visual for “Bad for Me” gets right to the point—when you have the ingredients of a plush, panoramic-view penthouse, a stocked bar of JD and Hennessy and a call from Nikki Bad Idea? No one, not even Kameron, is safe on the cusp of another polar vortex and extreme cuffing season. Slide underneath a toasty comforter with a snifter of spirits and Corvet’s new one and let the power of nature and body heat take over.—Sun Singleton
Sun Singleton is a musician/editor/journalist based in New York City whose work has been featured in a variety of publications, including Vibe, Mass Appeal, Complex.com, EBONY.com, Bronx Biannual, YOYO/SO4 and BET Digital. Feel free to connect with her on Twitter at @sunsing.
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