New Music: Eve – ‘Me N My (Up in the Club)’

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It’s hard to believe it’s been seven years since Eve released her last album, 2002′s Eve-Olution. Now E-V-E strays outside of her lane with “Me N My (Up in the Club),” a headache-inducing production from Salaam Remi and Benga da Afro Warrior, from her fourth album Flirt.

Swizz Beatz, we need an intervention.

Eve – “Me N My (Up in the Club)”



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18 Comments

  1. kyladreamsmusic

    Glad to see her back :)

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  2. eVE4eva

    I love eve but WTF???? A different direction,but it sounds like sumin MIA wud get on…still excited bout the album tho

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  3. BP86

    I severely hate this song. MY guess is that this will definitely NOT be released as a single. Just a buzz track to get people talking about her…unfortunately, the buzz will be negative.

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  4. Kyle

    I’m kinda feeling it. It’s different, but I’m just glad to hear something new from Eve. It’s been too damn long!

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  5. thedevil

    I mean it’s different yeah, so therefore big ups for trying something new, but it’s nothing I would listen to again. simply cause it ain’t catchy enough.

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  6. Wait.... Question?

    7 years? I thought she released a CD back a while ago (idk how long ago, a year or 2 years ago). The lead single was “Tamborine” with production by Swiss Beat (whatever his name is). That’s my question. And the song idk, no comment.

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  7. ericthered

    I like it kinda, it’s different. I think her flow is a bit off, I think it could work but she should add Missy to the track, thats beat only Missy could do justice.

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  8. djrr

    @ Wait

    Tamborine was released as a single, but the album was continually pushed back

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  9. ericthered

    So after listening to the song in full, I must retract my earlier comment. It’s very different, but her delivery is soooo uninspired. Give this beat to Missy, but you EVE, stay as far away from it as possible. I could be wrong perhaps its a reference track, and if not at least we have Kid Sister!

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  10. UserQQQQ

    oh it’s VERY easy to believe it’s been seven years. I haven’t heard from Eve in for-ev-er. Traditionally I wasn’t a big fan but during her hiatus I picked up some of her stuff and it grew on me. 7 years huh.. well I’ll believe this album when it comes out, and for the record I do hope it comes out.

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  11. Throwback78

    I absolutely love it!!!!!
    Its hip hop on some Lady GaGa ishhhh!
    Definitly a video is needed. She will get love regardless for the track.

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  12. Loveher

    I love this joint! It’s def a club banger.

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  13. bass_man

    ew.

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  14. nice

    I’m feelin this alot. This is a good look 4 her, she’s jumping ahead of the pack wit this.

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  15. Iuri

    When I first listened I thought “Oh it’s differente but it’s only cool”
    Now I’m feeling it a lot, it’s really great, a club banger.

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  16. UK

    This is Dubstep… it evolved in South London from UK Garage and Dancehall. Caribbean roots…

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  17. steve

    love this tune has a big dubstep vibe deffo going to get this 1 on vinyl can’t wait 4 it to come out one of the freshest things i’ve heard out of the US in ages. Dubstep is the way forward!

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  18. KWEST COAST

    MAN!! DO YOU GUYS KNOW ANYTHING ABOUT DUBSTEP??!?! ALL THEY DID WAS PASTE HER VOCALS ON A TRACK THAT WAS RELEASED BY BENGA QUITE A WHILE BACK! THE ONLY THING NEW IS HER VOCALS WHICH ARE JUST GENERIC REPETATIVE AND DEVOID OF ANY INSPARATION. THATS LIKE ME TAKING A TRACK FROM 2007-08, BY SKREAM, 6BLOCC, OR ANY OTHER DUBSTEP PRODUCER FOR THAT MATTER, PEPPERING IT WITH SOME VOCALS AND RE-RELEASING IT AS IF IT WAS THIS BRANDSPANKING NEW CONCEPT THAT I CAME UP WITH AND YOU SHOULD BOW DOWN AND LOVE IT BECAUSE I’M JUST SO CREATIVE. DONT GET ME WRONG HERE, TRUST ME I LIKE EVE, I REALLY DO, BUT HER OR ANY OTHER TOP 40 POP RAPPER OUT THERE IS GONNA BE THE DEATH OF DUBSTEP BECAUSE ITS NOT POP! ITS STREET AND A WELL RESPECTED UNDERGROUND NICHE, TUNES LIKE THIS ARE JUST GONNA PULL THE RUG OF CREDIBILITY THAT ITS STANDS ON RIGHT FROM UNDER IT AND MAKE IT A FIAT FASHION STATEMENT FOR THE MASSES WANTING TO CLING TO SOMETHING THEY DONT FULLY UNDERSTAND*

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