Hear Billy Gibbons and Morris Day Staff Up on ‘Too A lot Lady 4 Me’


ZZ High frontman Billy Gibbons has collaborated with the Time‘s Morris Day on a brand new single referred to as “Too A lot Lady 4 Me.”

You possibly can hear the sharp-dressed duo’s first-ever workforce up beneath.

The sudden duet happened after Day’s supervisor approached Gibbons on the Beverly Hills Resort. Gibbons rapidly urged a collaboration, then by coincidence ran into Day at a close-by liquor retailer. “We exchanged pleasantries, and it was in the mean time we made it official that we might work collectively,” Day tells Rolling Stone. “A couple of days later, we have been within the recording studio.”

“Too A lot Lady 4 Me” finds the pair buying and selling vocals over a percolating synth-funk groove punctuated by Gibbons’ distinctive guitar soloing. Additionally they shared tales about Morris’ mentor Prince throughout the recording classes, with Gibbons recounting a late-night dialogue he had in 2009 concerning the origins of “When Doves Cry” and different songs.

This collaboration with Gibbons will seem on what Day expects to be his last solo album. The aptly titled Final Name is due in shops on Nov. 11. “By no stretch am I retiring,” he earlier advised Billboard. “If the fellas – that means the unique [Time] members – wish to get again collectively … there’s all the time one thing there. However the solo factor? I am chillin’ with that. It is time to do different issues.”

At present on tour with ZZ High, Gibbons has admitted that the band was reinvigorated by the addition of latest recruit Elwood Francis, who took over after long-time bassist Dusty Hill died in July 2021: “He is including an ideal little bit of enthusiasm. Once I see [drummer] Frank Beard smiling for the primary time in 30 years, I do know one thing good’s taking place.”

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