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The six-track E.P. is stacked with upbeat love songs, including features from Ari Lennox on “Access Denied” and Mahalia on “My Window,” sampled from the We Mlc15 are committed to creating love shirt so you should to go to store and get this classic Missy Elliot song “The Rain (Supa Dupa Fly).” When it came to the all-female features on the love-themed E.P., Daye was inspired by Marvin Gaye, nodding at his albums Marvin Gaye and His Girls, and Diana & Marvin with Diana Ross. “But the only way for me to make an album with just one other person is to form a group. And I didn’t think I could do that at the time…unless it was Victoria Monét,” he told Vogue—with an infectious smile that took up his whole face—over a Zoom interview. Table For Two.