Christine Dominguez Revisits The ’90s With Can We Talk

Christine Dominguez gets nostalgic and covers Tevin Campbell’s “Can We Talk.” The singer, songwriter, musician and producer digs into one of her most pleasurable listening experiences of the past to pay tribute to Campbell. Dylan Emmet and Dominguez co-produced the cover that Campbell made famous in 1993. Dominguez hails from New York and back in 2010 she received her first Grammy nomination for her songwriting contribution to B.o.B.’s “Airplanes, Part II.” She released her first full-length solo project Soul Shake independently in 2018. Her songwriting also earned her the Best Original Song Award for “Find My Way” at the Manhattan Film Festival. Dominguez made a statement about her newest release:

“Can We Talk” was inspired by the original song co-written by Babyface. This remake reminds me of my childhood in Newburgh, New York. I use to idolize Tevin’s vocals and request his music on my local station any chance I could get!” 

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