Looks like Cara Delevingne is shaping up to be the latest triple threat in the industry. The model-turned-actress can officially add musician to her list of credentials after dropping a new song called “I Feel Everything” on the soundtrack of her movie, Valerian and the City of a Thousand Planets. The budding hitmaker pulled out the big guns for her debut, tapping the ever-reliable Pharrell Williams to co-write and produce the song. Amidst a soundtrack featuring interstellar hits from the likes of David Bowie, Bob Marley, and Wyclef Jean, Cara’s contribution is a besotted love song.
Her infatuation with her beloved was sudden and shocking, and it has taken the songstress on a wild adventure. “I never thought I’d fall like this. I’ve jumped right into this eternal bliss,” she emphatically declares over a jazzy production complete with guitar and trumpet. It’s a straightforward delivery without any serious vocal gymnastics, but the supermodel’s smokey voice seems comfortable over the instrumentation and emotes with the utmost conviction. With repeated listens the track becomes a bit of an earworm, and, while it’s not the most evident hit, it’s a pretty solid first release all things considered.
Music from Cara is a long time coming, as there have been rumors that she’s been working on an album’s worth of material since 2015. Legendary producer and guitarist Nile Rodgers as well as pop icon Beyonce have both been linked to the project. Pharrell has consistently been tied to the venture as well, so hopefully some of the other acts will appear on later releases. The only person missing out on the action is her Valerian co-star Rihanna. Give “I Feel Everything” a listen below.
This article was originally published by: Idolator