Gallant, Tablo & Eric Nam Link Up for "Cave Me In"

Filmed in Hong Kong.

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Back in 2016, Gallant made an appearance at the 2016 Mnet Asian Music Awards. There, the soulful singer met Tablo and R&B singer Eric Nam. They recorded a collaborative single titled “Cave Me In” and today, the song and video are shared. The visual is filmed in Hong Kong, where the MAMA awards took place. Gallant shares:

“When we all met for the first time, our energy just clicked– and that synergy manifested itself into this record.”

Watch the video above.

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