Tyler duets with Smokey Robinson

R&B icon Smokey Robinson has released a stream of his duet with Aerosmith frontman Steven Tyler.

The pair collaborated on a version of You Really Got A Hold On Me, originally recorded as a B-side by Robinson and the Miracles in 1962. The updated track also features pop singer Nicole Scherzinger.

It’s taken from his album Smokey & Friends, launched on September 1 via Decca, and features 11 tracks of big-name guest performances.

Aerosmith are continuing a US tour with Slash after a pause caused by illness, which led to rumours that drummer Joey Kramer was suffering a severe heart problem.


  1. The Tracks Of My Tears – with Elton John

  2. You Really Got A Hold On Me – with Steven Tyler, Nicole Scherzinger

  3. My Girl – with Miguel, Aloe Blacc, JC Chasez

  4. Cruisin’ – with Jessie J

  5. Quiet Storm – with John Legend

  6. The Way You Do (The Things You Do) – with CeeLo Green

  7. Being With You – with Mary J Blige

  8. Ain’t That Peculiar – with James Taylor

  9. The Tears Of A Clown – with Sheryl Crow

  10. Ooh Baby Baby – with Ledisi)

  11. Get Ready – with Gary Barlow

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