British singer Ella Eyre listed Lauryn Hill as her top musical influence, and it’s something that resonates quite prominently throughout all of her music. After a slew of notable guest performances with DJ Fresh (“Gravity”) and Rudimental (“Solo”), Ella proved that she had more than enough talent to go solo. While her solo singles “If I Go” and “Deeper” were hits for the singer, it’s the fan-favorite “We Don’t Have To Take Our Clothes Off” that shines brightly in Eyre’s catalog. On the deep album cut, Ella takes a stripped-down approach to describing exactly what she wants from her lover. The catchy title also makes up the bulk of the chorus, and doubles as an inspirational (but trendy) message about safe sex and abstinence. While the song is a cover of the late Jermaine Stewart’s notable version, Ella’s female take on his classic adds new fire to an old flame. “Clothes” became such an underground hit for Ella that she re-recorded an even better version for her just released debut album ‘Feline’. Listen and download Ella Eyre’s “We Don’t Have To Take Our Clothes Off” below.