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Much love an appreciation to the folks at The Ignant Truth for their great review of Suave’s newest single, Heaven, from the upcoming The Feel Good Movement album! Download your copy of Heaven from iTunes now!
This is grown folk music. If that horn don’t snatch that ass up I’m sure that ole funk jazzy smooth baritone voice will pick you up, and take you along this musical ride. With polished vocals all the UMPH and the live instrumental track all hand crafted and composed to a T, Suave demands your attention. A debonair confidence with his approach giving you all kinds of southern gentlemen, what is impressive is that New Orleans native is under 30. A tune that is surely for the more mature listener, yet it has IT. What is it you say- “commercial appeal.” – The Ignant Truth
When is the last time you saw an underground artist from New Orleans featured on the same blog site as Quincy Jones, Mary J. Blige, and Erykah Badu? If you’re a reader of KevinNottingham.com (which you should be), then that day would be today.
The newest project from New Orleans artist, Suave reconnects us with the spirit of soul music. His thought-provoking lyrics and subtle baritone harmonies take us on a ride through the thoughts of a young black man striving to better himself and the world. […] Suave’s album addresses hate and promotes love. So creatively and masterfully relevant for those new to hip hop soul and those who already cherish the genre.
Check out the article for yourself by clicking here and make sure to download your copies of Sunny Soulful Summer Day and Remind Me of Music while you’re there!