Find out when and where Tye will be performing on page 33 in this week’s issue of Jackson Free Press.
“R&B is dead” is a cliché statement heard over and over again, for music lovers yearn for the romance, passion, and soul that once consisted of this genre. Nowadays, music lovers have to listen long and hard for quality artists, but with one new artist, fans did not have to search very far. Sebastian Mikael captured ears and hearts last year with his Wale enlisted single Last Night which combined modern-day themes with a familiar old school sound. Now, this Berklee College of Music alum is riding his wave of success with his latest track Forever, all while he is working on his debut album Speechless. Below, I hope fans fall more in love with the newest addition to the recent string of artists, helping being the soulful sound back to R&B!
Jasmine: Your track Last Night it blew up the airwaves last year and you are definitely…
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Years ago, a group by the name of Floetry captivated our minds, hearts, and eardrums with the combination of poetry, spoken word, and mesmerizing singing. Yet, when Floetry disbanded in 2007, Marsha Ambrosius went for the R&B spotlight, whereas Natalie “The Floacist” Stewart stayed true to her Neo-Soul, poetic style. Now, just a couple of weeks away from the release of her third solo album Rise Of The Phoenix Mermaid , The Floacist is feeling as free and content with herself than ever before, coming to grips with the thought that everything happens for a reason. I must say I have never left a conversation with someone feeling so inspired, but after talking with The Floacist, her positive energy and spirit resonated with me in a way I’ve never experienced before, and I hope you all feel that energy after listening and/or reading my interview with her below!
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