Media Gary has already covered several releases from this week, but we just wanted to round up a few more for you guys.
VanJess – High & Dry
Sister duo VanJess aims to inspire their fans with the new single, “High & Dry.” On the new offering, produced by James Royo and Jay “Kurzweil” Oyebadejo, the talented songstresses make strong commitments to their partners, insisting they will be ride or die through their highs and lows. VanJess delivers their viewpoints through think, layered harmonies, and lush vocals. “High & Dry” follows VanJess’s recent release, “Come Over.“
THEY. – The Amanda Tape (Album)
THEY., comprising of members Drew Love (singer/songwriter) and Dante Jones (producer), return with their sophomore project, ‘The Amanda Tape.’ The 10-songs project features appearances from Tinashe, Wale, and Juicy J and continues to showcase the duo’s musicality. On this LP, THEY. focuses more on R&B-driven production and content as they share stories of the ups and downs in relationships. Hit play and see if this one’s for you!
Vivian Green – You Send Me
R&B veteran Vivian Green will release her seventh studio album, Love Absolute, on November 13 (2020). The project is headed by the single, “Light Up,” which now has a feature from Ghostface, and the newly released grat track, “You Send Me,” produced by frequent collaborator Kwame. As usual, Viv’s powerhouse vocals take the lead as she coos about the satisfaction of love.
Juwan x Tiffany – Finally
R&B veteran Tiffany Evans and newcomer Jawan Harris merge their talents for the new group Jawan x Tiffany. The duo’s first release, titled “Finally,” ooze sensuality and romanticism as they sing about filling each other up. Tiffany says about the song’s inspiration: “It was based on the idea of love and where we were in our relationship when we actually first met.”
Kameron Corvet – Kathy’s Basement EP
Multi-talented Grammy Award-winning singer, songwriter, guitarist, and actor Kameron Corvet pays homage to his mother with the new EP, Kathy’s Basement. “Growing up in Baton Rouge and Cincinnati, the houses we lived in didn’t have a basement,” Corvet says of his inspiration. “My mom’s dream was for us to have a basement so we can run around inside the house and just be free! As I got into music, I imagined having friends over for jam sessions. I always dreamed of buying her the house with the basement once I “made it,” and while I’m still making my way, I wanted to give her a basement figuratively.” That’s beautiful! We hope mom enjoys this musical gift.