Posts Tagged ‘Jackson Breit’

December 7, 2016

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Featured music – December 5th, 2016

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December 6, 2016

Los Angeles’ Carneyval and Jackson Breit make a dashing team on retro flavored swooner It Ain’t Love, a brassy track that blends 60′s soul with funky dance. Not only does Jackson Breit turn in a smoldering performance on vocals, but he lends his trumpeting skills to the hooking jam, too. Producer Carnevyl’s smooth dynamic production even sports some airy light, summer breezy moments. Though It Ain’t Love seems to be about heartbreak and disappointment, it sure lifts the spirits and leaves me swaying my head in giddy bliss. 

October 25, 2015

Gospel hip-hop tune from Jackson Breit with his single ‘Wouldn’t Change A Thing’. It’s produced by Jacob Yates and those sexy vocals aren’t Jason Mraz or John Mayer but Casey Edelstein. This is the first track off an EP coming out in November which is titled ‘Shades of Marmalade’. This song is available for free currently but all proceeds from this go towards raising money for autistic families. What a great cause!

October 24, 2015

Los Angeles’ Jackson Breit offers a catchy blend of hip hop, gospel, and soul on finger snap ready new honeyed single Wouldn’t Change A Thing. The dreamy smooth tune was produced by Jacob Yates and features back up vocals by Casey Edelstein, and it comes from Jackson’s upcoming EP, Shades Of Marmalade, due out in mid November. Not only is Wouldn’t Change A Thing a thorough charmer, but Jackson Breit also partnered up with Cadence & Cause for the single so that 100% of proceeds would go towards the National Autism Association to help out families with autistic children. Wouldn’t Change A Thing comes in a relaxed fit, buffing out any tension lines left from the long week now past and turning frowns into smiles. There’s a contagious playfulness to the uplifting tune that has me ready to kick back and dive deep into the impending weekend. This Jackson Breit is a cool cat and a smooth operator.

July 1, 2015

You may be a Kendrick Lamar fan, like so many of us are, but trust me, you haven’t heard his song “i” quite in this fashion. Rising producer INSTRUM synced up with another emerging talent named Carneyval on a remix that utilizes Jackson Breit’s vocal cover. The combined skills and aptitude from all these puzzle pieces of genius serve to forget an irresistible future house and deep house jam, millions of miles removed from Kendrick’s hip hop original. The smoothly bouncing anthem is a soulful must for our muggy summer months. Download the song for free, here.