Posts Tagged ‘REECE’

May 1, 2017

REECE surprised us last month with a guest appearance on Robotaki’s future bass track Drunk, a welcome treat indeed, considering how fond we are of this ascending Virginia based star’s milky captivating voice. For an even more bounteous serving of his exquisite falsettos, we turn to new single Alone, an ethereal ballad executed with heartfelt authenticity and riddled with heartbreaking poignancy. The atmospheric R&B soul meets celestial pop single is out now on iTunes.

April 2, 2017

Montreal based electronic dazzler Robotaki is back with a jewel of a new original in the form of Drunk, which features R&B soul talent REECE on buttery sleek vocals. I’ve been waiting to hear this all week after Next Wave Records teased us with news of the track in the days leading up to its release. Far from disappointing Drunk is a deeply atmospheric, emotive haunting future bass opus. Robotaki explains that Drunk isn’t a happy song. “It’s about that relationship you shouldn’t be in but it’s too hard to leave. It’s about that person you know you shouldn’t forgive but you always do anyways.” Though it’s been awhile since I’ve been in that sort of situation, Robotaki brings all the poignancy of it right back with this opulent brooding, vividly intense beauty. Drunk, out now on esteemed label Next Wave, can also be streamed via Soundcloud below.

November 16, 2016

In my opinion, while meaning and intent may often be “lost in translation” when communicated via words, it’s nearly always articulated to perfection when conveyed through music, the language of the universe. Virginian R&B soul artist REECE returns from a year away from our lonesome ears to deliver a heartrending communique via new single Lost In Translation. With it, REECE develops a deep sense of rapport within us, sending us reeling with poignant falsettos and misty atmospheric production. The yearning, his desire, and an excess of overwhelming regret are presented far more powerfully than any bard can do with but words. Let us hope that REECE won’t leave us for too long again now that he’s given us such a heartbreaking new beauty. Lost In Translation is available from iTunes.

July 27, 2016

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July 25, 2016

You might recall that I had the fortune of encountering and sharing a gorgeous electro R&B tune some time back named Don’t Go from a German producer named Jumpa. The track also featured stunning R&B vocals by an emerging Virginian talent named REECE. Fast forward nearly a year, and Don’t Go is back on our radar. But this time around, Don’t Go is dressed in a new coat of uptempo dance beats and sleek darting synths. Berlin’s Bad Paris joins REECE and Jumpa on this new rendition of Don’t Go full of vibrant energy and lustrous charm. Summer dance vibes abound on the bouncy luscious track. “It’s hard to let it go” croons REECE in his raspy magnificent voice. I’m not sure I’ll ever be able to let go of this vivacious hooking urban dance pop banger. copy of Jumpa & Bad Paris’ Don’t Go, featuring REECE, is available here.

August 16, 2015

I was fortunate enough to catch this on a brilliant music friend’s socials the other day, and it’s one of those songs that had me hooked immediately, all the while beaming with delight at having encountered such a talented, impressive artist. If you dig music by the likes of The Weeknd, you don’t want to pass up on this, trust me. By way of Virginia comes a new electronic R&B artist named REECE, and he waxes dark and melancholic on Jumpa produced Don’t Go. It’s a desperately yearning plea, brimming with heart rending feels delivered in arresting falsetto. Despite its desolate heaviness, Don’t Go is also sensually rousing. Its weighty atmosphere, though unmerciful on the heart, is a sublimely moving world of blissful hurt. Don’t Go is available now on iTunes. Visit Soundcloud to listen to the few sensational songs REECE has released so far.