Feb 1st 2002
Jones - Outta
is one of those rare artists who possesses a unique talent, the
ability to get better and better with each project. What most
probably didn't know is that Donell's work first caught national
attention as a songwriter where he wrote tracks for Usher,
all of which have been major hits. In 1996 Donell caught the
attention of the world with his debut set 'My
Heart ' that
spanned such hits as 'In
the Hood' ' , his
renindition of the Stevie
Wonder classic 'Knocks
me off my feet '
and 'You should
know '. 1999 saw
him release 'Where
I wanna be ' and
found even bigger success with 'You
know what's up ',
'Shorty (got her
eye on me) '
and the title cut.
Opening his account for the
new millennium is 'Outta
my Head ' a dance
floor pleaser that has a deadly bass line to provoke the head,
definitely radio friendly and could very well be his biggest hit
yet. Taken from the forthcoming CD 'Life
goes on '
coming to a record store near you next month, Donnell's on point for
another hit and if the single is any indication to what's in store
for us on the album then definitely put this one on your shopping
list. A worthy TY-D
Lewis - Don't
you forget it :
record has been floating about for the better part of a year now
and didn't really catch anyone's attention until it was added to
Star Sounds - Vol.1
' compilation late last year.
era of soul is in full swing with Glenn's latest giving you a
taste of what's to come with the likes of Joi,
Wiggins and Musiq
Soulchild all forthcoming.
Toronto native is another addition to the steady roaster of talent
heading out of Canada nowadays (Remy
Shand and Kardinal
to mind). 'Don't
you forget it
' simply lets us forget about the situation the young man endures
rather than the record itself. A steady driven bass line caressed
by soft soul instruments gives this track the leg up on most and
has Glenn's baritone cords in flying form.
outside my window '
hits record shelves Mar 12th. For
all soul music fans this is one not to be missed.
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