AR BASE/PRESS ON corresponded with me in regards to his Gospel R&B with Neo-Soul Flairs. I played the single ‘Be Still’ and first I thought of ‘NSYNC;’ which is not to be condescending, but I heard Pop-styles which reminded me of the very popular 90’s band. I could not compare him to a known Male Gospel Artist because his style was one of a kind. However, I did listen some more and heard ‘Usher-style sounds,’ but of course it’s Gospel. The runs and chords were very melodious and the instrumentals were resonant. The instrumentals were mixed very well without faltering. The ‘Grievous Words’ Album was nicely mastered. I love R&B and I love Christian R&B so the music in the background made me ascertain that this conourous Artist put in a lot of effort and he harmonized very well. The lyrics were a brain teaser and not simple. I was well-pleased and I was thinking and saying to myself, ‘I’m hearing expressive musicality in a vocalist who could hit high notes to near perfection.’ The ending was a ‘touchdown finish.’ ‘Be Still’ is encouraging and uplifting and It’s a song of profound thought. Inspiration is an under statement. I was empowered beyond what many artists could do. I thought ‘think positive’ when listening to the could be classic single. The complexity is amazingly challenging in the song and it took a very skilled vocalist to render R&B and Gospel so well. It made me love praising Jesus while listening. I will note that the music reminded me of Trinitee from the 90’s. It is a powerful single.
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