Motown influenced R&B-Soul meets Disco-pop laced with personable and yet relatable lyrics on Crystal Lewis’ long awaited self-titled album.
Artist: Crystal Lewis
Album: Crystal Lewis
Street Date: 9/11/15
Record Label: Metro One
iPod Pick: Be Alright (Feat. Anthony Evans)
I want a friend to throw a pool side barbecue party with Be Alright on repeat and invite me in. it’s that easy and groovy. And Anthony Evans appears on it doing it some justice.
Crystal Lewis self-titled record (which I’m sure took it’s time to morph after 30 albums in her career) is what you get when an artist pours their entire heart and soul into a record. Do not be deceived by your personal expectations, the music on the record is as shiny as the album art. Crystal Lewis is veteran enough to stick to a theme on a record. Like the bold ‘Fearless’ which released after recording the ground breaking ‘Lean On Me’ with Kirk Franklin, Mary J. Blige and Bono of U2, and later turning down an opportunity to record a full pop album with a major record label. Fearless featured audacious songs such as ‘Only Fools’and yet vulnerable one like Trust Me and My Friend included with a tempo throughout that seems to be counting down to the occurrence of a life defining event.
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