Check out the brand new single from singer/songwriter J. Brown referred to as “Sunrise Sunset”. The mid-tempo make-you-feel-good-song was written by C. Farrar, J. Brown and M. Harley and produced by Quad and Ibiza. It can be presently the #20 Song on the Billboard Urban A/C charts.
J. Brown provides concerning the tune:
“I wanted to sing about making women feel good about themselves and how they should be treated by their partner in the relationship and Sunrise Sunset does just that.”
Although that is the primary time we’ve had the prospect to function him on the positioning, Detroit bred J. Brown isn’t any stranger to the music trade. Years in the past, an acquaintance contacted Brown and greatest pal Robert Curry (now of Day 26 fame) and knowledgeable them that musician/producer extraordinaire Wyclef Jean was trying to signal a gaggle. Springing into motion, Brown referred to as two further singers, fashioned the male foursome E2G, and drove to New Jersey, the place they auditioned for Wyclef and have been signed to Clef Records/J Records. A yr later, nonetheless, the group disbanded, citing “creative differences.”
Now, confronted with excessive expectations and aggressive targets, Brown is within the studio engaged on his album. A delicate mixture of R&B with a touch of Hip Hop and Rock influences, the album is designed to uniquely showcase Brown’s distinct voice.
“I don’t focus on any one genre,” he maintains. “I can sing classical, rock, pop-pretty much anything… I don’t have to use Auto-Tune on a record. I’m a real singer. I can sing on the spot without any technology, just like the old school cats did.”
And he definitely desires to proceed making this feel-good music for years to come back, simply as his influences Tank, Usher, Coldplay, Jimi Hendrix, Sting, Jay-Z, and Nas have accomplished earlier than him. Brown acknowledges that the key to their success is focus and perseverance, qualities he’s integrated into his personal journey.