Daily Archives: October 26, 2017

Jordan Brown Releases Where We Were EP

Philadelphia R&B singer Jordan Brown has unveiled his Where We Were EP produced by Kayin. Last year he was gaining fans because of his featured vocal on RJD2’s “Peace Of What” single. Brown was also the vocalist on the 2015 self-titled  RJD2 and STS collaboration album that produced “Doin It Right” for the Baywatch soundtrack.  Where We Were is Brown’s emotionally transparent beginning as a solo artist.


L’Orange: The Ordinary Man Album Stream

L’Orange’s The Ordinary Man is a concept album that follows the life a magician living at the beginning of the 1900s. The magician rises to success and then becomes disillusioned which is reflected on the album. Del The Funky Homosapien and Elzhi are two of the guests and L’Orange also has his first collaboration with label mate Oddisee. The Ordinary Man is L’Orange’s third studio album.


Cherri V’s Leave Me Be Gets Stripped Down & A Visual

Cherri  V’s “Leave Me Be” is re-arranged by Hannah V into a simpler version and given a video. Hannah V’s piano leads the new arrangement and she is joined by musicians on the bass and percussion. “Leave Me Be” is from Cherri’s forthcoming Brown Eyed Soul debut album. She said this about the newer version:

As a songwriter who wears her heart on her sleeve and reveals a lot through her lyrics, I’m always in favour of stripping back a song and approaching it acoustically. ‘Leave Me Be’ hones in on vulnerability and honesty, and this stripped version of the record just allows me to dig a little deeper.

Brown Eyed Soul is scheduled for a 2018 release.