#BRASHApproved | Indie R&B Sounds to Vibe To

R&B is NOT dead and these artists are working hard everyday to prove it! Check out these tunes to add to your playlist and VIBE to the smooth sounds of soul music.

unnamedJeff Dean | Mad Dope
Jeff Dean is an upcoming singer/songwriter from the City of Detroit. Being heavily influenced from 90’s r&b he decided to create a 90’s mixtape that would be reminiscent of the 90s era. Though reminiscent, these re-imagined records are both melodically and lyrically relatable to todays music! The stand out record/video “Can’t You See”(Originally performed by Bad Boy Records “Total”) was written by “Universal Music Publishing Group” Anesha and Antea Birchett(Fox’s Star, Empire, Beyonce, J.Lo. Justin Bieber and more). Be sure to check him out, he’s definitely next up! Listen to “Mad Dope” on SoundCloud Now!

Facebook.com/JeffDeanMusic
Twitter: @JeffDeanMusic
IG: JeffDeanMusic


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Reggie | Album: Timing

New album from recording artist “Reggie”. Greatest new independent album in the first quarter I have heard thus far. I get thousands of emails a week and this one stood out. I rate this album a strong 9 out of 10. The production matches perfectly with his vocals and reminds me of R&B at its peak in early 2000’s. The song “Sing No More” definitely stood out. Listen to Reggie’s latest album “Timing” on SoundCloud Now!

www.OfficialReggie.com
Twitter: @Sireginald
IG: Sireginald
SoundCloud.com/OfficialReggie


For more R&B vibes, check out our special feature, “The Men of R&B Music” in the Mar/Apr ’17 issue of BRASH! Magazine Available Now!

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