Chart-topping R&B Crooner J. Brown’s New Single “Give It 2 U” Already Topping The Charts as The #25 R&B Song In The Country
New single, “Give It 2 U” from chart-topping R&B crooner, J. Brown. “Give It 2 U” has already charted as the #25 R&B song in the county this week. “I am excited about giving listeners another glimpse of who J. Brown is as an artist. The familiarity of the track will take true R&B lovers down memory and I look forward to folks just grooving to the song”, mentions J. Brown. The mid-tempo summer-friendly song was written by Jayson Echo and Charles Farrar and produced by Quaid.
J. Brown is currently on a national promotional tour in support of the new single. The song is already creating traction at national radio with heavy spins at SiriusXM and Music Choice among others. J. Brown recently graced the June 2019 cover of Lavish Life Magazine (on newsstands now).
Earlier this year, J. Brown scored his first Top 10 Billboard single, with the smash, “Sunrise Sunset”. The song remained on the Top 10 Billboard charts for 5 consecutive weeks.**
About J. Brown
Figuratively set to the rhythmic pace of its infamous, steady-grinding automobile factories, while its streets are legendary and well-known the world over for the hyper-creative and musically fertile atmosphere that gave birth to Motown, Detroit continues to be a music capital of feel-good, contemporary music that ultimately proves timeless. The list of iconic names that have catapulted and captivated from the Motor City seems infinite…more than a few simply known by one name. Typifying the old saying “something in the water,” singer/songwriter J. BROWN – though generationally removed from the Gordy company’s then revolutionary melding of contemporary R&B and pop – has paid his dues and persevered in bringing those time proven musical values into the new music era with his forthcoming, long-in-the-making solo debut set. With music firmly in his blood and armed with tunnel-vision focus on following his passion of making music from the heart, J. BROWN delivers a dose of straight-up R&B – some with subtle pop and 90s throwback influences – to a music generation largely devoid of truly soulful and impassioned music.