#RainyDayVibes. . .
Rainy days always put the vast majority of us in our feelings. whether you consider it good or bad, the dreary downpour invokes thoughts. Your next great idea could come from these thoughts. While you're inside staring outdoors, I've compiled a list of a few songs that should help you sort through some of those thoughts. Enjoy.
Terrace Martin Feat. Tiffany Gouche - “Never Enough”
Grammy-nominated producer, saxaphonist, and recording artist, Terrace Martin, comes through in a MAJOR way with this soulful effort. Martin is mostly known for his production skills and an amazing hit solo album Three Chord Fold. These days when he’s not producing for superstars like Kendrick Lamar, he’s crooning over heartfelt R’n’B rhythms. Enlisting fellow R’n’B songstress and newbie, Tiffany Gouche, adds an entrancing mellow vibe to this hit you wish would never end. Listen now!
Post Malone - “Up There”
After hitting instant stardom with his international hit “White Iverson,” Post Malone is back with his signature vibrato sound, speaking about his how he wants to leave all his problems on the ground and never come down-- Something we wish we could all do. Take a trip “Up There” with Post and escape the “hell on the ground” for just a bit. Listen Below!
BJ The Chicago Kid - “Untitled (D’Angelo Tribute)”
Last year, BJ The Chicago Kid hit all of us in our feelings with his heartfelt rendition of the popular 2000s D’Angelo hit “Untitled (How Does It Feel).” Serving as the 16-year tribute to the legendary R’n’B sensation album release, BJ crept his way into many of our playlists (including mine) with this amazing remake produced by Jairus "JMO" Mozee. Fall in love all over again and listen below.
The Internet Feat. James Fauntleroy - “For The World”
Name ONE time The Internet has let you down... Don’t worry, I’ll wait. Oh yeah, that’s right: NEVER. The Neo-Soul group teams up with superstar R’n’B artist & producer James Fauntleroy (also known as Cocaine 80s) for this amazing cut off of their 2nd Album, Ego Death. While Syd The Kid gets some vocal assistance; using the same auto-tune effects as Fauntleroy but please believe she doesn’t under-deliver. Fall in love with just one of the many songs on the album that will make you wish it never ended. Listen below.
Hope you enjoyed! If you need download links for any song, feel free to hit me up. Be easy!