D'Angelo featuring "Cruisin'"
The world of modern R&B and Soul-Funk fusion had a new arrival on Independence Day 1995 with D'Angelo's virgin release, "Brown Sugar."
Recordings were made at Battery Studios in New York City and Pookie Lab in Sacremento, California between 1994 and 1995. The album spans not only a diverse range of methodologies and recording technologies, but also stands as testament that new material can act as a resourceful and respectful referent to past artists, works and themes.
57 Years of Soul Music Radio's featured single of August 2016, "Cruisin'" has such a great and challenging dichotomy of rendered vocal stylings on the Smokey Robinson single of 1979. The almost hip-hop or lounge back-beat rolls through the ear along with D'Angelo's take on the classic, as well as his own par-excellence embellishments.
We welcome our listeners to the "Cruisin'" crew.
Source material from Google Play Music
Source material from D'Angelo's "Brown Sugar" on Wikipedia