The singer and music producer known as J-Suave has released his latest EP record, “Kissing Strangers.” The album has been proudly published as an independent music release outside the direction of the corporate music industry. Dusky, sultry and built on a rock-solid foundation of drum ‘n’ bass, “Kissing Strangers” is a surprise standout to close the summer 2016 season.
J-Suave’s new EP is crowned with its startlingly excellent single, “Lo Lo,” an opening track which is already traveling upward through the Internet music charts and gaining momentum at a rapid rate. Unstoppably smooth and irresistibly classy, the song deserves its popularity for boasting near-perfect performances, top-notch writing, and utterly superb, exceptionally tasteful studio production the likes of which is rarely seen in any genre from any music label, anywhere.
In addition to the considerable talents of J-Suave himself, “Lo Lo” also features graceful vocals by Luccie Fontane.
Houston, TX’s J-Suave cites as main influences (in the order given by the artist): art and abstract paintings, conversations with people, smells and textures, as well as the music of Bob Marley, Pharrell Williams, Kanye West, Bruno Mars, Justin Timberlake, Beyonce, Drake, Stevie Wonder, and Issac Hayes.
Speaking of the EP’s romantic overtones, J-Suave writes, “Kissing strangers has two meanings: A.) You can be with someone forever and not really know who they truly are, which leaves you kissing strangers; B.) Someone you love can push you so far away and towards other people so you end up kissing strangers.”
While the album is definitely music which will appeal to listeners of every category, it’s a personal record and one with something to share with people in all walks of life.
“My EP is a soundtrack for those life experiences and all the emotions and changes that come from them,” J-Suave writes. “Not only emotions of the sad, depressed variety but also the newfound focus of taking on new challenges, the feelings of wanting that person back (renewed love, the feeling of wanting to go out and have epic nights and starting over…).”
Outside his musical endeavors, J-Suave is a martial artist who uses meditation as his way of practicing spirituality. His thoughts on romance are unorthodox and carefully considered.
“I don’t believe in monogamy,” he writes, “but I do believe in love.”
“Kissing Strangers” by J-Suave is available online worldwide. Get in early, R ‘n’ B fans – very early.
Lead Press Release Writer