Jazmin Sky

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First of all I would like to thank K.Son (January new voices) for turning me on to this incredible cd.

Jazmin Sky is executive
producer/producer/songwriter/singer. Jazmin is fluent in the languages
of English, Spanish and French and it never sounded so good. Her
Influences are Stevie Wonder, Aretha Franklin, MeShelle N’Dgeocello,
Erykah Badu, Prince, and Rufus and Chaka Khan, so you know what this cd is about.

Jazmin, who is from Pennsylvania, started singing at a young age and has never looked back. Her vocal styling is unlimited and she sings with so much ease and makes the songs her own. From the first note to the last, this cd will have you mesmerized and wondering why you haven’t heard her before.

There are 16 grooving songs that will have you pinning for more.

1. Intro
2. U turn me on – Is a mellow funky groove
3. Downtown – Is song talking about hangin out in New York
4. Sorry Can’t patch it up – Infidelity
5. Are u the 1 – The slow jam, with that old school feeling and vibe
6. Forbidden fruit – A funky latin groove w/english & spanish lyrics
7. U got the love – A hot cover of a Rufus and Chaka khan classic
8. American Lie – A political statement w/ english and french lyrics
9. Trust me – True funk, with a latin jazz flare
10.Wake up smell the coffee – A nice mellow song with a neo-soul groove
11.Intro – Extending her vocal range
12.There Ain’t nothing – Another mellow song with a neo-soul groove
13.Reflections of u – A slow groove, a song you would hear is a smokey jazz club
14.Interlude – Funk
15.2 good for that – A funky slow groove
16.Are u the 1 – Acoutic reprise

This cd was released in 2005, but it feels like it was released yesterday. With the style and conviction to stand up alongside some of the current female artists gracing the airwaves today. Make sure you get this cd, you will not be disappointed more you will be mesmerized by how great this cd is. You can find this gem at www.cdbaby.com

Marvin D.
The Urban Music Scene

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