My morning ritual today involved sliding from one room to the next, hopelessly trying to reach those high-pitched Maxwell-like notes that my neighbors love so much. Wondering how that came about?
You might know him from season two of The Voice as one of the lucky few to join Cee Lo’s team, after impressing him with his funky cover of Amy Winehouse’s Rehab.
The indie soul singer lost in the battle round but hasn’t given up on his dreams after his exit in 2012.
Inspired by his favorite album of all-time, D’Angelo’s Voodoo, Brown released an equally sensual EP called Coffee late 2016. As one of his Instagram captions reads, “Sip slow. I hope you started your day right with some of this. If you didn’t, it’s never too late,” I played the record for the first time one year later.
Wade Brown immediately lured me in with his intro NoEnd., followed by my personal highlight of the EP: Flavor, produced by Svmson. The seven tracks do indeed feed your soul, as Brown so smoothly sings on The Menu featuring the young emcee Jalen Kelly.
I’ll definitely start my morning shower karaoke-ing Wade Brown’s blissful tunes again tomorrow.