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Soul Mate

Soul Mate

  • Door Robert Jon
  • Release 17-8-2010
  • Muziekgenre Soul/R & B
  • Media-indeling CD
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Grown and sexy, funky, jazzy, smooth, hyped, mood changer, and so good it must be respected, are a few of the ways to describe Robert Jon's album, 'SOULMATE.' It has a little something something for everybody. The album begins with the classic club song 'Clubanger' which is packaged in a funky club beat featuring the hard hitting vocals of Robert Jon, MC hype shout outs from Zippy Mac with the cleaver rhymes of Top Notch and D'Nali The Great. This club rocker puts you in the mood to go clubangin to watch little mama drop it on the dance floor. As you leave the club headed for another party slammin the second track 'She's Ready,' you find yourself listening to another heater packed with clever lyrics that are every man's fantasy. There's nothing like knowing she's ready to go, she's ready to roll, she's ready to play.... And, you know what that means. On this track Rob Jon delivers a powerful vocal performance in falsetto backed by the hard hitting beats of producer Jon Lundy. Producer Greg Ware and Robert Jon chime in with lyrics and melody to paint a party setting in your mind about a women who's about to blow your mind as she's lead to the back room by Zippy Mac exclaiming he's got her butt naked on the couch. What kinda party is this? But wait the action does not stop there... I'm about to explode is what you tell your girl when she's got you so passionately aroused to the point where you cannot hold back your feelings anymore. Third track "Explode," allows Robert Jon an opportunity to tell her just how he feels. Using his Maxell like sexy tone to explain "Little mama I'm about to explode, I'm about to unload, baby baby look what you do to me. Little mama it feels so wonderful," as Top Notch paints a mural in the back drop of "candle lit bubble-bath, rose peddles on the floor, I can see in your eyes" to help set the erotically romantic mode of this sexy musical master piece. We stay in that same atmosphere as the album unfolds with track four. "Layback." Once again Robert Jon is irresistible as he uses the rasp in his voice to romantically tell her to layback, stretch out and put her feet up, making sure she's comfortable at his spot. As the music plays he invites her into his chic cuzi to fulfill her every fantasy. As you move into track five Rob smoothes it out and moves in a little deeper as he proclaims "This Ain't Love" it's something stronger. It lasts much longer. What last much longer? The lyrics written on this track are clever and reveal to his girl that like angel, she is heaven sent and loving him is her first commandment. He and her stay in all weekend and she never complains. Just being with him is enough to keep her entertained. You fall in love with the sentiment as the music and lyrical performance creates the picture of a perfect relationship. Every parent wants to see his baby grow up and become the successful women she's meant to be. "Precious Girl" speaks to this emotion from Daddy's point of view. In this delicate soulful tear jerker, Rob let's his baby girl know she's a precious girl, she is his world; he's proud of her and wants her to take flight. If you are in to medium slow grooves with a positive message and want to tell your daughter how you truly feel about her growing up, this song's for you. But don't stop there, track 7 'Celebrate,' should be every female's mantra. Greg Ware hits the nail right on the head with his lyrical and musical composition on this cut. And, the song is in the perfect spot on the album, coming in right after Precious Girl. "Shorty's happy in her own skin not worried bout opinions from boys who want to be men. Shorty knows she's only human. It's better to imagine than follow every fashion." And, here comes the hook. "Just celebrate the life your livin with all you heart and soul. Celebrate what you've been given and be thankful for tomorrow." All I can say is "sing it Rob!" After you've hit the clubs, hung out with the club bangers and have finally gotten that K9 out your blood, you find somebody who becomes your true soul mate. "Soulmate," the title track, is that cha-cha smooth groove you listen to in your car or at the crib while you're thinking about your soul mate. "My soul mate, this is forever my dear. For love's sake, girl I'll always be here. No heart ache... you never will shed a tear... My soul mate... My Soul mate..." What more can a brother say... It's time to groove, Shorty! It's time to go out, have some fun and then go back home and get "Unda Tha Covers" One of the favored tracks on the album, track 9 has a slammin groove with a bit of an old school feel. You've got to check this track out as Randy Harding the track master on this heater, sets Rob in a musical space that gives the listener an exciting romantic and sensual motion picture of sheer delight. Grown and sexy is all I can say about "Thin Ice" and for that matter,"Reason" also. Thin Ice is a tight slow groove demonstrating the powerful vocal ability of Robert Jon. It is R&B, eat your heart out. Although the ladies might question the would be brother spouting these I don't know if I can commit lyrics, I think everyone will have to say, that's a bad ass song. "Give me a reason to love you after all we've been through. Give me a reason to trust you, when you don't tell the truth." What R&B album does not have at least one break up to make up song on it? "Reason," the official ballad on the album is another unique story teller pinned by Greg Ware about a brother busting his women with a woman. Not a man... What tha? But interesting enough, dude wants to get involved in the next escapade. Wow! Want an interesting concept set off through the soulful melodic styling of Robert Jon. The last track on the album, "Love's Callin," shows Robert Jon's versatility as he mixes a bit of a jazz influence with this R&B cut. This track is smooth, grown and sexy and must be played if you want to step into that him and her space. When you listen to this cha-cha, you got to grab her by the hand and do that old school two step. The album as a whole is a musical journey that can be and should be taken by any and everyone. Put it in your repertoire.

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Kunstenaar: Robert Jon
Titel: Soul Mate
Genre: Soul/R & B
Releasedatum: 17-8-2010
Label: CD Baby
Media-indeling: CD
UPC: 884501368759

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