Artist Review: Imani WJ Wright

Review by: Justyn Brodsky


It’s not often that I stumble upon an artist and decide to take him under the reviewer’s wing, but we’re gonna change the pace a bit here at the Artist Reach camp.

Sensuality, good vibes and a little Rock & Soul might be a few choice words for young and upcoming Artist/Producer Imani WJ Wright

Starting out in the business early, talented and serving as your own Producer is definitely the way to go. That’s why I have to tip my hat to Mr. Wright. His single, “Appreciation”, is a lovingly witty and soul-soothing track that is bound to draw in the ladies at first blush. For a debut single, I’d say he can accomplish just that. This song does one big thing though…it gets you pumped for the prospective future for the young Artist. I wanna hear what else this young man can do. Because he’s absolutely on the right track in every way; music and image alike.

If you have appreciation, no pun intended, for an up and comer ready to take sensuality, sexuality, and the heart and soul of music’s passion, Mr. Wright is right up your alley. I hear a man ready to take off and fly. He has his passport, plane ticket, and the jet ready, and this song walks me to the plane.

So again, I have to give major props to a young guy giving his heart and soul to true music that definitely won’t shy you away. “Appreciation” is a stunner for its alley of execution, and I’m dying to hear what move this guy makes next musically. I’m jet-ready, let’s get the plane to take off!

This single is definitely on the Wright track! Double-pun completely intended.

Now his other single, “Make Me”, shows a different side to Imani WJ Wright, but still utilizes the same elements within his content and overall execution. This song allows you to get to know the fellow artist a little bit more, and explore what he has to offer as an artist that does it the DIY way.

This song offers up more edge and production value. Each measure is well crafted and keeps you listening and adds more character depth to his music and image. This is definitely a great follow-up from the predecessing track.

With the great R&B vibe still in the forefront, this song definitely will capture your heart and put some soul into you. It entices you to research more into Imani WJ Wright as an artist and persona. 

These are some solid tracks for this young man, and we at Artist Reach would like you to check them out. It’s not often that we Review an artist on-the-spot or happen upon them, but this seemed like the right occasion. 

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Artist Review: Azzedine

Review by: Justyn Brodsky


It’s very rare that an artist reaches out to the platform for a review and sends me music that’s so good, I almost can’t find the words to describe it. Who is this artist? He goes by Azzedine, and this is a name that’s gonna stick with you when you listen to his music.

This stroke of genius hails from the United Kingdom, and this Rock & Soul artist is nothing short of amazement to behold. This amazement comes in the form of an EP called Away, and if I were a fan that could rename the EP just for fun, I would change it to Blown Away. Yes, this EP is that good.

If you’ve ever watched an American Idol season or have heard a lot of today’s contemporary artists with world-class sounds, Azzedine would fit right in. With a blissful several-octave vocal range, a perfect vibrato, and above-average songwriting techniques behind the mastered craft, we have a very delicious stew. And there’s more than enough to go around.

With his opening track “Hello (feat. Alejandra Isabel Bedale)”, a duet-oriented upbeat song with two angelic voices perfectly complimenting each other, you’re gonna hear the perfect ingredients to how a duet was meant to be written, sung, and executed. From a subtle verse that builds gradually, by the time you hit the chorus, you’re already head over heels for this song. The use of piano and a smooth rhythm section really helps define this song’s production value, and in my opinion, couldn’t have been done better. This is just an amazing song from start to finish.

The other track that really grabbed me was the follow-up EP-title track, “Away (feat. Bazza B)”. There’s pure Soul in this song, and in my opinion has the most powerful chorus on the EP. With another piano-lead song with dynamic and punchy verses, we find another great buildup to the chorus that transitions every defining factor perfectly, and also showcases Azzedine in the most effective way. This is another track that keeps you listening, and will render you hooked without a doubt.

I could go on all day about this EP, but I would much rather put it simply to you: GO LISTEN TO THIS EP RIGHT NOW. If you’re looking for that musical spiritual awakening, Away will give that to you and so much more. 

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Album Review: Rocky Jones – “Welcome To Vultureville” LP

Review by: Justyn Brodsky


I have a lot of Hip Hop of all prototypes come through our platform. Some artists are veterans while others may be just starting out. And for this 24-year old up & comer from Trenton, New Jersey, we have an up & comer that hit the ground running.

This young fresh artist goes by Rocky Jones, a very charismatic and passionate artist that decided to come out of the gate with something that will give people the first and best impression upon discovery; and that ear-grabbing effort is his LP Welcome To Vultureville. A collection of tracks that not only showcases Jones‘ writing and performing abilities, but done in a way where every song could easily be deemed an anthem, with some of the best production value today’s Hip Hop could offer.

Starting out with track 1 we have the Soul-driven “Passion 4 Paper”,  a great track opener with a strong presence of vocal delivery, rhythmic flow with versatility, and a very effective progression in the overall execution of the song that perfectly parallels the high quality production value. This track will definitely entice you to keep listening.

Following up with “Single for the Summertime”, which landed as #1 on the Beatscore Weekly Top 25, we have an energetic and upbeat song that does perfect justice to the title. An anthem that dynamically expresses the perks of summertime, and with a positive edge that touches on today’s mainstream market in a very effective way. This also an anthem for the ladies, and about the ladies. So DJs should definitely be adding this one to their spin list at the club.

Now “Baby Don’t Change” is another upbeat banger with undeniable hooks and production value. The charisma in this track is very evident, and adds spice to the overall projection of the content, mood, and overall signature sound that Jones delivers on every track. No matter the mood, content, or subject matter, Jones knows how to integrate his persona in all the proper places as an artist. And this track, is indeed another demonstration of that.

With the sexually scandalous “Side Nigga”, we definitely have the laid-back track on the album, however, with a great lyrical twist. Everyone wants a side piece once in awhile. And in this version, we get to see it through a different perspective. It’s a tale of wanting to be chased instead of doing the chasing. You wanna be her side piece. Rather than her being ours. Stroke of genius in the content. A rhythmic flow with the perfect attitude in vocal delivery, and one of my personal favorites on this LP.

With the next track “Brother’s Keeper”, we have a great mix of what we’ve heard so far on this LP, and all the elements that make this album as effective as it is. There’s a more relaxed vocal delivery, but the R&B sensibilities really help carry the torch on this one and definitely thrusts the likability factors into overdrive. 

Last but not least, “Summer’s Over” is another anthemic and powerful R&B oriented track that combines an insatiable mix of yesterday’s and today’s mainstream Hip Hop sensibilities. This one has the signature sound we’ve come to love about this album so far, and is a perfect track for almost any mood. Jones really knows how to hit it out of the park with his charisma and rhythmic flow techniques. And just like every predecessor we’ve heard, this track fits the Rocky Jones formula. And for an up & comer, I’m incredibly excited to hear what he comes out with later on as his career manifests.

Welcome to Vultureville LP is definitely one of the best Hip Hop albums that has come through our network from a fresh artist. With this LP, Rocky Jones is armed with something that a lot of Artists lose sight of for success: an album of killer songs! Pick this record up as soon as you can. You will have a hard time believing that something this mind blowing came from a young, fresh artist.

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Artist Review: Leon Rockmore – “Live at 5 (Feat. Lyric Wright)” Official Music Video 

Review by: Justyn Brodsky


An audio and visual experience into versatility, emotion, and a mainstream sound with insatiable likabiliity factors. Leon Rockmore‘s official vid for “Live at 5 (Feat. Lyric Wright) is one of those tracks your are bound to like from the second it starts.

What I love about music videos is the way it adds components to the overall atmosphere; both for the song and visual aspect itself. With choppy editing tricks to esteemed views of cityscapes, this is a ride for the ears, eyes, heart, and soul alike.

Rockmore has a very broad range of style, effectiveness in his rhymes, and dynamic lyrical content. It’s a true piece of Indie Art with extraordinary cinemotagraphy, top-notch production value, and lots of flavor to keep this song memorable as well as unique. With R&B sensibilities carrying a torch in the beat, the drive of this song gives a strong, elite likability factors for anyone that appreciates today’s Hip Hop/R&B sounds, encompassed by yesterday’s influences as part of the integration.

The track is smooth, the camera work in cinematic, charismatic, and in the forefront of the aura. The audio and imagery share perfect parallels in this song, and I can’t stress how much you’re gonna love it. Leon Rockmore has a great catalog of music under his belt already as a renowned Hip Hop artist and writer, and if you’re just discovering him now, “Live at 5” is one of the best tracks to start with. I guarantee you’ll wanna hear more after hearing this one.

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Artist Review: Stone White – Get On Down (Official Music Video)

Review by: Justyn Brodsky & Dave Welsh


An exercise in funky, energetic, and theatrical antics that will force you onto the dance floor. Recording Artist Stone White takes us on a fun, witty, and charismatic journey into his comedic music video concept and swingin’ grooves with the Official Music Video for his song “Get On Down”, a hit single from his album Groove Thang.

There are so many different elements that makes Stone White a standout of his kind. From his dancing/choreography abilities and his groove-infused horn section that solidifies his band’s signature sound, this definitely brings us back to an era of music that never died in the first place. In fact, White has put a new spin on it with his high production value and his James Brown and Jamiroquai crossover.

This video just amps you up from the beginning and has a comedic edge immediately from the beginning. Ever seen elderly folk from a nursing home get out of their wheelchairs and walkers to bust out some top-of-the-line dance moves? Well, you will now. It’s a great theme, fits the formula, and with the insatiable talent that the music brings not only makes this video effective, but addictive. This is music we don’t really hear often anymore, and I truly think our friends over at Motown would be enamored by an artist like Stone White.

If you’re looking for something fun, refreshing, with energy that will absolutely captivate you without a dull moment, this video is for you; as well as the song altogether.

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Artist Review: Jerome “J-Easy” Weaver

Review by: Justyn Brodsky

An inspirational sound and vibe that caresses the soul, Jerome “J Easy” Weaver captivates audiences from all over the landscape with his world-class Jazz sound with beautiful integrations of Swing, Bossa-Nova, and R&B moods. 

Both of his releases, “Just Me” and “Cooling Water” offer up many magical and inspirational qualities in Weaver‘s self-written and self-produced compositions. With great classical uses of Caribbean style drum tempos, Saxaphone leads, and well-polished guitar progressions, we have an innovative and dynamic sound that is soothing, beautifully crafted, and universal with the advantage of bringing a traditional style of music to the table that could be booked at high class events, weddings, hotels, cruises, and just about anywhere.

Weaver‘s influences range from dynamic composers such as George Benson, Bill Withers, and Lee Ritenour. And he has been blessed to work with Presonus Studio One, Ableton Live, Falcon, and Band-In-A-Box; recording distributed exclusively through CD Baby.

As an artist, he gathers many personal inspirations from his wanderlust. He has been to many different countries, islands, as well as events that host his favorite genres of music. He is a true Jazz enthusiast and really brings his love for the genre to the forefront with his compositions. This is music for the soul and spirit, unconditionally. Weaver has been a professional Musician for years, and his showcase of talent is a joy to behold. If you love Jazz, then “Just Me” and “Cooling Water” will lift your spirits and remind you just how much of an impact this genre really is, and always has been.

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Artist Review: Antonio Dudley – “Regret It” Single

Review by: Justyn Brodsky


There are some songs that truly showcase someone’s ability and talent in the most powerful way, by knowing the genre their voice was meant for, or for their insatiable writing ability. We get a direct hit with Antonio Dudley‘s “Regret It” (Feat. The Myster-E).

With a beat that pulls you right in, we have an auspicious introduction into the realm and feeling that Dudley‘s craft portrays. His vocal talent and passion is present almost immediately and it’s sung with the perfect balance and composure, putting a dynamic versatility behind the song along with the spot-on production value. There’s an ambience in the beat as well that I believe really makes this song as effective as it really is. It’s an extremely refreshing approach, and it’s apparent right when the song starts.
There’s also a magnetic energy behind this song. It especially takes place when Feature artist The Myster-E puts in his Hip Hop/Rap edge into the overall mix. It fits the chemistry perfectly and puts more astonishment into the song’s overall persona with the message it delivers. The likability factor is so high, it could possibly be a flawless track. Either way you dissect it, it’s almost impossible to dislike in any way.

Antonio Dudley‘s single definitely entices you to check out more of his music, and this single is definitely the correct one if he’s looking for instant-fan status. Chances are, anyone who stumbles upon “Regret It“…won’t regret it at all. You’ll absolutely love this song. 

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