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Great new Female R&B rising starlet

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Initial post: 11 Mar 2010 12:54:56 GMT
J. Chambers says:

Singer/songwriter Kelly Erez is set to become the next big R&B sensation in the UK and beyond. Devotedly passionate about her music Kelly is set to wow audiences with live shows showcasing tracks written in collaborations with (amongst others):

* Steve Bush (Corinne Bailey-Rae, Stereophonics)
* Ian Carter (Sugababes, Ian Brown, Thom Yorke)
* Aubrey Nunn (Faithless, Dido)

Kelly worked with her sister Natalie (co-writer) and Steve Bush to produce `You Know Why' and the track truly demonstrates the passion and love for music Kelly holds, also it goes someway to show the soul and emotion audiences can expect from her.

A debut album is currently being produced and anticipated to be released later in 2010. On the album you can expect to find solid gold R&B/Soulful pop music resulting from collaborations with high profile, established, artists as mentioned and tracks co-written with Natalie Erez - working with such recognised names so early on surely highlights the mass appeal and talent that lies within Kelly Erez.

Having been raised, firmly grounded, in the East of London, Kelly has a solid foundation in R&B however, the transatlantic appeal of her soulful and pop sounds are in some ways a contradiction to that upbringing. What isn't a contradiction though is the way the diversity shines through. Delicate soul, pulsing R&B and powerful pop all combine to show a diverse, vibrant, and talented star in the making.

Kelly will soon be embarking on a series of live shows across London and the UK, details will follow soon.

Posted on 22 Mar 2010 20:52:32 GMT
This looks like a post by a record company cut and pasted from a Facebook page.Not sure the forums should be a place for free advertising?

Posted on 31 Mar 2010 21:17:01 BDT
MC Zaptone says:
Even though she has a good voice - this saccharin, syrupy r'n'b nonsense has gone on far, far toooooooo long.
Get real, get gritty and for god's sake come up with something new and original.

Posted on 2 Apr 2010 18:18:30 BDT
Actually I really liked her, let's face it there's nothing original anymore but she's really good at what she does, if you like that kind of thing

Posted on 15 Apr 2010 16:07:17 BDT
L. Marks says:
I really like her, downloaded her free mp3 from her website

Posted on 17 Apr 2010 09:50:04 BDT
J. Chambers says:
She has a lot of good gritty stuff, this track is a smooth part of her set. If you see her live you'd see how much grit she has got. You can get a free mp3 now of the track from her website.

Posted on 2 Jul 2011 15:28:25 BDT
Rumer for UK. Listen to her song "Aretha in the Morning".

If you get a chance to hear Betty Lavette on tour today, do so. Her resurgence in the 49th year of her career is well dewserved. The irony is that her British Rock Songbook is regaining for her an audience that has been deferred since the British Rock Invasion knocked almost all black artists except for Motown and Memphis Stax musicians off Top 40 pop radio in the 60's.

Betty sings with incredible Southern rooted soul and intensity.
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