It’s been a while since I posted some music that wasn’t DJ Supreme Soul affiliated. Although I’m behind with making readers aware of this joint’s greatness, I know that it will be something you will likely go back to from time to time for its smoothness and ease on the ears. I must admit when I first heard the beginning I wasn’t too captivated, but when the beat drops I was hooked from that point forward. Add that to the idea that it’s not the typical love song where the singer is crooning for her special someone and I’m now truly intrigued. I’m not sure who the oh so talented Marsha Ambrosius is delivering this heart-felt and soulful request at making things whole again to, but whomever it may be definitely left her with some unresolved feelings that made for something great on wax. If you haven’t heard it please take a moment to enjoy, and if you have then you’re welcome for being able to get this reminder of what makes Marsha a favorite of yours and 3GW.
Due to my crazy weekend work schedule this mix’s ultimate release to those that are fans of the mixing done by DJ Supreme Soul has been delayed. I wanted to release it on the weekend so all the potential cookouts would have a very nice chilled out mix that could be enjoyed with a nice drink…or 2…or 3. Although that didn’t happen this weekend, I’m sure the next party or gathering or family function won’t be too far away. So I give to you DJ Supreme Soul’s Chilled Out Celebration Part 2. This joint features a healthy volume of new and old R&B with a splash of hip hop by artists such as Blackstreet, Estelle, Erykah Badu, Janet Jackson, Marsha Ambrosius, Rihanna, Missy Elliot, Musiq Soulchild, Craig David, D’Angelo, Stevie Wonder, Alicia Keys, Anthony Hamilton, Carl Thomas, Floetry, Justin Timberlake, Joe, and Ryan Leslie. So feel free to add this to the rotation for your next event’s soundtrack and as always have one for me while you’re grooving. Thanks for listening.
I may be extremely late with posting this one seeing that it was released to YouTube back in April of 2013, but since it’s still some great singing from an artist with a gifted voice I’m sure you’ll love it just the same. The original is a classic song with its music video garnering over 2 million views. That version features the talented Marsha Ambrosius, and if you’ve never heard it I’ve included it below. Once you hear the original, I think you can appreciate the range Daley has with his vocal styling. You may also get a better sense of what the song means if you pay attention to the acoustic version. Either way, enjoy the talent that is Daley and thanks for stopping by 3GW.