On August 1, Widespread Pictures will discharge the James Cocoa biopic “Get on Up.” In acknowledgment of this occasion and for airplay regarding it, acclaimed vocalist Victoria Blythe is discharging her new front of “I Got You (I Can finally relax)” as a solitary on August 1, ahead of time of her jazz/R&B/pop collection “Silver Flyer,” to be discharged later this fall.
Blythe clarified her decision of the melody as a cover on her generally unique collection: “I cherish doing covers that are entirely unexpected than the first. The Back up parent of Soul made “I Got You” a moment exemplary in his kind, but at the same time it has extraordinary bones for an entertainer like me as a moderate smoldering R&B number. (Bassist) Sam Bevan and I stripped it down and backed it off, and we adore the outcome.”
James Chestnut’s “I Got You (I Can finally relax)” by Victoria Blythe (2014)
Acclaimed jazz and R&B vocalist Victoria Blythe backs off and warms up James Chestnut’s exemplary track. Simply her sultry, deft voice, wearing only an outstanding bass.
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