Motown Gospel’s Pop Soul Artist Royce Lovett New Ep ‘Love Wins’ Available Now

Published On September 16, 2016 » 3682 Views» By UnCommon » Artist, Featured

Following his 2015 major label debut release Motown Gospel’s Pop Soul recording artist and lyricist Royce Lovett delivers five more thoughtful, well-crafted songs entitled LOVE WINS produced by Nate Butler(Backstreet Boys, Cheetah Girls, Luther Vandross). These songs exemplify a natural next step in Royce’s young career, stronger songs, more musical, more funky, more personal. LOVE WINS (goo.gl/c9XHoR) is available in standard edition and deluxe edition (goo.gl/za3gwR)- which includes acoustic versions of “Reach”, “Freedom” and “Go”.

Armed with an unmistakable voice, spirited guitar, and lyrics drawn from the depths of his soul, Royce Lovett brings a much-needed breath of fresh air to music.

With love still at the heart of his work, Lovett tackles more personal themes on his forthcoming EP release. Drawing from Lovett’s hip-hop roots, “Reach” uses a hard-driving drum beat in relaying the message to always “put your hands in the sky today / though your dream seems miles away.” The slower-paced “Go” explores the pressure of holding fast to the faith you have in yourself despite what friends and others may say.
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The rollicking “That’s Dat Jesus” (click here to listen: https://youtu.be/ep–jgViZUk) embodies the fervor of the hymns Lovett’s grandmother used to sing when he was younger, while the guitar-driving track “I Wanna Love You” (click here to listen: https://youtu.be/-0992GLinms) outlines the blueprint for winning at love and marriage. “Don’t tell me we lost, ‘cause I want to win,” sings Lovett to his significant other in a gliding tenor. “Love is hard but you’ve got to fight for what you want in the end.”

Providing the through-line for LOVE WINS is the upbeat declaration “Freedom.” Lovett wrote the song in response to the title track of his debut EP. “Thought I was free, thought I was free,” goes the refrain, “but I couldn’t hear the voice that’s locked inside of me. I want to be free from bondage my brother /my friend / so we can dance again.”

For more information on Royce Lovett visit his website at www.RoyceLovett.com and on all of his social media outlets at @RoyceLovett (FB, Twitter/IG).

Source: Motown Gospel

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