J. Rose is back with her new project Turn the Page. And we love the traditional R&B feel of it. It’s been missing. When asked how she wants the album to be received, here’s what J. Rose said:
I want people to feel the vibe and authenticity of the music. R&B music used to be so real. Almost like you felt like you were in their place for a second. One thing I want people to take away from this album, I just want people to know R&B is still here and the sounds and stories are authentic. I want people to go there with me. Feel what I feel in that moment. We all need R&B. This genre is not dead.
Listen to J. Rose’s Turn The Page and tell us if you feel her.
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