Brandon Hines ft. Ryan Leslie - Find You

Posted 7 years ago
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Producer:
Mental Instruments
Album:
Promo Single

For the past few years, Brandon Hines has been one of the better-known singers in independent R&B, having released the critically acclaimed Love Music album as well as its follow-up EP, Weather.  After plenty of waiting on his fans’ part, the Detroit-NYC representative is finally reaching out to mainstream ears with his brand-new promo single and debut Booth feature.  The new record sees Brandon pursuing a woman who’s proven a a little difficult to get ahold of.  That’s a small thing to a giant, though, because Hines is willing to go anywhere and do anything to “Find You.”  Ryan Leslie provides the all-important industry co-sign with an 8-bar rap verse and frequent Hines producers Mental Instruments step it up for the big leagues with a smooth, jazzy piano beat.  Brandon Hines has yet to be scooped up by a major, but Find You should be just the thing to get labels interested—let the bidding war begin, baby!

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