CJ Holland - Night & Day

Posted 4 years ago
Producer:
JR Rotem
Album:
Untitled (TBD)

I realize this is your first time but don’t worry, Booth readers; CJ Holland will be gentle, take it slow and do whatever’s necessary to leave you satisfied. No, I’m not making tongue-in-cheek use of sexual innuendo to describe the up-and-coming R&B singer’s DJBooth.net debut—he’s actually on his way to your place of residence right now, and he’s going to make sweet love to you. While you’re waiting, though, why not take a listen to Smyrna, Tennessee crooner’s latest buzz single? Night & Day finds pop powerhouse J.R. Rotem working his magic behind the boards, crafting a retro-funky synth instrumental to back Holland as he attempts to persuade a special girl (played by a sadly-uncredited guest vocalist) to let him be her first. Ever the gentleman, though, he makes clear that he’s “down to wait” as long as it takes for her to get comfortable. So, readers, are you ready… to hear more music from CJ Holland? In addition to downloading this jam for free at the artist’s official site, fans can keep it locked for further details on the up-and-comer’s yet-unscheduled/untitled Lava Records debut.

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