Jagged Edge - You Look Good With Me

Posted 6 years ago
Brian Casley and Brandon Casley
The Remedy

Some couples look like they were made for each other – you know, the ones who get mistaken for husband and wife despite having met only hours before. OK, I don’t think that happens much outside of romantic comedies, but you get the picture. On You Look Good With Me, the follow-up to reader-acclaimed Remedy lead single Tip of My Tongue, veteran R&B foursome Jagged Edge let a special lady know just how brightly she shines when they’re together. Backed by the Casley brothers’ mellow, piano-led beat, which features cameos from a few of the percussion family’s more obscure members (Flexatone, anyone?), Brandon, Brian, Kyle and Richard deliver silky-smooth harmonies sure to have R&B-lovers head over heels – I was going to say “drippin’ all over like a ball of wax,” but that sounds really weird out of context. In any case, Jagged Edge devotees and new fans alike can hear more on the babymaking music masters’ hotly-anticipated comeback LP, scheduled to hit record stores and online retailers May 18.

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