Lee Carr - Never Let U Go

Posted 8 years ago
Tags: Leron Young , Club
Producer:
Mental Instruments
Album:
In The Third Lane

After paying his dues on New York’s underground scene, singer/songwriter/producer Lee Carr finally got a break when a major label record deal fell to his feet.  Before thinking it’s all sunshine and roses for Mr. Carr, though, allow us to inform you that his new label is Jive Records; notorious for constantly delaying their artists’ projects.  Since introducing a brand new artist is never an easy task, Lee will try his best hand with the slow ballad, Never Let U Go.  Setting himself apart, like many before him, Carr puts a little voice box into the chorus (Jive must be having a sale on them) and adds an old-school beat courtesy of the Mental Instruments.  All in all it makes for an enjoyable track, but will it get the label’s attention?

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