Razah - Higher

Posted 7 years ago
Tags: Razah
Producer:
Rykeyz
Album:
Razah (No Release Date)

Having split with Def Jam, Razah is ready to enjoy his free agent status—at least until he gets an offer from a label willing to take him as he is.  This brand new single finds the Jamaica-born, Brooklyn-raised singer feeling on top of the world, thanks to a budding romance with a woman who takes him Higher than he’s ever been before.  Razah’s smoother-than-ever voice and Rykeyz’ piano-driven production add up to a record sure to get spins just about everywhere imaginable, and one likely to leave the Def Jam brass wondering how they let the singer slip away.  Here’s hoping Razah can maintain that positive attitude until his new label comes knocking; since execs do visit this site, that may happen sooner than later.

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