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At Ease

by Easy Evans

Soul-stirring melodies, infectious production, and heartfelt self-penned lyrics, D.C.’s Easy Evans is breathing new life back to R&B with his feel good extended play
Genre: Urban/R&B: Contemporary urban
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  Song Share Time Download
1. At Ease
4:23 $0.99
2. It's True
4:36 $0.99
3. Not to Late
4:25 $0.99
4. Let Loose
4:29 $0.99
5. May I
4:19 $0.99
6. Talk to Me
4:51 $0.99
7. Miss Communication
4:06 $0.99
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Album Notes
At Ease- After deciding to record my project I mentioned the concept to people. I told them that the concept would introduce me as an artist and also show my easy-going demeanor that most say that I show. My trusted friends told me that I had to stretch my range and show soul otherwise nobody would like it. I did the opposite and as a result they liked it. My fears about producing a CD for people to criticize all became at ease after I wrote the song.
It’s True- This song is about the possible end of a love affair. I try to keep my relationships in tact when sub-consciously I know the end is near. While I wanted my ex-girlfriend to know that she was the most forefront lady on my mind but at times that wasn’t enough. I wrote this song for all the men who try at least make their efforts known before the break up.
Not 2 Late- This track is very personal for me because it really talked about my fears, determination, and success toward my goals. In each verse I have a whisper a response to myself such as “(Mom and pops sell my CDs) I can do this”. These were the things I kept asking myself during this project whenever I felt negative energy.
Let Loose- I knew that I wanted a “party” song. So I thought about all the things in my experience that leads to a good time. Sometimes I leave straight from work “to the after work spot” to the club for some fun. I daydream of girls dropping it like it’s hot on this one.
May I- This was the first song I wrote for this extended play. After recording it I was so happy to sing “at ease” in the first verse of the song. I polled my married friends and asked them the why, how, and what questions of marriage. In the end I found that men were more positive with their responses than women.
Talk To Me- The last song I recorded on this project deals with high expectations not being met in relationships. I’m misunderstood when I communicate and I think that is everyone’s experience. When will we all learn to talk to our lovers the way that we talk to our best friends? That is the question that popped in my mind when I decided to write this track.
MissCommunication- My producer/friend wrote this song about a one-night stand that he had with a stalker. This song took the longest time to record. I learned so much about studio recording with this song that I know how to approach my future recordings. My overall intent for this song was to come across slick.



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