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The Suits

by Jerome Lee

"The Suits" is a 2015 single release from veteran bassist/vocalist Jerome Lee. An R&B/Soul single with Jerome's own deep grooves within. A view of the world by someone where everyone who wears a suit must be encountered in order to maintain social status.
Genre: Urban/R&B: Soul
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“The Suits” begins with a futuristic synthesizer intro that snaps into a tight and funky groove topped off with a classy sounding jazz flavored piano. The lyrics immediately start and express the desire to establish yourself on the societal ladder. These are lyrics that everyone can identify with. The expansive chord progressions take the song into interesting roads and tunnels and keep this clean sounding production groovy and entertaining beginning to end. You can listen to “The Suits” on our Prime Cuts Playlist on Spotify and follow Jerome Lee on the links below. Please continue to support artists like Jerome and share this music with everyone you know.

Review by The Butcher
The Music Butcher Music Blog
December 14, 2017

Review of "The Suits" by Jerome Lee
OMG I love this song! Most likely because I am a child of the 80s and 90s. Straight upbeat and positive song about wearing a suit. I can totally see this song in a movie. Please check out Jerome Lee's song "The Suits" here below.

Review by Sister Dorothy
Sister Dorothy's Music Blog
September 13, 2017

The Suits by Jerome Lee is a R&B track that touches upon the styles of the 1980s and 1990s to build upon a very current and contemporary sound.
The current sound of the track is predicated on how successfully it builds this blueprint; hints of Michael Jackson, Stevie Wonder, and Herbie Hancock can all be heard here.
Jerome’s vocals are a particularly high point to the composition, while the backing instrumentation create a canvas upon wish Lee can weave a compelling voice with a fun little narrative.
The drums and synths found here add further fullness to this track, which has a replay value that is unparalleled.

Review by James McQuiston
NeuFutur Magazine
Features, Music Reviews
June 2, 2016

Jerome Lee is a music industry veteran with more than four decades of experience playing electric bass, singing, songwriting, recording, touring and teaching.

He has worked with a wide variety of artists that include Oscar winning musician and producer Niki Buzz, talented Japanese vibraphonist Oy Takahashi, modern jazz saxaphonist Tom Borton, 80's funk rockers Urban Artillery, rising neo-soul stars TN'T, rockabilly guitar legend Jackie Lee Cochran, blues masters the King Brothers, early rock and soul pioneer Curtis Knight, and Dutch singer/songwriter Sonny Griffin.

Jerome's passion for travel and love of music has taken him around the globe, performing and recording in cities as diverse as Amsterdam, Brussels, Cagliari, Casablanca, Las Vegas, London, Los Angeles, New York City, Salzburg and Tokyo.

While living in the Netherlands, he recorded and released his own CD titled, "Life This Time", a refreshing mix of soul, jazz and r&b music.

In the autumn of 2015, Jerome released a new single titled "The Suits", a fresh soul statement that harkens to the days of early soul music.

In the winter of 2016, Jerome released a new single titled "Song for My Family", a solo bass mid-tempo ballad with a lush arrangement that is an ode to a family's love around the world.

Jerome is a longtime BMI member. For more background info, please go to http://www.jeromelee.net/.



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