John John & A_Phake | What Can We Do Again?

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What Can We Do Again?

by John John & A_Phake

John John, born John Francis Jr., loves to sing. grew up in the culturally rich area of Laventille. In his home at St. Barbs he immersed himself with the tunes of Boyz to Men, Jodeci, 112, Stevie Wonder, Donnie Hathaway, Bilal and Musiq Soulchild also the music of the land, played steelpan as a teenager for his secondary school, when he left school joined the Youth Pulse Choir under the directive of ASCAP winner Sterling Gittens, where he received vocal training. This bombardment of R&B Soul combined with his amazing voice creates not just music, but a feeling. John John released his first album in 2013 called CITAGRANDSON under Highway Records and have performed at many spots during his career: La Casa De Ibiza, Kaiso Blues Café, Drink Wine Bar and in 2015 performed at Tobago Jazz Experience’s Youthopia. John recently completed a Certificate in Music Technology and will be releasing new music soon.
Genre: Urban/R&B: Soul
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"John John is a prolific songwriter who has been signed to the Highway Records Label. In 2014, he released his debut album entitled CITAGRANDSON to positive reviews. This talented artist continues to develop his craft as he fuses varying genres and makes them his own." New Fire

"Soul is, in the words of writer Nelson George, “a one word summation of our [Black America’s] spirit, our desires and self-esteem.” In T&T in the 1970s, local bands like Kalyan and Sound Revolution flirted with the sounds and rhythms of soul music and channelled its celebratory spirit. In 2013, a new avatar for soul has arrived.

John John debuts as the local poster boy for neo-soul singers with his first album Citagrandson on Highway Records. The self-penned 12 tracks on this CD paint the picture of a young man discovering his true self and exploring his longings. “Let’s Make Music” is brutally frank about his desires: “…take off those clothes/make 10 toes 20, your chakras exposed.” " I RAdio TT Nigel Campbell



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