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Mariea Antoinette | Give Me Your Love

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Give Me Your Love

by Mariea Antoinette

Genre: Urban/R&B: R&B Pop Crossover
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In this single release, I am pushing the boundaries of the traditional harp music from classical to smooth sexy R&B music.
You can dance to the elegant and rhythmic sounds of added guitar, bass, drums, strings and semi vocals. However the harp is the lead instrument produced and executed artfully and tasteful elegantly but funky. I enjoy being a trend setter when it comes to my music. You will be amazed that the harp can be played in such a surprising approach.
Sit back relax and enjoy something new fresh and exciting.



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Who knew the magical sound of the harp could find a home on the funk side of the Jazz world? San Diego native Marie Antoinette’s repertoire includes Classical, Jazz and R&B, which she has showcased at Walt Disney Hall and of course out on the Jazz in Pink tour. Her debut single “Give Me Your Love” is a sensual, funky fresh re-imagining of the love song from Curtis Mayfield’s iconic Super Fly soundtrack. Keeping her spirited, melodic harp lines front and center, she creates a bold blend of old school with soul sensibilities, symphonic atmospheres and sizzling brass. “Give Me Your Love”… and more of it, please! ~Jonathan Widran