Rick Harris | So Black and Heavenly

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So Black and Heavenly

by Rick Harris

Smooth r&b with subtle classic jazz sound and laid back tempo power this track along with heartfelt lyrics.
Genre: Urban/R&B: Smooth Soul
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Wow! The long awaited song which epitomizes a climax in the history of r&b/soul music has arrived... Rick Harris single:
"So Black And Heavenly" is a song to be remembered and showcased for years to come due to it's true to life and timely message
encapsulated within it's lyrics that contain hope, positivity, and a ray of light for the empowerment and awakening of black people all over the world. With it's smooth, yet poignant melodic jazzy essence, coupled with the most amazing background vocals; this one produces an almost mesmerizing and captivating wave of vocals that can be compared to the Ray Charles hit "Georgia On My Mind". The song is laced with a bold french horn and a subtle classic drumroll that will put the listener in a night club mood, but also engage them in a modern social issue that current events have dictated regarding civil-rights and police brutality. The song resonates in positive reinforcement while Rick speaks of his struggle in urban America, and his realization and his interpretation of why he endured the hardships he did being black in America. This song is one for the history books...If you don't believe it just sit back, turn the volume up, and listen to the sounds of "So Black And Heavenly" by Rick Harris.



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