Tuesday, March 31, 2009

Keelay & Zaire - Alright With Me featuring Phonte & Dminor

In an effort to spread the message of uninfluenced and unconditional love, Keelay & Zaire bring us Alright With Me, the second official single from their debut album, Ridin High. Kee & Zee's smoothed out keys and bouncy bass provide the perfect backdrop for Dminor to spread his wings and take off. A hip-hop/soul vocalist from Los Angeles, Derek "Dminor" Young started his recording career at the age of 7 and has since produced or been featured on projects with artists such as Othello, Supastition, Styles of Beyond, Lovespirals, Muneshine, Emilio "Raks One" Rojas, MF Grimm, Louis Logic, and many more. His soul-filled voice dominates the first two-thirds of the track, as he sings passionately of the feelings he has for his lady, and the lack of interest he has in hearing what anyone else has to say about it; he knows they dig each other and to him that's all that matters. The song concludes with a special cameo from Phonte of Little Brother. Phonte describes his relationship by using the phrase "punch-drunk love;" the type of love where you can't even think straight when you're in the presence of your significant other. Phonte plays on this phrase when he says, "...Punch-drunk love we stay liquored up / 151 proof shining through the sunroof, let your hair down, girl, I gotta give it up to you."

Keelay & Zaire; Phonte; Dminor - Alright With Me

3 Comments:

Blogger ChocLitLuvJoi said...

Wow. Wasn't what I was expecting but I like it none the less. It had the feel of a 90's song and Tigaloo never disappoints. Cool beans putting them outh there...

April 1, 2009 at 12:02 AM  
Blogger ChocLitLuvJoi said...

*out

April 1, 2009 at 12:03 AM  
Blogger JayTeeDee said...

Real smooth track, my only complaint is that that Phontigga didn't go in long enough, j/k. Love it.

April 1, 2009 at 4:04 PM  

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