ALISA SIMMS: RememberA 10-year veteran of the Chicago studio session circuit, Alisa Simms stretches her vocal wings on the up-and-coming R&B hit, "Remember". The Chicago-based singer/songwriter has crafted over the years a unique vocal style that demonstrates her use of beautiful melodies along with lush background vocals. The lead single "Remember," was co-written and produced by legendary producer and studio ace Jonathan â€œPonyâ€ Scales of Scalesoft Digital Media/Chicago.
The main R&B hit â€œRememberâ€ by Alisa Simms (the new â€œQueen of Chicago Soulâ€) is an infectious, synth-driven, bass-heavy groove that is accented with the coolest guitar licks and violin lines that would make any vintage soul and classical music lover smile with glee. And by the time the main hook rolls around, youâ€™ll be completely hooked by Alisaâ€™s sultry and smooth background harmonies. This CD (which is even suitable for a Chicago Stepperâ€™s contest) is definitely the finest mainstream R&B record today.
That's saying a lot, we know. But one listen and you will hear why this is simply the best R&B record of 2006. Alisaâ€™s compelling vocal range coupled with Jonathan's masterful production is unrivaled to say the least in R&B music today. So do yourself a favor and put your order in now for a true Grammy contender for R&B Song of the Year!
Alisa Simms is the classic show-biz story: an overnight sensation 10 years in the making. Her debut CD, â€œRememberâ€ is a crystal-clear triumph, and is much more old-school soul than contemporary R&B. Alisaâ€™s style indeed belongs to another era, but what a glorious era it was! How rare it is today to find a Soul/R&B singer that doesn't compromise her style just to sound "trendy". Her style will inevitably draw comparisons to Maysa Leak (of Incognito fame), though many would describe her as a female Eric Benet. Either way, fans of old-fashioned soul music will be glad Alisa is here. â€Rememberâ€ is truly the work of a very fascinating and talented female vocalist.
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