Jackson Breit is an Los Angeles based, Virginia born singer/songwriter and is taking on 2021 with a steady string of new music. Jackson has built a loyal fan base around his native Virginia Beach and the southeast region, and strengthened that following while attending Tulane University in New Orleans. Some of his recent releases include “679 & No Diggity”, “Jasmine” and “Stickwitu”.
His newest track is called, “Straight Shooter” and it begins with some relaxing acoustic guitar chords and calming synths to really draw the listener in. His vocals are the centerpiece of the track as the simple, yet tasteful production leaves a lot of room for his lyrics to stand out. The track itself could be a great track for a nice drive on your way to your next vacation, as covid starts to give way. It makes me think of some happy memories that I’ve had with some loved ones, and all the possibilities of future memories to be made!
When asked about the song, Jackson says:
“The song is about the day I met my girlfriend, got her number, and then contemplated if I should call immediately or “play it cool” and wait. In other words, did I want to play games or be a straight shooter?”
Chris Delente is a freelance writer, audio engineer/producer, and overall music obsessor who has lived in the Washington D.C. area since birth. He is also a huge Washington Redskins fan, and an equally enthusiastic supporter of all D.C. sports.
Kaelab Riyan Folks is a singer/songwriter from Staunton, VA. Short and sweet, his genre consists of a pop-like R&B sound. He is known as a hopeless romantic, and he likes to make his music about the realistic emotional encounters he has faced. We are just beginning to learn about him, but we see a ton of potential going forward!
His newest track is called, “Save Your Love” it definitely fits into his genre range. The piano chords that are the center piece of the instrumental are simple, but has that pop-element we look for that keeps your head bopping. His vocals are impressive, as he sings, “Save Your Love” during the hook which will easily get stuck in the listener’s head. One of our favorite parts of the track are his ability to vocally harmonize in areas. Check out the track below.