by The Alchemist
Jamal Plummer is a singer, songwriter, dancer and overall amazing artist from northern Virginia. He effortlessly defines the words passion and soulful through song. Delivering strong, early 90’s pop vocals to the forefront of his music, he is on the rise to share his essence with the world.
His newest track is called, “Higher.” It is an uplifting message to the black community: Together anything is possible. Together we will go forward. We will go higher. Plummer sings with passion and takes us to church! This song and his voice is something you will want to hear over and over again.
As we listened we were inspired to continue to fight for change. The vocals and lyricism were incredibly well put together, and reminded us of Usher. The production has a bit of a bouncy texture to it with the kick, yet the overall feel is very comforting. Check out the track below.
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