RnB group IMAGE releases new single Who Do You Love?
The sound of band IMAGE takes you back to those classic vintage RnB moments. From the outset, the single “Who Do You Love?” sets the characteristic mood with its groovy beat, soulfully harmonising vocalists and instrumentation. It invites you in, very much in a soulful fashion. As you would expect ads that electronic instrumentation that the 50s introduced and the 60s adopted a bit too systematically. But with the nostalgic cliche comes a lot of the good, such as the smoothness, the saxophone and more. In particular, the harmonies exploit the different vocal ranges to the song’s advantage, giving it a unique touch within the style. The track replunges you right in an unforgettable era, a feat seldom accomplished with today’s music.
The song has some big names attached to it. Platinum producer and songwriter Charles Simmons wrote and produced the song and signed the band to his label Opulence Records. The Blitz Brothers and top-charting Jazz group GTF’s Richard Blitz recorded and engineered the song at Blitz Recordings Studio. The track arrangement and the artists’ dedication shows they refuse to compromise on the style that is so close to who they are. To be this dedicated to share with their ideal audience in spite of any obstacles gives them that headstart on success.
The single is available now on open.spotify.com/album/1Wjg4DqYBUK6giwau31wKU?si=2nirBOxpQDK8dTDMlEzaug
About the group IMAGE
IMAGE are former US Navy colleagues Johnnie McKnight and Kenneth Sexton, joined by Jeffrey Nixon and Palmer Perkins. Both the former band members were introduced to the group by their then producer, the late Clarence Bell.