For Release November 13, 2017
-- . FACE will release his DEBUT SINGLES titled “808” & "Pussy Power" on November 13, 2017, on RUN THE PLAY ENTERTAINMENT. FACE, the Chicago, Illinois bred singer/songwriter/rapper has teamed up with multi-platinum producer Cam Wallace (the beat man behind “Paradise” & “No Exit” ) on Chris Brown’s New Album Heartbreak Full Moon , as well as Beyoncé’s smash hit “Upgrade you” to create, “808” & "Pussy Power".
Listen to “Pussy Power” & "808" HERE.
FACE stands at the threshold of a music career that will span for decades with the unprecedented critical acclaim he is poised to get from the release of “808” & "Pu**y's Power". He demonstrates an undeniable gift for songwriting and delivers silky smooth vocals that will put him on a trajectory to becoming an icon. “808” is a catchy, hard-hitting, sexy, mid-tempo rap/singing record with flawlessly smooth lyrics. With its groovy baseline, distinct melodies, and FACE’s range of vocals from rap to singing, this record expertly tows the line between Hip-Hop and R&B, delivering a smash that anyone can bump in their car or bounce to in the club.
“Pussy Power” is a sensual and provocative balled that showcases his seductive voice putting him in a class with R&B heavy hitters like Tank. The feel of the song reminds me of Ushers “Can you Handle it”, it immediately puts you in “the mood”. It’s an unquestionable sex playlist addition. While the title is provocative, the song is empowering to women and highlights the strength of a woman. In an age where our president has verbally and physically abused women, this song reminds women they are powerful and don’t have to be ashamed of their sexuality or hide from it. The lyrics are deep & clever with vocals expertly delivered by FACE. “Pussy Power” will undoubtedly be the ladies anthem of the year!
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Raised in Chicago, IL, FACE – – like so many of the greats before him—cultivated his voice in the church as a young boy finding inspiration from already iconic voices in Gospel, R&B, and Hip-Hop. When asked who influenced him the most, he rattles off an impressive list: Fred Hammond, John P. Kee, Tank, Usher, Brandy, Kanye West, Twista, & John Legend, the majority of them having Chicago or Midwestern roots.
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