Tuesday, December 26, 2017

Adrian Marcel

ISR Music Magazine

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Adrian Marcel - Seven days of weak


Born May 22, 1990, as Marcel Williams the R&B singer known as Adrian Marcel is a native of East Oakland. Marcel attended Oakland School for the Arts and earned early support from Bay Area music giant Raphael Saadiq, who presented Marcel's first mixtape; "7 Days of Weak".

Saadiq famous for his 14 Grammy nods and two wins (Tony Tone Toni, Erykah Badu, D'Angelo) is the perfect heaven-sent mentor for the young balladeer.

I have this mixtape stuck on repeat. I am loving Adrian Marcel's silky voice and confident sound. This new artist is off to a great start for sure following the chart success he had with Sage the Gemini "2AM".

All I can say is this mixtape was as well executed as any new R&B album out, and I look forward to hearing more from Adrian.

But even with a chart hit and sexy video after "2AM's" success so many people have slept on Adrian.

"7 Days" is a short and wonderful Cd and since I have always enjoyed Raphael Saadiq I knew I couldn't go wrong.

You do not have to skip any songs. It's perfect for a long drive at night out of town or in town. His voice is flawless.

Great r&b and hip hop combination. Soulful voice, and excellent material. Don't sleep on this man's talent.

itunes.apple.com/us/album/7-days-of-weak

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