J Sutta – I Say Yes Feat. Rico Love

J Sutta I Say Yes

J Sutta is turning into one of our favorite new artists. With her sultry vocals, impeccable production behind the voice, and graceful harmony with the instrument, J Sutta’s voice is packaged for the big stage.

They dynamics on this one! We keep preaching dynamics here at rBeatz, and I Say Yes is a great example of a dynamic arrangement. The song takes our energy all over the place in a fluid manner, starting off slow and soulful on the melody side of things, then taking us to an anticipation build right into a swinging groove on the percussion side of things paired with an almost folky-style harmony between J Sutta and Rico Love.

The song then slows down to a hip-hop rap bridge that’s fairly hyphy, back to an anticipation build, and then into a slow trap/hip-hop style. The dynamics take the listener on a fluid roller-coaster of various music genres in this one.

The phrase, “I Say Yes” became important to J Sutta’s journey, so she named her new album, I Say Yes Available now in the iTunes store. The plight of an artist is not only being self-critical, but to also be open to stepping outside of your comfort zone and experimenting with the creative process until something clicks. It’s important to say “yes” to new opportunities, especially in the art world. Most people don’t hear or see the scrapped ideas, but the finished product comes from that experimenting process of trust and saying “yes’ to yourself and the collaborative forces around you.

J Sutta is a Los Angeles artist, recording her album in both Los Angeles and Miami with Rico Love, S-X (Lil Wayne, Tinie Tempah) The Code, Cid, Danny Majjic and Dave Aude (Selena Gomez, U2, Madonna) with features from Pitbull, Hopsin, Fuse ODG and Rico Love. She recorded with PITBULL! That’s huge! We’re excited to hear what’s next for the rising star!

Rico Love is huge in the music industry as a singer-songwriter, record producer and rapper. Love was found by Usher back in the day while rapping in Atlanta, Georgia. Usher loved what he heard from Love (pun intended) and signed him to US Records/J Records. He was then requested to write Throwback for the triple-grammy winning album, Confessions. The rest is history. Love was also responsible for writing and producing Love Like ThisSweet Dreams and Boyfriend #2. J Sutta is certainly in good company.

Chris Stack

After graduating from Kenyon College, Chris Stack joined a branding and marketing startup, BrandYourself (as seen on SharkTank), in New York City. After leading the company to grow past profitability as a leading account manager, Chris set his sights on his passion: music. He currently runs his own LLC in New York City, helping musicians in the city with their online presence and marketability. A native of the Washington DC area, Chris Stack's passions and hobbies include music production (8 years on Ableton), marketing, baseball (Mets), football (Ravens), Netflix n chillin, and the experience economy.

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