‘Don't Run From Me’ is a daunting new song from Jarell Perry and Locksmith. The two have already collaborated on a number of songs, and will be hitting the road together next month for a string of live dates. The pair will hit LA (11/15), New York (12/10), and San Francisco (12/30). Look out for more tour dates to be announced in the coming weeks.
‘Don't Run From Me’
To paraphrase the boys of Spinal Tap, sometimes 10 isn't enough to turn up. Los Angeles crooner Jarell Perry has teamed up with The Cool Kids' Chuck Inglish to unleash ‘Eleven’, another of Perry's now patented slow burning head nodders.
The debut single from his upcoming ‘White EP’ - available December 10 - ‘Eleven’ personifies the addictive and equally as toxic one-upmanship of urban pop culture.
"All I need is more / bring it to eleven," Perry sings, with the same cool confidence that had URB.com swooning over "the sublime perfection in his voice" and others proclaiming that "the future of R&B has arrived" with the release of Perry's debut album, ‘Simple Things’.
Since the release of ‘Simple Things’ in April, Jarell Perry has been hard at work in the studio perfecting his intoxicatingly smooth sound. He'll be unveiling much of the new material - as well as "old" favourites - with a string of gigs to finish out the year, as stated above.
Full details for the tour are on his website: www.jarellperry.com as well as ticket purchases!
Turn up the energy level all the way to ‘Eleven’ and beyond!
‘Eleven’ ft. Chuck Inglish
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