In February folks in the USA are checking for a groundhog to tell them if we are going to have a extended Winter or early Spring. Me on the other hand, I am checking my inbox or mailbox for new music a Charlie Wilson Joint that will let me know Spring is here and SUMMER will be HOT!
Uncle Charlie has done it again! This project is more of a journey that encompasses the entire career of Wilson by the songs that have been selected. From the spiritual, 80’s R&B Vibe, Club track, signature Charlie Wilson slow jams, the mix of HIP-Hop/Rap artist to bridge that connection between the old and new, gospel, soul, and R&B.
Whoever said that secular artist or continues to spread such lies, obviously doesn’t know Soul/Black Music because for the most we ALL come from a spiritual background, therefore it always comes out in our music regardless of what style of music artist choose!
With all that being said, In It To Win It (Charlie Wilson), opens and closes with dedication and love to God. I’m Blessed features T.I. and sets the CD on a musical journey. Charlie’s closing track is Amazing God. Tracks to check: Dance Tonight, gives you that infectious that Off the Wall, Rock Wit’cha Vibe. Ultimately, it’s the slow jams that are on fire! The one to watch and SHOULD be a single with video! Made for Love featuring Lalah Hathaway . Just love that song! The song Chills will be a summer favorite.
Featured on the CD with Charlie Wilson: Snoop Dogg, Robin Thicke, T.I., Wiz Khalifa, and Lalah Hathaway.
Another Spring & Summer with everyones favorite Uncle, Charlie Wilson, In It To Win It, in
stores! Available on Tidal, ITunes, and Spotify. Stream your copy today!
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