Rhett Frazier Inc Escape from Dee-Troyt

Straight out of the box, Frazier starts the party with “U Can’t Stop,” priming the dance floor around a memorable hook.
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Straight out of the box, Frazier starts the party with “U Can’t Stop,” priming the dance floor around a memorable hook. He then throws down some deeply funky vocals over the Wurly-laced “Nuthin” and unleashes a Prince-worthy falsetto on “U Can’t Stop.” Synth wiz Donny Gruendler’s keyboard flavors range from smooth synth pads on “Mirrors” to the vibey piano on the ballad “Faultline.” The music harkens as much to Ted Nugent’s Motor City Madman rock as it does to Motown soul, and the amalgam really works. (rhettfrazierinc.com)

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