PRLog - April 2, 2012 - DETROIT -- Independent recording artist, J.Poww, ventures into uncharted territory with his latest project—a remake of the 90s R&B classic—“Let's Chill.” Guy—the male trio who’s members comprised of Aaron Hall, Teddy Riley and Damion Hall (who replaced original member Timmy Gatling)—originally released “Let's Chill” in 1990 on their sophomore album, The Future, under Geffen Records. The song made it to #3 on the Billboard R&B charts. Those who have heard J.Poww's version say that he has “created a new feel to an old classic.”
Not only is this the first remake of “Let's Chill,” but the first song that J.Poww has ever professionally re-recorded. As a known songwriter, he generally writes all his music including the #1 hit “Something’
After only two days on SoundClick.com, J.Poww's remake of "Let's Chill" climbed its way to #3 on the Urban Charts. SoundClick is a leading online music community with 3.4 million members and over 70 million monthly page views. J.Poww's "I'm Not in Love”, which was also produced by Brasco, topped the Soundclick charts at #2 in 2010.
The remake of “Let's Chill” will appear on J.Poww’s new solo album Soul and Swag slated to be released later this year under his independent record label, Powwer Moves Records. The album will include a mix of R&B and Hip-Hop as the artist stays true to his ability to dominant multiple genres and his equal love of both.
To hear the remake of “Let’s Chill” or for more information, visit http://www.jpoww.com or contact Powwer Moves at email@example.com.
About J. Poww
J. Poww was one of the lead singers of U.N.V. — the first urban act to sign on Madonna’s Maverick/Warner Bros label. J. Poww made his writing debut with “Something’
While experiencing national success as a singer, J.Poww was also known for his lyrical abilities. Shortly after his success with the R&B group U.N.V., J.Poww began pursing his Hip-Hop career. J.Poww, along with long-time friend Cris Phat a.k.a. Kingsize, formed the rap duo J & the Phatman. Their first single “Keep It Comin,” produced by chart-topping producers Soul Shock & Karlyn, sold thirty-two thousand units. The group also made monumental strides as the first music artists from Michigan to appear on Yo! MTVRaps.
J. Poww’s first R&B solo album, J. Poww The Headliner, sold over 85,000 units and featured hits such as “Fall in Love All Over Again” featuring Q. Parker of 112 and “Who You Gone Believe” written by the late great Gerald Levert. He followed strong with his sophomore album, Journey of a Man, and a Hip-Hop album, Split Personality, shortly after.
J.Poww now prepares for his latest project, Soul and Swag, which features classic R&B with a mix of contemporary R&B and Hip-Hop as he continues to deliver something for every musical taste. J. Poww’s music can be purchased at every major online outlet or at www.jpoww.com.