PRLog - March 18, 2014 - LOS ANGELES -- March 18, 2014 (Los Angeles, CA) – Los Angeles based producer Anthony Valadez brings us his latest release, In Search Of… a contemplative work encompassing pieces reflecting his growth and progress catalyzed by new relationships, encounters and culture; a continuance to the preceded album Just Visiting. The album includes several features with lauded musicians including Miles Bonny, Zack Seckoff, Kathrin deBoer, as well as a collaboration with the venerable Jimetta Rose on the love song “Stars Above”
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Jimetta clemently bellows an ardent ballad amidst a milieu of soft riffs and mellow percussions gracefully crafted by Valadez. Her spectral harmonies compliment his relaxed yet satiated production. Adding further depth and engrossment to the track are Jimetta’s ad-libs so cleverly incorporated to capture the roller-coaster of emotions that so many of us experience in love. Her writing is deliberately uncomplicated allowing listeners to truly be enraptured by such an exquisite melodic experience.
Jimetta’s work with Anthony Valadez is only a glimpse into her diverse talents as a singer and songwriter. She also has upcoming projects with Carlos Nino, DJ House Shoes and Georgia Anne Muldrow. Expect much more from Jimetta Rose this year and onward.
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About Jimetta Rose:
Los Angeles native soul songstress Jimetta Rose, is a mainstay in the LA independent music scene. Her music is not constrained by a rigid expectation of what art is or isn't, as she draws inspiration from Jazz, R&B and Hip-Hop. Jimetta Rose has collaborated with many of the most popular artists and DJs including Miguel Atwood-Ferguson, Blu, The Decoders, Alice Russell, Talib Kweli, Meshell N’Dgeocello, Erykah Badu, Shafiq Husayn, DJ House Shoes, Bilal, and many more.
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