A recent trend in the R&B game has seen behind-the-scenes veterans (writers and producers) emerging with records that feature only their singing. Following in the footsteps of Ne-Yo, Johnta Austin, Ryan Leslie, Dallas Austin, and Sean Garrett, 22-year old Armél is ready to become the next triple-threat artist in line. As he demonstrates the art of smooth conversation around the ladies, things progress faster than expected as Armél proclaims “I Took It Down.” With a guest feature by Juelz Santana, and L.T. Hutton’s low bass beat, Armel might find himself skipping to the front of the line sooner than expected. Armél’s upcoming untitled album has no current release date.
Written by Burmy on 02/12/08
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