Just because it’s closer to Thanksgiving than Valentines Day doesn’t mean it’s a bad time for a Dozen Roses. Thanks to Cali crooner Jamillions, we are being treated to a fresh, audible bouquet. On Roses, the artist’s first Booth feature since 2009’s Uh Huh, Jam employs a smooth, squeaky-clean approach. Atop Rob-E’s soft, poignant instrumental, he sings to a special lady, exhibiting a passion that makes his words ring true. For Dozen Roses and much more, we encourage you to cop Jamillions’s The Rebirth LP, which was released to iTunes earlier this month.
Written by Lucas G. on 11/19/13
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