In The Spotlight

Michael Donaby – “Real Good Love”

Born and raised in Chicago, the career of this multi-talented singer, songwriter, producer and musician started in 1997 when he landed a record production deal. Influenced by the likes of Bobby Womack, Freddie Jackson and Tyrone Davis, his multi-genre sound ranges from R&B and blues via soulful ballads to contemporary gospel. He released his debut single “When The Music Stops” in 2017.

With a delicious smooth groove that would melt even the coldest of hearts, his new single douses some suave, soul-infused vibes with rose petal covered romanticism. The rousing rhythm, velvety strings and mild, 70s-style wah wah guitars shape a mellow, yet frisky atmosphere in which his seductive, soulful vocals and the vintage-dipped backing harmonies create some real good melodious love.

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Music History

Alison Moyet – “Ordinary Girl”

From her album “Raindancing” (1987):

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New Music

Danny Gokey – “New Day”

From his upcoming album “Haven’t Seen It Yet”, to be released on 12 April 2019:

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