When it comes to the radio, I've heard "single af" by Fousheé only once (at the beginning of the year).
And it's unfortunate. Fousheé does what I hear rarely in R&B today:
Forget ad-libs. She croons all in the chorus. Not only crooning, but crooning in a falsetto over a super-slow tempo. That Ronald Isley affect.
It's only that Fousheé's female vocals, punctuated by staccatos, is reminiscent of "Loving You" by Minnie Ripperton.
It doesn't sound like a throw-back song though. Fousheé Hip Hop-influenced flow (on the verses) puts her among contemporaries in popular R&B.
A review of "single af" (Fousheé).
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