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Jarell Perry Releases Simple Things Artwork & Tracklisting

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Jarell Perry Releases Simple Things Artwork & Tracklisting

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Los Angeles based singer/songwriter Jarell Perry presents to you his highly anticipated debut album, Simple Things, available for free download March 18 on JarellPerry.com. Simple Things is a fourteen track LP that takes you on a melodic journey driven by powerful vocals and raw emotions inspired by personal life experiences. Perry crosses musical genres by incorporating traditional/contemporary r&b, electro-pop, and dubstep.

“Simple Things is the truest introduction of myself to the world. Musically, I’m exploring all of the sounds I’m a fan of right now, from indie-acoustic to dubstep and chill-wave. Lyrically, I wanted to capture some basic human emotions that can’t always be explained in a love song. Those are the simple things I want people to take away. Every song describes a certain moment – take, eat, it’ll be the soundtrack to your life.”

Tracklisting:

1. Win
2. Awkward
3. Getaway
4. 925
5. Happy 4 U (ft. Thurz)
6. Catching Neon
7. All Aboard
8. Healing
9. First Time
10. ILWYHO
11. Wake Up
12. Whiskey A Go Go
13. Perfect
14. If It Ain’t Too Late

Bonus Tracks:
First Time (ft. Nacho Picasso, Locksmith, & Torae)

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