Jazz, Hip hop and club artist Golden Boy (Fospassin) has just released his new Single, “Blues Jazz Love,” including 2 complete new tracks. Having released material in 2005, 2006, and 2007, Cameroon-born Golden Boy has spent the last three years honing his stage performance all over the world, but with 2 full-length Jazz tracks under his belt, he has decided to publish a new single rather than make his fans wait any longer.
Now living in Marietta, GA, Golden Boy (Fospassin) music has been awarded more than 15 times in 2 years. Some of his accolades are: Special Mention, Music Aid Awards 2006 (United Nations); Best Video of the Year Nominee, LA Music Awards 2006; and Honorable Mention, Indie Music Awards 2006. He receives more than 15,000 weekly radio airplay reports worldwide.
Golden Boy (Fospassin) new single “Blues Jazz Love” should see him continue on the upward trajectory his career has been taking. It’s more of his eclectic sound, with that hazy reverb-filled sound juxtaposing ragged guitars and lamenting vocals. There’s a heavier rock influence on this song than in the past. With the release of this single, Golden Boy reopens our eyes as to why we love his experimental sounds. His ability to mix various styles and expand upon the palette and script of urban music makes “Blues Jazz Love” simply terrific and diverse track.
“Blues Jazz Love” is different from the songs Golden Boy (Fospassin) has released previously. This song has an edgier sound. It has a level of trippy ambiance with much more focus on the guitars, showing the many variations of artistry that Golden Boy possess. In an era where the music industry stresses danceability over singing ability and caters to entertainers over those with real talent, it’s refreshing to find a universal artist like Golden Boy (Fospassin) able to diversify into his own, off the beaten track style, in the midst of all the vapid and forgettable music we hear on the charts.
“Blues Jazz Love” is very unusual in its construction, compared to the regular pop song. Instead of relying on the usual verse-chorus-verse formula, the entire song sounds like it is constructed on a bridge or refrain passage. This is something I have hardly heard done before, soo hats off to Golden Boy (Fospassin), for once again attempting something new in his music!