First Listen: Reel People x Sebb Junior x Smith - “Holla If You See Me”

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    (April 5, 2022) UK soul collective Reel People has been serving up delightful portions of classic R&B and funky house since 2001. With a slew of notable cuts fronted by the likes of Tony Momrelle, Omar, Angela Johnson, Angie Stone, and Raheem DeVaughn, their releases have consistently kept an authentic groove going with sophisticated arrangements and feel-good melodies.

    Reel People’s new single, “Holla If You See Me,” is an enticing slice of synth-funk featuring the contributions of prolific house producer Sebb Junior and Atlanta-based crooner Smith. The track’s swirls of entrancing keyboard fills are at one with Smith’s cool and crisp phrasing. The lyrics paint a vivid picture of a lover’s holiday via rhythmically engaging melodies layered seductively over the slinky beats.

    (April 5, 2022) UK soul collective Reel People has been serving up delightful portions of classic R&B and funky house since 2001. With a slew of notable cuts fronted by the likes of Tony Momrelle, Omar, Angela Johnson, Angie Stone, and Raheem DeVaughn, their releases have consistently kept an authentic groove going with sophisticated arrangements and feel-good melodies.

    Reel People’s new single, “Holla If You See Me,” is an enticing slice of synth-funk featuring the contributions of prolific house producer Sebb Junior and Atlanta-based crooner Smith. The track’s swirls of entrancing keyboard fills are at one with Smith’s cool and crisp phrasing. The lyrics paint a vivid picture of a lover’s holiday via rhythmically engaging melodies layered seductively over the slinky beats.

    “Holla If You See Me” signals Reel People’s ongoing exploration of the many avenues of soulful dance music undefined by traditional parameters. It’s also an impressive display of Smith’s melodic prowess that we’ll hopefully hear more of soon. In the meantime, kick back and enjoy the hypnotic vibes of “Holla If You See Me.” You might just find yourself caught in a groove with a majestic quality that surely warrants an extended mix.

    by Justin Kantor

     
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