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Ice Cream Everyday” by Amel Larrieux is a Nourishing Collection of Soulful Gems – Featured Artist & Album Review

Who doesn’t want “Ice Cream Everyday”? This is the  title of Amel Larrieux’s new album that dropped on Tuesday, which is a beautiful melange of soulful, and nourishing gems that fuel the soul, both lyrically and musically. From the opening track and first single, “Afraid”,  the listener is introduced to the incredible flow of lyrics and groove, that seamlessly complement each other as is true for the entire album. Often with music one is seduced by a voice,  or a groove alone. On “Ice Cream Everyday”, or any one of Larrieux’s previous albums, both voice, lyrics and groove work off each other. Who can’t resist smiling when Amel sings, “Like someone slipped me something, And that something’s you. Almost walked into a wall, Imagining your embrace. Had to snap myself out of the thought of your lips and their heavenly taste.” Don’t let the title fool you, this is no light pop album filled with rainbows and trite lyrics. On the contrary the title is meant to evoke a sense of happiness in the small things that occur everyday in life. Put this album on from beginning to end, and remember to enjoy the beautiful everyday process known as life. Read More >>

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