AR Base Releases New Song “Grievous Words”
- Back in earlier February, Los Angeles-based Gospel/R&B singer-songwriter AR Base released his fourth studio album “Press On” for the first time in two years.
Followed by, he released the second single “Grievous Words” from the album on February 26th.
The song was written by AR Base and produced by Shawn Hibbler. The track is mid tempo R&B sound with his soulful vocals and chorus.
AR Base said of the song, “Grievous Words was inspired from my own mistakes. Saying more than need to be said. Broken friendships and that really did not need to be. And a quest for a path of peace.”
The album “Press On” comprises of 13-track including the first single "Mirror Mirror", which was released in 2017, and features guest appearances from Tamara Lloyd and Endoxodos.
He has worked with producers Shawn Hibbler, Jason Shepherd and Floyd “Flip Matrix” Wilcox on the album.
The album features R&B ballad, Hip-Hop and '90s pop sound.
He explained the album, “I write my songs for everyone. The downtrodden, people who have fallen or given up. I want them to succeed in every area of their lives.”
AR Base started writing songs at the age of seven. He supported with Stevie Wonder, Patti LaBelle, Donnie McClurkin and Shirley Cesar as backup vocals.
He debuted in 2010, since then, he has released three albums "Change My Heart" (2010), "Love Worship" (2014) and "Come Close" (2016).
In 2015, he won 2015 Best Gospel Song at Akademia Awards.
He will perform at Bible Faith Church on October 20th and The Joseph Nelson Center on December 8th in Los Angeles.
Learn more about tour dates, click here.
- source : SoulTracks