Youth Prodigy Ray Goren releases his latest masterpiece FREE, making his debut album the first of what will be many fantastic releases.
“I Ain’t got no manners, And you Ain’t got a clue, Tonight it’s all on you”
Dynamic young musician Ray Goren embraces elements of New Jack Swing, Hip Hop, Soul, R&B, and Rock on his new six-song EP, Free. “Manners” quickly catches the listener with its quirky keyboards (played by Goren, as are all instruments on the album) and rap-soul vocals. There have been many that would give acclaim to Goren’s work, and of his talents as a musician, which are all true, but for one so young to create music with the soulful and deepness that is found on FREE, it is simply music magic.
With all aspects of the album, written, composed and performed by Ray Goren, touching every part of it with his natural sense of musical competency, it is no wonder he has been referred to as the youngest man to gain the respect of every music industry professional and journalist today. The title track FREE is afire with energy, while tracks like Love Gone Wrong and Back to Me and Don’t Know Better are deep soulful and emotional, drawing the listener into his world. The songs Manners and Emergency are bold and expressive, very urban and have a spike of revolt. Ray Goren, who is known for his guitar work is showing another side in the EP release, the rebellious side of youth, I would think he is rebelling against the norms of the music world, who says that one can only be a Blues Man, or a Rocker or even a Rapper. Ray Goren moves from genre to genre with a fluid easy that is indisputable, and he does it with perfection beyond his years.
FREE is available at Ray Goren’s Website http://www.raygoren.com
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