New York, NY (Top40 Charts/ Mo Dogg Records)
With "Feel It," Dewarren Moses has captured a bright and energetic dance-inspired sound that is certain to get music fans' blood pumping. Reviewers have typically compared the North Carolina native to 90s R&B groups such as Boys II Men or K-Ci & JoJo. The comparisons are apt, as Moses's vocal style perfectly communicates his passion and intensity. "Feel It
" breaks new ground for the artist, as he's upped the tempo while maintaining his honest, soulful delivery. The CD will be available for purchase on CD Baby, (http://www.cdbaby.com/cd/dewarrenmoses2), iTunes, Amazon mp3, Google Play, 24-7, 7digital, GreatindieMusic, Shazam and Tradebit.
Like his previous two CDs, "Feel It
" is independently produced under the Mo Dogg label, which Moses launched in 1998. A radio edit and a dance remix by Paul Snook
comprise the two tracks on the CD. Managing his own label gives Moses plenty of latitude to follow his inspirations as a singer/songwriter. He enjoys the freedom to harness his creative energies and take them as far as he can. For Moses, producing new music is still about the craft, as well as connecting with his fans.
"I want to get people excited about the new album," said Moses. "I've worked harder than I ever have and really put my heart into these new songs. My goal is always to write and perform music that brings people together in a positive way. If music is the universal language, then I want my message to be one of love and happiness. 'Feel It' is all about positive energy and happiness, and I expect to make lots of new fans once the CD gets some airplay."
Despite being an independent artist in a world of commercialized music, Moses is no stranger to success. His previous CDs, "4" and "Romance," both garnered positive reviews within the industry and much buzz from listeners. Radio
station FM 102X named "Blame It on the Boogie," one of the singles from "Romance," song of the day. Another reviewer remarked that "Romance
" was near-perfect mood music. Moses's first producer when he arrived in New York was Ollie
Cotton , who also worked with famous beat boxer and rapper Doug E Fresh.
Moses has no plans to slacken his creative output. "I'm always creating or waiting for the next bit of inspiration that will become a new song," remarked the songwriter. "Ever since I walked into that recording studio and announced myself as a singer, I know that I have been following my path in life, and that's a blessing."
In the interest of reaching out to as many fans as possible, Moses is active on the major social networks: