[STREAM] Kevin Ross Releases Long Awaited Project, ‘Audacity Vol. 1’

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Kevin Ross Audacity Vol. 1 album cover

On January 31st we received the new Kevin Ross Audacity Vol. 1 album.

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The new album is the first album from Kevin Ross since his debut project, The Awakening was released back in 2017.  It will also be his first album since leaving Motown Records to become an independent artist.  He has since started his own label, Art Society Music Group or ASMG.

In our recent interview with Kevin he talked about what listeners can expect from his new album.

“Audacity is rawer; it’s grittier. You get to experience a lot more sides of me, as an artist and as a man… [This album will] take the audience on a journey. That’s what I’m most excited about with Audacity, for people to explore these different facets of me and a plethora of music I wasn’t able to touch on… on the first project.”

The first single from the project is titled, “Thing Called Love.”  Kevin described the song as “pretty much explaining what some men may feel during this time frame of taking relationships to the next level. Whether it’s engagement, whether it’s marriage, whether it’s actually claiming a woman as your girlfriend. [laughs] You know, like, how we, sometimes, tend to be a little self-destructive. In a way of, we’ll let good things pass us by; we’ll let good things disintegrate because we feel like we’re not ready, we’re not worthy of it, or we can’t express it.”

The follow-up single from the Kevin Ross Audacity Vol. 1 album is “Switching Sides”.

 

Kevin Ross Audacity Vol. 1 tracklist

01.  Intro
02.  Let It Out
03.  On Ya
04.  Forsaken
05.  Switching Sides
06.  Thing Called Love
07.  Honest

Listen to Kevin Ross Audacity Vol. 1 below:


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