R&B has returned and is continuing to hold it down. From artists like Lucky Daye, Arin Ray, and SiR to Kehlani, Baby Rose, Syd to name a few; r&b is in good hands. Maryland-bred, LA-based singer Reggie Becton is looking to be added to the list of artists carrying the torch for rhythm and blues. If his new single "Rainin in LA" is any indication, there are no questions that he is surely one to watch.
"Rainin in LA", produced by Marco Tornillo and Aidan Carroll, is a stripped back cut that features a prominent electric guitar. As the song progresses, it steadily builds. Upon entering the 4-minute mark, the electric guitar is met with synth keys and bass creating a beautiful way to take this soulful tune out.
Becton's voice and songwriting truly shines through from start to finish. His raw, soul-infused tone gives you that classic R&B vibe that is so cherished. Inspired by the multi-talented Raphael Saadiq, "Rainin in LA" was written after an almost love at first sight encounter Reggie had the day before the song was recorded. "Rainin in LA" is featured on Becton's forthcoming EP set to release in the fall.
Stream/download "Rainin in LA" HERE.