Over the course of a career that began more than a quarter of a century ago, Boney James’ sound has evolved into one that fused instrumental and vocal R&B with Jazz improvisation, making him an artist who has popular acclaim through multiple top selling albums and critical success of multiple Grammy nominations.
James jumped into the game with his 1991 release Trust, which featured a Smooth Jazz cover of “Creepin’,” the R&B cut written by Stevie Wonder and covered most famously by Luther Vandross, and several mid-tempo saxophone driven originals. However, the album also included numbers that leaned in the direction of the kind of funk and R&B driven material that would become James’ trademarks on future records, including his latest, Honestly.
James’ new single “Up All Night” is a snappy, funky jam.
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