“Still in Love” has a Pop, R&B feel perfect for the dance floor. The track was written by Phyllis Jackson and Tony Turner. The lyrics are inspired by the point of view of one rationalizing a break-up. This resonates with most of us as does the conclusion professing that, despite the evidence to the contrary, she is “Still in Love.” With big synths reminiscent of groups like “The System” and Prince “Kiss” styled guitar rhythms this timeless tune will add classic flavor to your next project.
Artist: Phyllis Jackson Producer: Tony Turner Year: 2020 Length: 3:27 Tempo: 108 BPM File Type: mp3
Like the feeling of floating in the ocean, dancing can be blissful and sweet. Relaxing in the water to the point that one’s body rises seemingly weightless…without a care in the world. It is a feeling that must be experienced to be truly understood. A man expresses his desire to share a similar care free experience with his true love on the dance floor. Recognizing that she is unable to lose herself in the moment, he invites her to the safety of the dance floor. “Girl, I Want to Dance” is tailor-made for artists who want to provide their fans with an environment that creates intimacy. The tempo and groove are perfect for swing out and stepper type dances.
Count it off…its time to take the field. Anticipation in the stands is at an all year high.
They came to see the best…show them that’s you. You put in the work…you’re ready.
Now, go make it look easy. Step up, Step out, its halftime.
This song has the perfect blend of hype, drive and energy. Engage listeners with hot claps, falling subs, brass, woodwinds, funky wah rhythm guitar, ominous tubas, and horn swells urging your audience to come on!
Producer: Tony Turner Year: 2020 Length: 3:07 Tempo: 104 BPM
“DaDot” is a couple’s therapy duet named after its catchy, scat infused melody. This four-on-the-floor, go-go groove undergirds a familiar storyline and is padded by Stevie Wonder styled clavinets. Don’t forget the horns…you know we got horns.
It’s a familiar story. A couple gets married, goes on their honeymoon, then returns to everyday life. Over time they both become self-centered. They forget what led them to each other in the first place and desperately cry out for help.
The song delivers a clear answer through an 8-bar rap. A Hammond B3 takes them home to happily ever after.
This song, written by Tony Turner, can be positioned in multiple genres including Pop, R&B, Inspirational or Gospel.