We All Want The Same Thing Featuring Lupe Fiasco
Check out, We All Want The Same Thing, this is an awesome track from Kevin Michael featuring the modern day legend, Lupe Fiasco.
There are artists who've got something, and there are artists who've got it, and upon hearing his voice for the first time, it's obvious that Kevin Michael is firmly in the latter category. With an irresistible blend of soul, funk, r&b and pop he conjures up greats from the past while bringing something totally new to the game; extending the tradition of r&b while imagining it anew. His Downtown Records debut is the sound of a prodigy staking his claim to the throne, music that serves as an announcement to the world that a phenomenon has arrived.
Born in Chester, Pennsylvania, the child of a black father and an Italian mother, Kevin grew up in a house filled with music. Creating a legend and then living it out is what Kevin has set out to do with his debut album. "We All Want The Same Thing," the album's opener, serves as both a statement of purpose and roots for the artist who lived in worlds both black and white ("All my gangster friends/and all my skater friends/We all want the same thing/DJ's in the clubs/Jesus freaks and thugs/We all want the same thing"). "It Don't Make Any Difference To Me," produced by and featuring Wyclef Jean, brings a Caribbean flavour to the mix, showing both the range of Kevin's song-writing abilities and the depth of his pride at who he is ("All you gotta do is look at me/Three generations of my family you see/People treat you different/When you're in between/He was black white and she was white/You know that most people thought that it wasn't right/I can still remember what she used to say/It don't make any difference to me."). Combining an irresistible pop feel with the poignancy of the lyric, what emerges is a trans-racial modern day anthem.
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