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"Rolling Out Magazine - Atlanta"

ATL-based singer Randevyn invites us to join him on his "SolTrain" for a ride that we won't soon forget. His voice grabs you from the first cut as he implores the world to believe that he's a street soul singer. I'm not mad at the brother. The lyrics are honest and he conveys that he really believes in what he's singing. Give him a listen. - d-rog - Steed Media Group

"Randevyn's "SolTrain" is a milestone!"

There is a lot of new R&B out there. Unfortunately, a rise in quantity often signal a drop in quality. Sometimes you have to just grit your teeth, throw it in the player and see if any cream rise to the top.

Randevyn’s “SolTrain” isn’t just cream, it’s ice cream. This disc made me say things with adjectives like “cool” and “sweet” and “smooth”. I do a lot of previewing new music in my car and, honestly, it was hard to take this one out of the ride. Not only does it flow and keep you tapping and humming, but it also keeps you entertained with sketches dropped in as extra tracks.

The highest point is near the end of the disc with a mid-tempo, extremely tight track named “Dear Farrah” featuring Cassius, one of the many recognizable names on this album. The entire album keeps moving you along until you get to the perfection of this track. This artist truly is one of the best new soul singers in years.

For Fans of : Stevie Wonder, Anthony Hamilton, Maxwell
High Point : “Dear Farrah”, “SupaNatural”, “Missin You” - www.freshnewtunes.com / Diggy Bishop


He has been called, "maybe the best Stevie Wonder followup ever, whether at CD Baby or not". Mixing up R&B soul, hip hop and colors of jazz and gospel harmony, Randevyn has a knack for blending up smooth urban tracks with both commercial and underground appeal. He claims his own influences as John Legend, Musiq, Peter Cetera, Donnie Hathaway, Sting, Kim Burrell and Carl Thomas but aside from the familiar qualities of his music, there is a definite touch all his own. In addition to sharing the stage with such greats as Floetry and Bilal, he's also done background work for Ludacris, and producers Jazze Pha, Rodney Jerkins, and LaShon Daniels. If you haven't heard of him yet, it's only a matter of time. - CDBABY


SolTrain will be compared by many to Hamilton’s "Where I’m Comin From" – and there are similarities, particularly in Randevyn’s singing style - but it bears a more positive, spiritual message and is memorable in its own right. It is also a fine introduction to Randevyn, who could just be the next big from the Atlanta. To read entire review, visit http://www.soultracks.com/randevyn.htm - Chris Rizik


Debut album entitled, "SolTrain"
Release: November 8, 2005

The Randevyn Project
Pending Sophomore Album Release: 11/11/2008



Just when it seems that flavor-of-the-month music has taken over the record business, another promising Georgia musician has sparked a fire. The word is out and the voice now recognized as remarkable, singer-songwriter, Randevyn, is quickly becoming more familiar. Born the son of a Colorado preacher, Randevyn is turning heads in the music industry as he boldly flaunts his refreshing, polished brand of urban alternative music. His unapologetic approach to music includes a writing style that speaks directly to the emotions and a multi-colored voice that penetrates genre walls.

Randevyn’s story began in the a small Colorado town with just $300 and a suitcase. Defying the fear of failure, an unemployed, dream-driven Randevyn pushed his passion from Colorado Springs, Colorado to Atlanta, Georgia, where he found a spot as a session vocalist for platinum-selling rapper, Ludacris. In 2005, Randevyn’s independent, nationally acclaimed release, “SolTrain” kicked off his solo music career. Randevyn would spend the next three years on writing assignments with various EMI-roster producers, before making the decision to focus on re-inventing his own music.

After seeking guidance from musical mentor India.Arie, Randevyn began the creative process for a new album. Building song skeletons from original piano arrangements, Randevyn partnered with Atlanta producer Mike Phillips of DBC (DrummerBoyz Club) to create, “The Randevyn Project”. Writing his own rules and cranking out colorful tunes reminiscent of 80’s soft rock, Randevyn creatively combines moving messages with band-heavy records underneath his Sunday-morning vocals. A natural soul-stirrer, it’s quite apparent that Randevyn’s strong song concepts impact the heart and challenge personal perception. With a voice that recalls a 28-year-old Stevie Wonder’s tenor pipes, Randevyn’s thought-provoking content is a modern day masterpiece, echoing the power of optimism and self-worth.