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Passion reveals itself in his lyrics. The art of music within keeps him focused. His 6'4 frame graces the stage each time as he delivers his soulful performance.

Biography

If you want to be taken on a soulful journey, Kenny Brazeal has your first class ticket waiting along with captivating vocals that tantalize every emotion. Brazeal has the ability to take you back to a time when songs were simple yet meaningful and without flaw. He creatively transitions these melodies into sounds that we enjoy today. You will notice his musical influences in his work such as Donny Hathaway and Al Jarreau.

His live performances with a band are a must. You will be blown away by his signature voice and urban trend. This smooth lyricist’s captivating voice is said to be a blend of the likes of Marvin Gaye and D’Angelo.

This native New Yorker, who now resides in Atlanta, Georgia, is gradually making his mark on the music scene. He has performed at many venues with major focus in the Atlanta area. When he takes the stage, Brazeal's sultry voice has the audience sitting on the edge of their seats. He has made appearances at the Civic Center, Lakewood Amphitheater, Cafe 290, The Crows Nest and The Redlight Café. In June of 2003, he was the closing act for The International Georgia Convention Center’s grand opening ceremony. His music continues to be played on Atlanta’s WRFG (89.3 FM) airwaves.

Brazeal has produced and written many songs for local R&B and Hip Hop artists. He has completed his own R&B album. His project entitled, “Love So Sweet,” brings forward every emotion ranging from love to pain with songs like “If I Go Away” and “If I Cry.” Then he flips the script and transcends his connection with street life in cuts like “I Wish,” “Hands Up,” and “Something ‘Bout You”

This solo artist is also a talented actor. In the late 1990’s, he had a principal role in the inspirational stage play called BackStabbers. The production traveled all over the Southeast region of the United States. In 2003, he co-starred in the independent short film entitled, "Taste of Life." He also produced several songs for the soundtrack. That same year, he co-produced the pilot for the award winning actor/comedian, J. Anthony Brown whose latest project was a role in the feature film, Drumline and is part of the national radio syndicated program “The Tom Joyner Morning Show.”

Brazeal knows how important it is to keep his instrument sharp. He continues to take voice lessons from the highly recommended “Jan Smith Studios” located in Atlanta. He is scheduled to take refresher-acting courses at the Atlanta Alliance Theatre in March of 2004.

Brazeal's blend of old and new creates a unique style of smooth Hip Hop - R&B tracks. His strongly produced CD is one you can thoroughly appreciate.

For more information including booking, contact Tamara Wilson at 678.516.8458 or Tamara@wyntersweet.com.

Lyrics

Sunday Morning

Written By: Kenny Brazeal

Verse1

I remember in my town
Big Mama made the best grits around and
I’m hungry and I can’t be still
While my uncle’s showing off they’re coupe Devilles and
Church bells waking up the block
And it don’t even matter if you church or not and
I never really understood
See my suits too small but I’m feeling good
Aunt Marry pinched me on the cheek
cause the preacher’s putting me fast asleep and it’s
Holy Ghost till the break of dawn
Cause there really ain’t nothing quite like Sunday Morning.

ChorusX2

One day Sunday
Won’t be like any other day
Monday through Saturday
I’m thinking bout how we could get away

Verse2

I would sit there stare and wait
While my auntie baked that Sunday cake and I
Watched the clock till I got the shakes
Cause I didn’t know just how long it takes
Mama cleaned them collared greens
with the fat back sittin on lima beans and the
Whole family’s comin’ soon
They’ll be playin spades in the Living room and
That’s the way it used to be
Meeting cousins I ain”t never seen and we’d
Live and love ‘til the break of dawn
Cause there really ain’t nothing quite like Sunday Morning.

ChorusX2

One day Sunday
Won’t be like any other day
Monday through Saturday
I’m thinking bout how we could get away

Verse3

Grand Dad got stricken ill
Big Momma had great big shoes to fill and
She kept the whole family strong
Tried to teach us young ones right from wrong and
We laid Big Momma down to sleep
Last thing she said boy don’t you weep
Cause you got you whole life ahead
Better say your prayers before you go to bed and
She taught me how to be a man
Take care of your family the best you can and
Big Ma now I understand
What you tried to teach us on them Sunday Mornings.

ChorusX2

One day Sunday
Won’t be like any other day
Monday through Saturday
I’m thinking bout how we could get away.

copyright 2003 DaddiesGirl Productions

My Life as Your Lover

Written By: Kenny Brazeal


I know I’m not perfect girl by no means
But I see things, clearly
Though it seems like I’m just a little too late
I know when I was out in the world
Pretending not to have a girl
You were holding down the house and the bills
While I was out there, wilding
Not thinking bout the consequence
Just moving and let the wheels just spin
You must have thought once or twice
Just what kind of fool I must have been

Chorus
My life as your lover
When will I discover
I just need to be a man
Try and love you the best I can

Chorus
My life as your lover
When will I discover
I just need to be a man
Try and love you the best I can

Some lady’s like to skin and grin
Know you’re committed but they want to get in
Don’t give a damn bout a wife or a car
Got a ring on they’re finger but they cling to the bar
Wife at home don’t know where you are
Come home smelling like the Mardi Gras
Claim that I had to work overtime
Got lipstick on my collar
And I know she ain’t that blind
Turn the key take off your shoes
Tippy-toe half way in the room
You think your wife don’t know
But here girl just told her what the hell you’ve been doing
And where you’ve been

Chorus
My life as your lover
When will I discover
I just need to be a man
Try and love you the best I can

Chorus
My life as your lover
When will I discover
I just need to be a man
Try and love you the best I can

I know, I made mistakes before but
Baby let me, in the door
Things won’t be like they were before
Vow to be your lover friend
You can count on me until to end
Girl it’s a new state of mind I’m in
You can count on me for all the things you need
Oh baby for ever
And you ain’t ever ever gonna have to worry bout me strayin’ again

Chorus
My life as your lover
When will I discover
I just need to be a man
Try and love you the best I can

Chorus
My life as your lover
When will I discover
I just need to be a man
Try and love you the best I can

Chorus
My life as your lover
When will I discover
I just need to be a man
Try and love you the best I can

Chorus
My life as your lover
When will I discover
I just need to be a man
Try and love you the best I can

©2003 DaddiesGirl Production
All Rights Reserved

Hands Up

Written By: Kenny Brazeal

Ain’t time to sit in the corner
Don’t make me flip my fedora
You sippin’ on rum and cola
Laid back with your Motorola
Why the f**k you come to the club
When I need me a dime I can rub
Parking lot pimpin’ on dubs
After that we make jungle love

My cars is equipped with them spinnas
Pimp game is not for beginners
Club banger made for you sinners
Guess who is coming for dinner

If you are a dime mommy throw your hands up
If you a thug, nigga throw your hands up
Party people come on throw your hands up
We goin to rip up the club tonight

If you are a dime mommy throw your hands up
If you a thug, nigga throw your hands up
Party people come on throw your hands up
We goin to rip up the club tonight

Don’t hate because I’m a rude boy
Don’t make me reach for my tool boy
My thugs’ll take you to school boy
Back doors is made for you fools boy
We only came here to party
Talk s**t and sip on Barcardi
Get freaky deekie with shorty
The party’s right here

If you are a dime mommy throw your hands up
If you a thug, nigga throw your hands up
Party people come on throw your hands up
We goin to rip up the club tonight

If you are a dime mommy throw your hands up
If you a thug, nigga throw your hands up
Party people come on throw your hands up
We goin to rip up the club tonight

If you are a dime mommy throw your hands up
If you a thug, nigga throw your hands up
Party people come on throw your hands up
We goin to rip up the club tonight

If you are a dime mommy throw your hands up
If you a thug, nigga throw your hands up
Party people come on throw your hands up
We goin to rip up the club tonight

(RAP VERSE/FEMALE)

If you a thug, nigga throw your hands up
Party people come on throw your hands up
We goin to rip up the club tonight

If you are a dime mommy throw your hands up
If you a thug, nigga throw your hands up
Party people come on throw your hands up
We goin to rip up the club tonight

Work yo body, body down to the grown
Work yo body, body down to the grown

Work yo body, body down to the grown
Work yo body, body down to the grown

Work yo body, body down to the grown
Work yo body, body down to the grown

Work yo body, body down to the grown
Work yo body, body down to the grown

If you are a dime mommy throw your hands up
If you a thug, nigga throw your hands up
Party people come on throw your hands up
We goin to rip up the club tonight

If you are a dime mommy throw your hands up
If you a thug, nigga throw your hands up
Party people come on throw your hands up
We goin to rip up the club tonight

If you are a dime mommy throw your hands up
If you a thug, nigga throw your hands up
Party people come on throw your hands up
We goin to rip up the club tonight

If you are a dime mommy throw your hands up
If you a thug, nigga throw your hands up
Party people come on throw your hands up
We goin to rip up the club tonight

Contact: Tamara Wilson
Tamara@wyntersweet.com
678.516.8458

© 2003 DaddiesGirl Productions
All Rights Reserve

Set List

Original (R&B) songs (written and produced by K. Brazeal) -up-tempo and love songs

Sunday Morning
Arch Your Back
Hands Up
Something 'Bout U
Are You Still?
So So Sorry
Love So Sweet
Girl I Need You
If I Cry
I Wish
Taste of Life
All My Life
Every Nite
2 Good 4 Me
He Loves You
My Life As Your Lover

Performs songs recorded from other artists including Marvin Gaye, Earth Wind and Fire and Al Jarreau