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THE G-SOUND: “Cardiac Arrest” by Ray Curenton

Soulful crooner new jack Ray Curenton will be releasing his full-length debut album Cardiac Arrest next week, and we have the pleasure of unveiling his single “Cardiac Arrest from the album.  The piano-driven, new school doo-wop tune has the soulful singer croon over needing the love from the object of affection so tenderly until he wails into a higher octave at the tune’s end.  Beautifully written, sung and produced, along with sounds of heart beats and machines paints the song with perfect imagery.

Press play to find out why we are in love with the song.

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About Waddie G.

30-something. God's Favorite. Luella's Grandson. Waddie's Son. Virgo. Blogger. Online Media Producer. R&B Junkie. Foodie. Wannabe Health Nut. Conversationalist. Afrocentric. Unapologetically Gay. Blessed. Born In Sacramento. Raised In Kansas City. Developed In Atlanta. Matured In Chicago. Reside In Brooklyn.

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