Siedah Garrett and Common declares on Garrett’s latest single that the “G.H.E.T.T.O.” is an obtainable place
From the mid-eighties to 2006, Siedah Garrett’s earthy alto brought seamless touches as a background vocalist for Madonna, Boz Scaggs and several of Quincy Jones’ joints, including those of Michael Jackson. Besides that remarkable voice, an impactful moment of her already fulfilling career was co-composing “Man in the Mirror” for Jackson, followed by an emotional tribute in 2012 to the pop legend with “Keep On Lovin’ You.”
Always a warrior in digging out the positive in people, Garrett releases her latest single, “G.H.E.T.T.O.”, a tool that is the focal point of an upcoming School Tour through parts of California where students are employed to reach their greatness: “It don’t matter where you come from/It’s where you end up!” Garrett’s powerful message is warmly decorated by producers Maejor and Bos with keyboards and mellow percussive framing and features an effective rap bridge by Hip Hop artist, Common.
“G.H.E.T.T.O.” (Greatness Happens, Even Though There’s Oppression) is available on iTunes and other digital outlets via In the Mirror Music.
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