In a continuing series of a emotional journey well traveled, Tracy Cruz presents her second EP in the series, Art of Facts
What happens when a multi award winning California Bay Area vocalist who has opened for Pete Escovedo and Bilal and a Grammy nominated producer connect to form a striking collaboration? The answer lies in the teamwork of Tracy Cruz and Brandon Williams for Cruz’s second in a trilogy of EP’s that express the transition of heartbreak and the moving on afterwards. The first in the series, H3artifacts, featured Cruz laying down her vunerability and heartfelt vocal delivery in a stripped setting with just an acoustic piano. In the second installment of Cruz’s emotional journey, Art of Facts represents a fuller sound anchored by multi-instrumentalist Williams’ neo-soul/jazz soundtrack.
The kickoff single from this self-released EP, “Keep Our Soul Alive,” encourages those to keep on living and giving while aiming for our destiny, accompanied by Williams and synth bassist Antony Gordon. “Into The Sun” oozes with an easy flowing vocal harmonies on the chorus and brass hooks connecting the dots. “Love Has Come My Way” and “Bloom” (listen above) complete the set for Art of Facts. While waiting for the last chapter of her third EP, Purple H3artifacts, coming this Summer, experience the continuing journey as etched by Cruz for Art of Facts, which is now available on most digital outlets.
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