Soul stylist Freddie Jackson returns with his powerfully sweet pipes on “A Million Ways”
There is absolutely no way in stopping Freddie Jackson since his major hit making seasons in the eighties charting nearly CD in the Billboard Top R&B 100. The soul icon continues touring, recording and racking up much deserved accolades. For instance, the native New Yorker was recently bestowed the Black Music Honors Legend Award. On top of this, Jackson performed as the headliner for the 37th Annual African World Festival, hosted by the Charles H. Wright Museum of African American History.
Keeping it strong in the studio with his follow-up to the full-length, Love Signals featuring the single, “One Night” which crossed over to the Smooth Jazz charts, Jackson addresses humbleness in the name of love on “A Million Ways.” This latest single for Climax Entertainment soulfully acknowledges his oversights: “Didn’t take that special moment out of my day/To make sure you were doing okay/Everyone needs that special touch/Cause little things like that can mean so much. Decorated by a quiet storm orchestration of piano and string fills courtesy of producer James Evans, “A Million Ways” should register highly once again on the radio, reminding those old school and incoming fans of Jackson’s commitment to romantic soul at its classiest.
“A Million Ways” is now available on most digital outlets.
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