Single Moms Fed Up With Deadbeat Dads Now Have A National Anthem
-- New R&B Tune "It's Your Baby" by Independent Artist Evette Chris Grows Virally On The Web --
-- Produced and written by Irvin Lee, who is best known for writing and producing Allen Watty's "Hurricane Song" --
Evette Chris, Independent Artist
Singer of "It's Your Baby"
Washington, DC (BlackNews.com) -- In an attempt to address a serious matter in a fun way, independent artist Evette Chris has released a new song for single moms who are fed up with their deadbeat baby daddies. The track is called "It's Your Baby", and it's just one of five songs that fans can listen to and/or download for free on her web site at www.EvetteChris.com.
The song is simple, but powerful and compelling in it's message - not to mention Chris' talented and unique voice which brings it to life in a time where most music artists sound the same. It actually brings the 90's flavor of R&B back to the limelight, reminiscent of the likes of TLC, Aaliyah, and the early Monica.
Already growing virally on the web, "It's Your Baby" was written and produced by hit songwriter Irvin Lee who is best known for producing "The Hurricane Song" by Allen Watty - which won rave reviews from ABC News, MSNBC, WUSA-9, The Boston Globe, About.com, and syndicated columnist Kam Williams.
Here's what others are saying:
"I think it's a hit song. It's very entertaining and unique, and I think Evette Chris has a lot of potential. Her music sounds better than most of what's played on the radio." -- P.M. Johnson, Chicago, IL
"Wow! At first I thought the song was a corny concept, but it's very well-written and actually kinda funny. I was actually surprised with how many times I kept listening to the song." -- B. Johnson, Los Angeles, CA
"This is definitely an anthem for women all over the world. So many women can relate to this song - Black, white, Asian, Hispanic. Very clever." -- L. Gatz, London, UK
Evette Chris, who is from the Washington DC area, has other songs that are also growing virally on the Internet including "Mr. King Kong", "I Will Survive", "Only The Lonely", and "You Don't Love Me." All of them are available for free download.
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