I’ve been performing Bollywood music at South Asian weddings for a few years now, and I’ve discovered that I love it! Tum Hi Ho is requested often! I hope you’ll stop by and listen to a few more at Bollyflute.com
TUm Hi ho
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Jef Kearns’ new single “Soulscape” comes off the heels of the R&B flautist being featured in XXL (Hip Hop at a Higher Level) Magazine’s top 20 Hip Hop Covers on Instruments, and inclusion of original composition “Jazz Addiction” on Spotify’s official Smooth Jazz Ride playlist.
Recorded and composed live in the studio, Soulscape is a jazz-meets-hip-hop instrumental which could be likened to the darker, more sensual brother of George Benson’s “Breezin’.”
Soulscape is set to hit all major streaming and retail platforms on November 17, 2017.
Written by J. Kearns/D. Cowans/A. Lewis
Keys: Daniel Cowans
Bass: Anthony Lewis
Drum programming: Timian
Mixed by Douglas Romanow
Mastered by Chris Gehringer (Sterling Sound)
While the flute has recently made a resurgence in Hip Hop, Toronto based flautist Jef Kearns has been marrying the two since the age of 10 when he played along with late night radio broadcasts out of Detroit.
Jef set the goal to have the instrument seen as one which deserved the spotlight in the genre and over the years has attained his goal by ascending to center stage on the R&B, Hip Hop, and Soul Jazz scenes.
Besides hitting Amazon’s #1 Best Seller “Soul Jazz” and #2 “Contemporary R&B” on Amazon.com, Jef has received accolades from go-to Soul music sites such as SoulTracks.com, Tweets from heavyweight talents (Shanice, Dawn Robinson of En Vogue fame, Kirk Whalum, and Eric Roberson), and is fast approaching one million views on his YouTube channel.
Jef Kearns has teamed up with Toronto poet and songwriter “META” for his latest single “The Ultimate.” An Old Skool sound with a modern edge, laden with clever pop culture references, the song details the Ultimate classy night out on the town set to music so upbeat and infectious you’ll feel like you’re “Hot Steppin’” to the weekend every day.
Excerpt: With the growing attention on live instrumentation and how musicality is as en vogue in the hip-hop community as its ever been, we’ve highlighted 20 covers of rap songs in which varying instruments, from guitars to trombones and everything in between, are used to capture the vibe. Check out everyone from Drake to Kanye West to Desiigner to D.R.A.M. and more getting the instrumental treatment.