First Listen: PVibez returns to "Spread Love"

(December 9, 2020) The message of the new song from London based artist, composer and PVibez is as simple as the cut’s title, “Spread Love.” Although that message is simple, it seems so hard to do in the times in which we leave, and that’s exactly why it bears repeating. He tells us, “The track Spread Love was inspired by the call to all those disillusioned in these trying times to not give up on the concept of love. It's a truth that's as old as time but will always be relevant as long as we as a species are around.”

(December 9, 2020) The message of the new song from London based artist, composer and PVibez is as simple as the cut’s title, “Spread Love.” Although that message is simple, it seems so hard to do in the times in which we leave, and that’s exactly why it bears repeating. He tells us, “The track Spread Love was inspired by the call to all those disillusioned in these trying times to not give up on the concept of love. It's a truth that's as old as time but will always be relevant as long as we as a species are around.”

The track showcases PVibez’s fusion of funk with jazzy improvisation on the keyboards and Afro-Latin tinged percussion. It is the delivery vehicle’s statement that is as needed as the messages coming from all of the other socially aware songs that have been released this year. The cut is largely instrumental but includes stream of consciousness monologue and a sung hook. PVibez said that “Spread Love” been in his repertoire for a while and was a fan favorite. He’s decided to release for a broader audience. The time is right for “Spread Love.” Check it out here.

By Howard Dukes

PVibez - "Spread Love"

 
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