First Listen: Shardella Sessions wants "Everything"

(February 24, 2021) It might not be that much of an industry secret anymore, but in case you missed it: the future of R&B is female. 2020 proved to be quite a remarkable year for female talent in the world of R&B (e.g. H.E.R., Jhené Aiko, SZA, Kehlani, SZA, Chloe x Halle), and this year is already shaping up to be a repeat performance. Already on the short list of vibrant new releases, Shardella Sessions drops “Everything,” a mellow slow jam oozing with sexy come-hither commands. There’s definitely a H.E.R. and Summer Walker love-struck quality here, but the rhythmic vibes and Sessions’ sultry delivery feels like a wild expedition into Aaliyah soul.

Like her previously released singles (“It’s On Me”, “For Me (Or Nahh)”), “Everything” continues Sessions’ inroads into 21st century Quiet Storm, a lane that suits her well. 

SoulTrackers, check it out and let us know if you’re feeling “everything” about Sessions’ new single. 

(February 24, 2021) It might not be that much of an industry secret anymore, but in case you missed it: the future of R&B is female. 2020 proved to be quite a remarkable year for female talent in the world of R&B (e.g. H.E.R., Jhené Aiko, SZA, Kehlani, SZA, Chloe x Halle), and this year is already shaping up to be a repeat performance. Already on the short list of vibrant new releases, Shardella Sessions drops “Everything,” a mellow slow jam oozing with sexy come-hither commands. There’s definitely a H.E.R. and Summer Walker love-struck quality here, but the rhythmic vibes and Sessions’ sultry delivery feels like a wild expedition into Aaliyah soul.

Like her previously released singles (“It’s On Me”, “For Me (Or Nahh)”), “Everything” continues Sessions’ inroads into 21st century Quiet Storm, a lane that suits her well. 

SoulTrackers, check it out and let us know if you’re feeling “everything” about Sessions’ new single. 

By J Matthew Cobb

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