Welcome to my R&B songs page, where you get an exclusive listen to my original tracks from over the years! I get a lot of comments on YouTube asking about my writing and production process, such as how I go about making my songs, and whether I prefer to write alone or with co-writers and co-producers. It really depends on the situation, but I’m the type of artist who prefers to write alone, as it gives me all the time I need to make the song as good as it can be without any pressure. However, writing with others can be a fun and rewarding experience! I usually begin with the melody and concept first because these are the most fundamental elements that give the song its essence. Once I have a melody that I like, I try to find a chord progression that works well with it and captures the right mood. After establishing the melody, arrangement, and chords, I get started on lyrics. The first thing I usually write is the hook, because I feel this is the most important and memorable part of the song.
Some people prefer to write to beats (known as top-lining), but I prefer to produce my tracks around a song that is already written. I feel that this is the best way to produce a song to completion since this way you can tailor the instrumentation and drums to perfectly fit the song. Writing to beats can work as well, but I think it is more limited since you are somewhat forced to match your writing to the mood and chords of the track. R&B is a very melody and drum driven genre, so I try my best to make the drums hit hard and have the instrumentation highlight the melody as best as possible! Please take a listen to the songs on this page and let me know what you think!
The first song off my EP “Acoustic Thoughts”. I actually released this song a month or so before the EP dropped. This song came about during a writing session with my co-writer, I had the concept in mind before,
am1r - Eyes Closed This is one of my older more pop-flavored songs called "Eyes Closed". This song also makes an appearance on the International version of my album "Reality". The song is about being in denial about a failing