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J. Red The Nephew (New 4-Star Album Review!)



June 1, 2019:

Originally posted in Daddy B. Nice's CD Reviews.

May 27, 2019:

J. Red (The Nephew): Platinum Soul (Soul Mop). Four Stars **** Distinguished effort. Should please old fans and gain new.

In my enthusiastic 2016 J. Red profile and review of Soul Certified, I ended with a cautionary note:

For the most part, J. Red still hasn't put together the two opposing sides of his style--one southern soul and the other mainstream. "Step Out," for instance, is southern soul, but the production is a little thin compared to Red's "urban" side. "I Will," on the other hand, with its crisp urban production and acapella harmonies, lacks the laid-back charisma and rootsy originality of southern soul. When J. Red succeeds at fully integrating the best of the two sounds, watch out.

Well, the "watch" is officially over. Actually, it was over with J. Red the Nephew and Friends, a twelve-track collection of J. Red's notable collaborations, nearly all of which became radio hits in varying degrees throughout the Deep South. The album came out in 2016 and was re-issued in 2018, with guest stars including Sir Charles Jones, Sharnette Hyter, Willie Hill, Shay Denise and Theodis Ealey.

But if there was any doubt, Platinum Soul, J. Red's new album, renders the old dichotomy between urban and southern soul moot. This is a southern soul singer, not to mention a southern soul singer with a set of pipes to be reckoned with. And if not brimming with the diverse and spectacular firepower that distinguished 2016's Soul Certified, the set is nevertheless a triumphant artistic progression--all of a piece like no J. Red The Nephew album before.

What first hooked me on J. Red's Platinum Soul was a lyrical couplet from "I Forgot I Was Married":

"She knew exactly about the things that she was doin'.
I didn't think about my marriage could be ruin'd."


What a pithy, haiku-like comment on the pros and cons of sexual infidelity. Even the title line, "I Forgot I Was Married," has a touch of conscience rare in southern soul lyrics. "I Forgot I Was Married" is the story of a guy getting high, meeting a more-than-willing stranger in the club and going home with her. Here's an excerpt from the trip to her place in the car:

"She starts to straddle me,
I can't see the road.
Next thing I knew,
She was taking off her clothes,
With her cleavage all up in my face,
And I was switching lanes all over the place."


Just when they're about to get it on (he's unbuckling his belt), his phone rings. It's his wife. She's in a sexy, "anything-you-want-baby" mood, which saves the day (and probably the marriage). He heads for home in a hurry. The chorus, which up to this point has been sung from the point of view of the seductress, continues co-opted, as it were, by the wife and her superior seductiveness. It's a nifty concept, the unusually close juxtaposition of marital and extra-marital ecstasies, and like so many prior J. Red productions before it (Miss Lady Blues in "Shake Something"....Miss Mini in "If You Need Some," to name only a couple), the female-sung chorus is exquisite, accentuating the song's thematic undertow.

J. Red is known for his many collaborations with female singers (NayCole, Shay Denise, Sharnette Hyter, etc.). He told your Daddy B. Nice that the uncredited lady singing background on Platinum Soul and his other records is Sham Redmond. She is also his songwriting collaborator and vice-president of his record label, as well as his wife and a serious playwright in her own right.

I have been playing the grooves off "I Forgot I Was Married" and another new song from the album, "Party Hard". At first I didn't take much notice of "Party Hard". It sounded a little repetitive and monochromatic the first couple of times I heard it, but the hook kept returning. I'd think, "Where is this coming from? Oh yeah, that party song with the disco-pounding tempo and delicate, Van Morrison-like, saxophone fills!"

Listen to J. Red (The Nephew) singing "Party Hard" on YouTube.

Jesse Redmond not only captures good melodies and tempos. He embellishes his tunes in places where many of his peers are content to coast on auto-pilot. He writes full verses and choruses. He inserts bridges, harmonic chord and key changes, female background vocal tracks and his own double-tracked lead vocals and back-and-forth lead vocals, all while maintaining maximum accessibility. And all are on display in the charismatic "Party Hard," which just keeps getting better and better the more you play it. If you were ever smitten by U-2's "It's A Beautiful Day" (and a few of you were; it's got 126 million YouTube views), you'll find the same irresistible spell cast over you by "Party Hard".

Frankly, in my infatuation with the above-described music, there are tunes on PLATINUM SOUL I've barely begun to explore. "That Thang Was Good To Me" and "Let's Make Love Tonight" are promising southern soul projects. "Sipping Slow," in addition to being quintessential southern soul, emits an allure that could make it a fan favorite.

"Have A Good Time," features Chicago soul singer Theo Huff, who hasn't been heard in southern soul since his 2014 hit, "It's A Good Thing I Met You".

"What's Up For The Night" showcases a duet with the the always-in-demand Karen Wolfe, who invariably sounds like she's singing under the shade of a straw bonnet from the middle of a Mississippi cotton field.

Watch the new video of J. Red & Karen Wolfe singing "What's Up For The Night" on YouTube.

"Turn It Out" is this album's "I Will"--fast-tempo-ed, peppy. "I Got To Have Her" is similarly uptempo, with a tinge of the boy-group sound. Both straddle the fence between urban R&B and southern soul, and may appeal more to those whose inclinations tend to the former.

Finally, awash in gorgeous swaths of synthesizer/keyboards, "Enjoy Yourself" is in the romantic tradition of Ollie Nightingale's "She's In A Midnight Mood In The Middle Of The Day" and Jeff Floyd's "I Found Love On A Lonely Highway" or--more recently--Big Yayo's "Bedroom Rodeo" and Magic One's "High Heels & Jeans". Buoyancy and optimism are the orders of the day.

"Enjoy Yourself" is also the only holdover from a previous release, J. Red's 2016 Infinity album, which served as a companion piece to its better-known SOUL CERTIFIED CD. It's the same, benign, swaying-the-shoulders, grown-folks felicity J. Red has been mining since his line-dancing break-out hit, "Step Out".

--Daddy B. Nice

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Watch for "I Forgot I Was Married" and "Party Hard" (probable #1 and #2 singles) in Daddy B. Nice's Top 10 Singles: June 2019.

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May 4, 2019:

New Album Alert!


Sample/Buy J. Red The Nephew's new album PLATINUM SOUL at iTunes.

PLATINUM SOUL TRACK LIST:




1
I Got to Have Her

2
I Forgot I Was Married

3
Party Hard

4
What's Up for the Night (feat. Karen Wolfe)

5
Let's Make Love Tonight

6
Have a Good Time (feat. Theo Huff)

7
That Thang Was Good

8
Sipping Slow

9
Turn It Out (Remix)

10
Enjoy Yourself

Daddy B. Nice notes:

This appears to be the right album at the right time and place. Speaking of "place," I mistakenly placed J. Red The Nephew (Jesse Redmond) with the southern soul recording artists from the Carolinas/Virginia/Maryland area in answer to a Mailbag query recently; he's actually from Clarkston, Georgia. J. Red has created a new sound and assembled a coterie of fans. Those fans should multiply with this release. The J. Red "sound"--strong, vibrantly-paced melodies sung in a similarly engaged, high-register tenor--is solidified in a big way on PLATINUM SOUL. "Enjoy Yourself," J.Red's incandescent single from 2016, is given two treatments. Guest artists include Karen Wolfe and Chicago soul singer Theo Huff.

Listen to J.Red singing "Party Hard" on YouTube.

Listen to J. Red & Karen Wolfe singing "What's Up For The Night" on YouTube.

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February 3, 2018:

CHART-CLIMBER! :

J. Red and "Step Out" Debut At #60 On Daddy B. Nice's Top 100 21st Century Southern Soul!

Listen to J. Red singing "Step Out" on YouTube.

The chart ranks the top one hundred contemporary southern soul singles over the last eighteen years--ultimately a twenty-year period (from 2000-2020).


See J. Red's "Step Out" debuting at #60 on the Chart.

J. Red also becomes the #60-ranked artist on Daddy B. Nice's Top 100 21st Century Southern Soul Artists Chart.

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Daddy B. Nice notes:

With a vocal power that makes artists pause before sharing the mike with him, J. Red's debut on the 21st Century Top 100 Southern Soul is long overdue. He is part of a "new guard" in southern soul that is transforming the genre and creating "star power" to rival the greats from the past. In particular, what J. Red has done in the last couple of years has been nothing short of amazing. After a few years of feeling his way as an artist, young J. Red had his southern soul "christening" with the hallowed "Stand Up In It"-man Theodis Ealey on the song "Keep On Dancing"--thus the moniker oft' attached to his name: "J. Red The Nephew". Then, in 2016, he exploded with product, releasing no less than three albums of new material, and the Stations of the South and the YouTube channels have been reverberating with those songs ever since. There's another aspect to J. Red's ascendance. He's from North Carolina, and his emergence as a performer has coincided with a huge uptick in southern soul concerts and southern soul venues in the Maryland-Virginia-Carolinas corridor, much of it centering around J. Red himself as headliner.

Ranking The Singles:


Daddy B. Nice also ranks the singles for the first time. See right-hand column of this page. Click links to buy records.



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January 10, 2016: Re-Posted from Daddy B. Nice's CD Reviews

J. RED: Soul Certified (Soul Mop Music) Five Stars ***** Can't Miss. Pure Southern Soul Heaven.

I assumed SOUL CERTIFIED, the new J. Red album, one of two CD's the ambitious artist is releasing this January and the one your Daddy B. Nice was given to review, would have the "hits"--the J. Red songs, that is, that have become radio fodder for southern soul fans over the last couple of years--and it does.

However, it gets confusing if you bought the Step N Out CD or EP in late 2014. That collection of J. Red's top songs to date is reproduced almost exactly here, and in that case wouldn't rate five stars for those buyers. But "those buyers," I suspect, are few and far between. The majority of the potential audience is, I'd venture to say, like your Daddy B. Nice--completely or formerly unaware of this new-to-southern-soul singer/songwriter's artistic depth and mettle. Not to mention that SOUL CERTIFIED has 13 tracks (including one remix) to the former album's 8 tracks for the same ridiculously low, competing-with-a-trip-to-McDonald's price of $7.92.

First, in order of their chart appearances on this website, the three signature J. Red singles were: "Keep On Dancing" with Theodis Ealey (AUGUST 2013), which served as the "nephew's" (I don't think there's any reason he shouldn't drop that sobriquet) introduction to the southern soul audience. (J. Red had started in the urban/hiphop genre as early as his 2005 album What's Up. )

Then came ”If He Won’t, I Will”--Black Diamond featuring J. Red (APRIL 2014),--a Boyz 2 Men-like doowop anthem that also was a year-end contender for BEST COLLABORATION.

Around the same time, the mid-tempo rocker "Give It To Me" (which didn't chart here) came out and gained both land-radio and streaming success.

Last but not least, in JUNE 2015, (the #2 single), came the mid-tempo, everyman-stepping tune, "Step Out."

Your Daddy B. Nice has no hesitation in saying this is J. Red's best yet, with the groovy anthem-like quality that made Lomax's "Swing It" so special. And it's a line dance!

Listen to J. Red singing "Step Out" on YouTube.

I knew all those songs were good. What surprised me about SOUL CERTIFIED was the first-rate quality of the material I hadn't heard. Expecting the usual filler and throwaway items, I was pleasantly surprised by fully-developed, musically-interesting songs like "Love N On You" and the lascivious hym to "my sugar-coated, caramel freak," "My Good Thang."

"Forever And Ever" is a stately ballad (and plausible wedding/anniversary song) that can hold its own with the work of balladeers like Avail Hollywood, Lebrado or J'Wonn. Many of these tunes have accrued over a period of years, gracing singles or CD's in Red's past, such as "Ms. Grown & Sexy," which dates back to 2012 and which, according to his Facebook page, will be J. Red's upcoming single.

In some cases, as with the earlier-recorded "Let's Get Away," "Catch And Throw It Back" and "We'll Be All Right," J. Red's mainstream-urban r&b roots are more in evidence and his vocal talent accentuated with better production and refreshing, doowop-style harmonies.

J. Red evidently had a watershed concert in the DC area of Pomonkey, Maryland recently, billed as "The Heavy Hitters Of Soul" at Lamont's, a storied venue that has featured the likes of Roy C., Sir Jonathan Burton, Jim Bennett, Big G and Hardway Connection on a regular basis. J. Red appeared with Jeff Floyd and Hardway Connection and reportedly stole the show. One fan submitted multiple letters, and another--Skyy, a blogger at "Southern Soul Paradise,"--described the scene this way:

On stage, J. Red's a natural star; he knows how to captivate the audience and take over the stage. Even though we seemed to be in a place where a lot of people really weren’t familiar with southern soul, J. Red knew how to engage everyone and get people on the dance floor. He sang all of his hits and even taught us his line dance song, "Step Out." Here's a list of the songs he sang that night:

Outstanding
Never Too Much
Hole In The Wall
Give It To Me
Love On You
Let’s Get Away
Step Out
Ms. Grown & Sexy
Keep On Dancing
I Will
Good Thang


All but the first three are on SOUL CERTIFIED, which for regular readers of this page is for all intents and purposes a "distinguished four-star effort by a new southern soul artist"--a debut, in other words, because J. Red is new to us--and a debut taken to the next (higher) level.

Do the five stars mean J. Red's perfect? By no means. For the most part, J. Red still hasn't put together the two opposing sides of his style--one southern soul and the other mainstream. "Step Out," for instance, is southern soul, but the production is a little "thin" compared to Red's "urban" side. "I Will," on the other hand, with its crisp urban production and acapella harmonies, lacks the laid-back charisma and rootsy originality of southern soul. When J. Red succeeds at fully integrating the best of the two sounds, watch out.

--Daddy B. Nice

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About J. Red The Nephew (New 4-Star Album Review!)

J. Red (The Nephew) is the recording name of Jesse Redmond, born October 14, 1971 in Greenville (Pitt County), North Carolina. "The Nephew" is the nickname J. Red used to break into the southern soul music genre, as the "nephew" of mentor Theodis Ealey.

Redmond grew up and graduated from high school in Greenville. At the age of 23 he moved to Virginia Beach, Virginia to fullfill an independent record deal with his R&B group Average Guyz for the label UnCutt Records. While there he also worked with Missy Elliot, Big Bub (from the R&B group Today), Chad Hugo (from the Neptunes) and sat in on sessions with Teddy Riley at Future Studios. After 3 years in Virginia, he moved back home to North Carolina and lived there until 2015, then picked up and moved to the Atlanta Metro area, Clarkston, Georgia, where he currently resides.


Discography


What's Up Soul Mop Music 2005

Real Jesse Redmond/Soul Mop Music 2012

Step N Out EP Soul Mop 2014

Soul Certified Soul Mop 2016

Infinity Soul Mop 2016


J. Red the Nephew and Friends Soul Mop 2016

Platinum Soul Soul Mop 2018

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J. Red (The Nephew) On YouTube: Updated 2/3/18



Listen to J. Red & Sir Charles Jones singing "Turn It Out" on YouTube.

Listen to J. Red & Ms. Mini singing "If You Need Some" on YouTube.

Listen to J. Red & Willie Hill singing "What You Momma Gave You" on YouTube.

Listen to J. Red & Sharnette Hyter singing "Call My Name" on YouTube.

Listen to J. Red singing "Step Out" on YouTube.

Listen to J. Red and Black Diamond singing "I Will If He Won't" on YouTube.

Listen to J. Red singing "Forever And Ever" on YouTube.

Listen to J. Red singing "My Good Thang" on YouTube.

Listen to J. Red, Columbus Toy & Miss Lady Blues singing "Shake Something" on YouTube.

2.


June 2, 2018:

New Album Alert!


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J. RED THE NEPHEW & FRIENDS TRACK LIST:



1
Turn It Out (feat. Sir Charles Jones)

2
Call Out My Name (feat. Sharnette Hyter)

3
Shake Something (Remix) [feat. Columbus Toy & Miss Lady Blues]

4
I Love You (feat. Nay Cole)

5
I Will (feat. Bubbie Smooth)

6
Rock with You (feat. Shay Denise)

7
Drop That (feat. David Aaron & Joe Nice)

8
If You Need Some (feat. Miss Mini)

9
What Your Mama Gave You (feat. Willie Hill)

10
My Good Thang (Remix) [feat. Bubbie Smooth]

11
Keep On Dancing (feat. Theodis Ealey)

12
Back to You (feat. Shay Denise)

Daddy B. Nice notes:

If you're thinking you've heard this album before, or if you're wondering if this is the second in a series of J. Red The Nephew & Friends compilations, your confusion is justified. This is the same sampler (the original) that J. Red published in 2016. That release has now been removed from all sales outlets, and the links (such as in the top-rated J. Red singles on the right-hand column of this page) no longer work. The reason for the "re-release" isn't clear. However, the same head-turning tracks abide, including Daddy B. Nice's Best Cover Song of 2017, the uplifting "Shake Something (Remix) (with J. Red, Columbus Toy & Miss Lady Blues) and "Call Out My Name" (J. Red & Sharnette Hyter).

Listen to J. Red and Miss Mini singing "If You Need Some" on YouTube.

Listen to J. Red The Nephew and Sir Charles Jones singing "Turn It Out" on YouTube.

Buy the re-issued J. Red The Nephew & Friends CD at iTunes.

--Daddy B. Nice

3.


February 28, 2018:

Daddy B. Nice Announces THE WINNERS of the 2017 (11th Annual) SOUTHERN SOUL MUSIC AWARDS.

Best Cover Song

Top Contenders:

"Cowgirl (Remix)" ----- Big Yayo, Rosalyn Candy, J-Wonn
“Born Under A Bad Sign” ----- William Bell
“If Loving You Is Wrong” ----- Bigg Robb
“Shake Something (Remix)” ---- J. Red, Columbus Toy, Miss Lady Blues
“Amazing Back It Up” ----- Amazing Prince of Blues
“Put It On Paper” ---- Sharnette Hyter & Patrick Henry
“Can I Change My Mind?” ---- Andrew Edwards
“Shake It (Remix)” ----- Ra’Shad & J-Wonn
“Knock The Fire (Remix)” ----- Mr. David & Joe Nice

“Shake Something (Remix)” by J. Red, Columbus Toy & Miss Lady Soul

Listen to J. Red, Columbus Toy & Miss Lady Soul singing "Shake Something (Remix)" on YouTube.

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Honorary "B" Side

"Shake Something (w/ Columbus Toy & Ms. Lady Blues)"



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CD: Step N Out
Label: Soulmop Music Group

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Step N Out


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CD: J. RED the Nephew and Friends
Label: Soul Mop

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J. Red the Nephew and Friends,


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Enjoy Yourself


CD: Infinity
Label: Soul Mop

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Infinity


5 Stars 5 Stars 5 Stars 5 Stars 5 Stars 
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Forever And Ever


CD: Step N Out
Label: Soulmop Music Group

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Step N Out


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I Forgot I Was Married


CD: Platinum Soul
Label: Soul Mop

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Party Hard


CD: Platinum Soul
Label: Soul Mop

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Platinum Soul


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CD: J. RED the Nephew and Friends
Label: Soul Mop

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J. Red the Nephew and Friends,


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CD: Step N Out
Label: Soulmop Music Group

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Step N Out


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CD: J. RED the Nephew and Friends
Label: Soulmop Music Group

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J. Red the Nephew and Friends,


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CD: Step N Out
Label: Soulmop Music Group

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Step N Out


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Loving On You


CD: Soul Certified
Label: Soulmop Music Group

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Soul Certified


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Ms. Grown & Sexy


CD: Soul Certified
Label: Soul Mop

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Soul Certified


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Give It To Me


CD: Step N Out
Label: Soulmop Music Group

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