Angel Sessions is taking her fans on a journey, back when music from the 80s brought us many great artists. These great artists from that era were Whitney Houston, Sade, Anita Baker, Gloria Estefan, and Janet Jackson to name a few.
She remakes Janet Jackson’s smash single “Let’s Wait Awhile”. The remake of the single is produced by Andre Rivers with more up-tempo than the original. It has a smooth, yet bigger sound, much like a song performed in a live concert.
Since 2019 with the release of Angel’s phenomenal hit album, Joy which streamed millions across the mainstreaming platform, Angel is ready to give her fans a taste of another side of her style and talent.
“In my early career, I started out as an R&B recording artist writing many of my own songs and had the opportunity to release my first two R&B album worldwide on Ichiban Records and Volt Records. My fans today still buy my albums and have shared it on streaming platforms like YouTube, and I have also released in 2017 my album called I’m Who I Am, so they know I’m no stranger to R&B music. I did this remake and wanted to share it for my fans to enjoy and give credit to the amazing artist I listen to for many years and whom I love and adore as an artist, Janet Jackson” Angel said.
This is truly a record that you will fall in love with from the start of the beat. Click the play button to listen to this all-out masterpiece “Let’s Wait Awhile” below.
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