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Ben Righter is "Winning" on soulful single
(Published: March 09, 2019)

Ben Righter has a voice so warm it could melt polar ice caps.

On his latest single "Winning," Righter cranks up the steam, effortlessly blending soul, R&B, and Adult Contemporary for a potent slow jam that echoes the best work of Usher. This is a nighttime ballad, the kind of date music with wide-ranging crossover appeal.

As slick as contemporary urban pop but silky as smooth jazz, Righter finds the middle ground of genre hybrids, allowing the unyielding romanticism of his singing defy categorization.

Focusing on the breathless intensity after a first date, "Winning" captures that sense of untainted exhilaration. The youthful excitement, the daydream glow of a new love: It's all there in Righter's vocals, exploding in fireworks like he's the only boy in the world. The production is sleek and effective, letting his polished croon savor every second of the emotional high. It's a "Winning" combination.

More Information: http://www.benrighter.com

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