What do you get whenever you pair a manufacturing group of Berklee College of Music-trained musicians with a powerhouse vocalist? A pure synergy referred to as “One More Time” by The Chemistri that includes Stacy Barthe, making its debut on Streets Talkin right now (Sept. 20).
“One More Time” is the second single from producers-turned-artists The Chemistri, comprised of LaDerrick Perry (TheChemist), Eddie Rooks (Energii) and Phillip Lewis (Dr. Phil). The trio’s newest observe is the follow-up to its debut single “Still Be Me,” a pop observe launched this spring that includes indie artist Molly Moore.
With credit between them that embrace collaborations with Alicia Keys, JoJo, Patti LaBelle and Rick Ross, The Chemistri is recording an EP due subsequent 12 months from Siri Music Group/Caroline. Siri is headed by president Chauncy Jackson and in partnership with the Jacqueline Saturn-helmed Caroline, Siri focuses on R&B and up to date pop.
Music followers know Barthe because the songwriting expertise behind such songs as Rihanna’s “Cheers (Drink to That),” Miley Cyrus’ “Adore You” and Katy Perry’s “Hummingbird Heartbeat.” Most not too long ago featured on “Victory Lap,” the title observe from Nipsey Hussle’s 2018 debut studio album, Barthe is at present at work on her new album, Love Life, additionally for Siri/Caroline.
With “One More Time,” The Chemistri and Barthe have crafted a deliciously ethereal but melodic R&B/pop observe that showcases the trio’s musical versatility and Barthe’s sultry, soulful voice. Recorded on the Westlake Studios in Los Angeles, the track addresses desirous to spend yet one more time with a possible particular somebody.
“Before Stacy even laid down her vocals, we knew this was our single,” The Chemistri says collectively. “It was such an natural expertise. The lyrics and melodies got here nearly instantly to her and Chauncy. Then up-and-coming songwriter Yawny loaned his pen, making the file full. It was simply a kind of periods the place the whole lot fell into place. Everything from the manufacturing to the writing — and even the title of this track — was meant to be.”
Listen to “One More Time”: