Jermaine Riley’s “Hello Earth” featured on FrostWire

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Jermaine Riley’s Hello Earth featured on FrostWire for Windows, Mac and Linux

Jermaine Riley might not be a household name just yet but he’s certainly worth keeping an eye on.

Hello Earth is Jermaine’s latest release following his previous records; Goodbye Krypton (which was his debut record) and Nine Ten Eleven – The Refixes (which was composed of remakes). Both of which along with a couple of his singles are all available for free download, just like this latest one.

Mixing soulful R&B with a cool hip hop dance rhythm, Hello Earth makes for a great club album or something to hold on to if you simply need some smoothing tracks for evening company.

Jermaine Riley’s Hello Earth featured on FrostWire for Android

Former member of Brit pop and R&B group, FMD, Jermaine Riley is slowly but surely carving a name for himself in the scene as a solo artist. Showcasing his love for one of the most well-known superheroes the world over, Superman; Riley packs Hello Earth with 11 cuts that range from R&B mellow mixes to upbeat dance cuts.

Paying homage to the creators of Superman, Jerry Siegel and Joe Shuster; the album chronicles Superman’s transition from leaving Krypton and moving to Earth. I guess, you can say it’s a concept album of sorts. The songs are both catchy and easy to listen to. You’ll find traces of Ne-Yo, Usher and Chris Brown as you listen.

Track like Smallville beautifully features Jermaine’s vocal range. It’s a sweet song that you can pop onto your player and enjoy without much fuss. A few must-listen cuts include Wonder Woman ft. Lioness; Peaceful Day ft. Cherri V and of course, title track, Hello Earth.

Jermaine Riley is an artist that you shouldn’t miss out on especially if you love R&B. Unlike his previous releases which featured covers or 90s samples, Hello Earth is all about the artist. It comes with original cuts and a nice (not to mention) fresh take on the concept album. Really enjoyable piece that you should be downloading right now.

Related Links:

Jermaine Riley on BandCamp
Jermaine Riley Official Website
Jermaine Riley on Facebook
Jermaine Riley on Twitter

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2 thoughts on “Jermaine Riley’s “Hello Earth” featured on FrostWire

    1. Hi, if you are talking about $0.99 to remove ads on the Android app, you need to go to your Google Play Store app and request for the refund there, we’re not able to issue refunds, Google doesn’t give us that option, users can get refunds all by themselves.

      Hopes this helps Jeffrey.

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