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“More To A Kiss” (previous review)

Will You Go With Me? (listen/download)

In the previous post regarding Atlantic Records R&B artist Netta Brielle, readers were hip to the fact that she currently has a mixtape out that she’s been promoting. The tape is called Will You Go With Me? and it contains a total of eleven tracks. The content is a combination of: Netta’s spins on a few old school R&B hits, interludes, and a couple of all original tunes. The project serves to give music lovers a preview of what Netta has in store with her upcoming debut album. Find out what cuts shined from this modern 90’s style collective, after the jump.

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“More To A Kiss” (iTunes)

Bay Area songstress Netta Brielle is a fresh new face to the infamous Atlantic Records family. She’s on a mission to bring back that old school 90’s flavor to the R&B scene that people enjoy and miss so much. She got her start in local talent events at a young age via crafts such as rapping and drum playing. Courtesy of her older sister, Netta drew her inspiration for music from the likes of Janet Jackson, Teena Marie, Mary J. Blige, and more. Eventually, her influences led her to make the transition into singing. She took her desire to sing to new heights, following the tragic loss of her younger sister. It was her way of turning the negative energy in her life into something positive while at the same time serving as an example to those around her. Netta would go on to catch the attention of the late Shakir Stewart (RIP) of Def Jam Records. He worked with Netta to help her find her footing in the music game. However, he passed away just as things were starting to take off and Netta’s career took a setback. But she didn’t let that keep her down. She and her team pushed forward and dropped a project titled Electric Rebel Sounds Mixtape. The tape along with Netta’s reputation caught the interest of Yancey Richardson of El Seven Recordings. He got Netta to Atlantic Records and the rest is history.