Demetrice Everett | Rainy Day

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Rainy Day

by Demetrice Everett

My music has a gospel/jazzy type feel, strong melody, musical and also inspirational..... It's that type of music you can listen to anytime of the day or night.
Genre: Jazz: Jazz-Funk
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Rainy Day is that type of song you would want to hear playing anytime of the day or night, and it's also a nice song to listen to while traveling on the road in your vehicle.... Rainy Day is a James Brown(Funk) type of song with a strong melody line to go along with it. Rainy Day is a song that would inspire you to have a better day, season and encourage your soul that you're going to make it no matter what situations you are facing.

Credits:
- Rainy Day is written, composed, and produced by Demetrice Everett

Musicians - Demetrice Everett on drums and aux
- Rameen Coatney on keys
- Sheldon Pugh on bass guitar
- David Dixon on lead guitar
- Jeff Grimes on horn section and saxophone

Singers - Quashawnda Everett - lead vocals
- Tia Chapman - background vocals
- Yolanda Henderson - background vocals

Forecast Introductory - Akilah Burns

Engineer - Jeff Grimes

Associate producers for Rainy Day - Kendal Wooden, Jeff Grimes

"Rainy Day" is a collaborative effort written by Demetrice and Quashawnda Everett



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@BlackcCaesarX

Rain Rain Go Away
This could well be the resurgence of modern Jazz music infused with a good element of funk and screaming guitar to keep it fresh an updated. PS the tight horn section doesn't hurt either held together by the driving bass and elevated drumming of Demetrice Everett