SG Lewis’ New Album ‘Times’ Features A Wave Of Contemporary Nightclub Vibes

SG Lewis, a singer, songwriter, and music producer reveals his love of disco and related themes in the verses of his recently released album, ‘times.’ In its production modulations, the album produces a captivating stream of party-themes bordering on the essence of pop. It features artists such as Nile Rogers and Robyn, who bring the creative canvas full circle. The album takes off with disco-glazed intensity, transporting the listener to nightclubs and parties. It’s a jam-packed record that encourages the audience to get on the dance floor and feel at ease in their own skin.

At the age of 26, the artist is striking out on his own for the first time by making an album showcasing his potential and capacity as an artist. To augment the music’s design, the album has songs that create a sense of warmth and belonging. The “Feed the Fire” party track contains influences of pop and dance music while the “Back to Earth” blend incorporates pop music and dance influences. “One More” is a smooth and laid-back funk song with the artist’s vocals contributing additional meaning to the song’s thematic aura. So each song is unique and arrives as a part of a whole, that is, as part of the soundscape of the “times.” Working with several musicians, this artist creates a captivating project, and this project sets him on the road to success.

At the end of the day, the message that SG Lewis wants to send out is: have fun. Fans have long been anticipating the release of this album, and now that it has finally arrived, it is garnering a lot of praise. It’s as simple as it sounds. By working with PMR/EMI Records, he has the opportunity to display his versatile talents to the world. Shyness and creative ambiguity go hand in hand to enhance the artist’s creative objectives. This project is the beginning of a series of future projects that will help him cement his place as a global musician.

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