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Whittington Still: On The Rise

Silky. Smooth. Sultry. Soulful. All "S" words that can be used to describe the vocal stylings (opps....there's another one) of Whittington Still. Of course, what comes to mind when listening to her is the late, great Phyllis Hyman. And, I'm sure she has heard that a dozen times. But all you need do is listen to her music and instantly you'll know she has established a soulful flow and sound of her own that makes her music oh so impactful. My personal favorite is "Why Are You Here?" It's the perfect combination of her silky smooth vocals over a tight RnB slow groove, reminiscent of the days when we used to get up close and personal in the basement parties. And, if you would like to hear the smoothest vocal acrobatics in a jazz style coming out of Camden New Jersey, I invite you to listen to "The Chase". If you close your eyes, you can hear Phyllis in there. If you just want to get your groove on, check out her Kem-esk composition, "Don't Be Afraid". Yes, I said Kem-esk because I could vision her doing a collaboration with Kem, one of my favorite male RnB vocalists. Check out Whittington Still on Spotify and all major streaming outlets. You can also get a steady dose of her on "Love in The Afternoon" Mondays and Wedsnesdays, 2-4pm EDT on WKCB-FM. . Check out her website

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