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 LeAL ReY - Self-Titled

LeAL ReY - Self-Titled LeAL ReY begins his self-titled four-song EP smartly with a very familiar song, “La Bamba,” which became most popular when Los Lobos covered it for the movie of the same name in the ‘80s.

The production is quite good on this EP highlighting many catchy pop-rock songs. LeAL ReY is very talented; he has a nice warm voice that you will become immediately attracted to and a pop sensibility beyond his years. “I Love You, I Hate You” sounds like something that would be appropriate for a teenager’s movie or TV show, it has that ring to it.

This music is strongly pop oriented with the potential for its marketability in several areas. The next logical step would be to explore his vocal talents further with a few different styles on full-length album. An artist this young with so much potential should approach the music business in this way, one-step at a time, then wait for the reactions and responses of critics, fans and potential labels. I am sure this EP will create some interest. By the looks of him, I would think teenage girls would probably be his biggest market at this point, who knows what could happen after that?

1. La Bamba (2:36)
2. It Could’ve Been Like Before (3:17)
3. I Love You, I Hate You (3:25)
4. Vulnerable (3:18)

© Keith "MuzikMan" Hannaleck
Posted By: Keith Hannaleck
Genre: Pop-Rock
Record Label: The Turn

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