Kansas City Neo Soul Single LEVELLE Is Back With New Single "Don't Play With Love" Available Everywhere!
Posted By: LaMarr Blackmon on April 18, 2022 |
LeVelle, also referred to as “LB,” is an R&B/ Neo-Soul artist and songwriter from Kansas City.
LeVelle’s drive and dedication for his music career is personified through his ecstatic personality. This coupled with his soulful voice gives way to the talented artist that is LeVelle.
The inspiration for his musical career stems from his early exposure to different forms of music. Drawing influence from artists like Sam Cooke, Al Green, and Gerald LeVert, he has an assorted range of musical role models. These influences alongside his life experiences have allowed for the development of his unique musical style.
LeVelle was blessed with the opportunity to be Charlie Wilson’s background singer, and has graced the stage with other award-winning and talented artists such as Anthony Hamilton, Tank, and Robin Thicke, to name a few.
His single “Why” from his “My Journey Continues” album is just one of the songs within the album that portrays the overarching theme of appreciation for women, and peaked at #32 on the Urban AC Charts!
My Journey Continues is truly a labor of love, and the extensive hours spent in the studio resulted in an album that is loaded with songs that are reflective of that labor. Whether an individual chooses to listen to the soulful sound of "Do It" or the hip hop sounds of "Just for Me" LeVelle glides effortlessly between styles and provides a track for every listener to groove to.
Outside of his recent album LeVelle has debuted his new single alongside Grammy award winning artist, Anthony Hamilton. Titled “Fell In Love”
Fell in love peaked at #11 on BillBoards Adult R&B Chart!
"DON'T PLAY WITH LOVE”
"The song is inspired by heartbreak and pain and knowing what true love should be," mentions LeVelle. "Playing with love will make you miss out on the real love,"
"DON'T PLAY WITH LOVE” "The song is inspired by heartbreak and pain and knowing what true love should be," mentions LeVelle. "Playing with love will make you miss out on the real love.
If you enjoyed this article, Join HBCU CONNECT today for similar content and opportunities via email!
More From This Author