Blazing hot Long Island R&B soldier, Drew Vision, has his mind aligned with what he perceives to be his prize while he shines over his latest EP release, ‘Shades of Summer’. Starting off with a soulful feel over the first track, “No Do Overs”, chills immediately run down the spines of listeners from Drew’s sensual vocals over the confessional track that conveys the level of maturity that Drew has reached within as he brings the truth forward from behind the curtain. The second track, “Want ‘em All”, begins with a mysterious touch that sends an endorphin rush through you and hacks into your happy chemicals as Drew’s vulnerability is electric, soothing and profoundly real.
“Feel This Way” is the third track that is reminiscent of Craig David back in his 2000 ‘Born to Do It’ days as Drew serenades his lady with verbal stimulation that is a jeweled lyrical delivery of passionate love. The fourth track, “I Give Good Love”, not only lures you in with a confident title, the track enchants listeners with an energetic surge of charisma while promoting further chemistry between two lovers falling in love. Closing the sensational EP with “Deep Water”, Drew Vision shows the range of his vocals while slowing it down to soar through his emotions that are furthest from the shallow end and abounding with sincerity.
Sexy, strong, confident, poised and lyrically rich music is the conclusion drawn from multiple listens of ‘Shades of Summer EP’ and Drew Vision’s embodiment of strong character and depth. ‘Shades of Summer’ is arguably one of the most underrated releases this year, and Drew’s dynamic and exposed charm is magnetic. Although Drew has been progressively making his mark in the music industry, there’s no doubt that you’ll be seeing more of his remarkable talent over the years to come.