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  • Klay Cartier razzles and dazzles with fiery single ‘On The Low’


    On September 21, 2023, the talented American vocalist and songwriter, Klay Cartier, unveiled his latest single, ‘On The Low,’ through Kult Klassic Studios. Hailing from the American Midwest, Cartier has garnered significant attention from influential publications like CLASH Magazine, NOTION Magazine, WordPlay Magazine, Music Crowns, CLOUT, and more. His music exudes an irresistible and soulful charm, drawing inspiration from icons such as Drake, Marvin Gaye, Michael Jackson, and Stevie Wonder. Building on his momentum, ‘On The Low’ has already premiered and received support from notable webzine EARMILK.

    On The Low’ stands out with Klay‘s distinctive personality and confident swagger woven into its fabric. It exudes soulfulness, sensuality, and an enticing rhythm, boasting lyrics rich in flavor as Cartier showcases his vocal prowess over a simmering and dreamy R&B backdrop. Delving into the theme of forbidden love, Klay Cartier leaves nothing unsaid, openly acknowledging an enigmatic lover and their romantic escapades. It’s reminiscent of the golden era of classic R&B, evoking a real nostalgic response, when soulful R&B ruled the radio waves. Despite its classic feel though, it evokes contemporary images of artists such as Bryson Tiller and Jermemih.

    Klay Cartier had this to say: “I’m so excited about this release because I’m finally giving people what they want. I’m showcasing my natural ability in R&B and I’m bringing back that classic R&B. This song is sexy, sultry and definitely an ode to the early 00’s R&B.”

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