has let the world know that
“Virginia’s For Lovers” and is determined to keep the world falling in love with timeless R&B music and his sultry sound. With the intimate, sparsely arranged, slow simmering, Prince-like “I Need You”
Well! He’s keeping the fire burning!
Serving as the project’s co-producer, the singer works with a variety of top-level producers, including Gregory Mitchell, The Few, Howard McNair, Jason Watson and Mark McCutcheon.
Key tracks include “Beside Me,” a passionate, desire filled ballad with Virginia based R&B singer Deli Rowe that rolls like the contemporary equivalent of those classic Marvin Gaye/Tammi Terrell duets; the sexy and immersive.
The third single from his highly anticipated album
set to be released on March 27th 2020
Lydell believes for a deeper connection. You must have meaningful conversations. Be present, show you care. Learn from your problems, be open to different views of love. Give love always, pay attention to one another needs. Change your beliefs about love and the world.
He say’s “Intimacy involves feelings of emotional closeness and connectedness with another person”. Intimate relationships are often characterized by attitudes of mutual trust, caring, and acceptance. Sexual activities can take place with others where there can be varying degrees of intimacy. That’s the very thing that makes your relationship different to every other relationship in your life.
You can spend time and connect with other people, but sex is something that is only for the two of you. Building and nurturing an intimacy and connection that is shared only between the two of you and your mate. Intimacy in any relationship friendship, family or love relationship. Desire feeds physical intimacy which in turn feeds connection, nutrients and the protective guard around relationships. So Show Up with fresh eyes, breed affection between the two of you and nobody else.
“True intimacy is a state in which nothing exists between two people, no space, no inhibitions and no lies”
Purchase Lydell’s new album “Without You.”