Chicago-based singer/songwriter/producer Anthony Pavel has partnered with the Chicago Tribune’s Red Eye for the premiere of his long-awaited debut EP Windows. Boasting infectious pop gems such as “Herstory” featuring Saba and “Runaway”, the 6-track offering makes for a strong introduction, beautifully showcasing Pavel’s impressive vocal range, soulful swagger, and undeniable charm. Enjoy this audio stream below after the jump.
Pavel will celebrate with a “double release show” on Friday, April 8th at First Ward @ Chicago’s Chop Shop, along with hip hop/jazz collective Zaramela, whose new project Realized drops onApril 5th. Advance tickets are available for purchase: http://www.ticketfly.com/event/1127197
Chicago insiders and hip hop enthusiasts are already well acquainted with Pavel’s work — the burgeoning star produced “Comfort Food” from Saba’s widely praised Comfort Zone mixtape and sang on “Back Home” featuring Mos Def off ASAP Rocky’s latest album, At.Long.Last.ASAP. Most notably, he lent his silky vocals to “Food for Thought”, a jazz-infused collaboration with producer Ikon, Saba, NoName Gypsy, and Malcolm London.
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