By Jack Barnes
Hind sight is most definitely 20/20 when it comes to trying to understand where we go wrong in life, but why does it often take people to lose what they’ve got to appreciate it? Singer/songwriter Gene Noble gets the heart of the matter with his latest release “For Granted” featuring the soul penetrating vocals of Keisha Renee. Enjoy this audio stream below after the jump.
The duo bewail the loss of love as the effect of taking a partner for granted by the things we say and do or don’t say or do. Produced by Geniuz League (Usher) Nobles’ pain is palpable in this powerful ballad which evokes the penitence of crashing from a tumultuous love.
Relentless, powerful and provocative is how many describe Grammy nominated songwriter & singer Gene Noble’s vocal ability. With his unique vibrato and jaw dropping falsettos, he’s a crowd pleaser who continues to amaze audiences throughout the US and Europe.
A native of New York and BET Music Matters artist, Noble’s music is influenced by his love of jazz, gospel, rock, pop, and country. His highly anticipated debut EP – Rebirth of Gene was rated a “Top 20 R&B Album” for 2014 by Rhapsody.
Noble is an accomplished songwriter, having written for some of music’s top artists including Rhianna, Chris Brown, Faith Evans, and more he is now a Top 40 artist with his song “Only Love” (a collaboration with Shaggy and Pitbull) making the rounds at radio stations worldwide.
Noble’s life began in Manhattan, Kansas as an army brat. After the death of his father, music became his sanctuary. As a teenager he witnessed R&B artist D’Angelo perform on his Voodoo tour. He knew then that he wanted to become a celebrated performing artist .
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