Chad Focus Ft. Raeliss – Dance With Me |@iamchadarrington
Dance With Me
BALTIMORE, MD (AUGUST 1ST, 2017) – Singer, songwriter, and successful entrepreneur Chad Arrington, (A.K.A. “Chad Focus,”) proves there are no limits to his creative skill set. Whether it is in the business realm or the performing Chad Focusarts, Chad Focus knows you’re only as good as the team around you. Now, he has surrounded himself with some of Baltimore’s finest artists to release his debut, Get to the Money. Within the first three singles to drop from the album, Chaddisplays his innate gift – that is; knowing how to “focus” and Get to the Money.
Get to the Money features performances from a talented team which includes; Raeliss, Flames, Troyse, and Cito G. This tightly bound group intertwines an urban-based rap, pop, and hip-hop sound into the positive and potent tracks heard on the album. Three strong singles are releasing to the radio, the title track, “Get to the Money,” “Drinks on Me,” and “4Eva Young.”
“Get to the Money” is a well-balanced mix of beats with harmonic, hypnotic and carefully-crafted vocals featuring Chad Focus, Troyse, Cito G, and Flames. “Drinks on Me,” (ft. Raeliss,) displays a sultry, smooth ambiance wrapped in mesmerizing vocals. Cito G’s “4Eva Young” ft. Chad Focus wraps up this trio with a poetry-in-motion attitude and a polished urban rap and hip-hop flavor. Chad explains the catalyst behind Get to the Money, “This project represents themes that revolve around real-life experiences such as legal hustling, and a myriad of other subjects. All the tracks are originals, are written and produced by Chad and cohorts at Focus Music.
Overall, Get to the Money has a decade worth of inspiration behind it. Chad and his muses have pulled from the A-list names that influenced him. He has created a collision of styles from “The Motown Sound,” The Jackson 5, Stevie Wonder together with the sounds of The Notorious B.I.G, Jay Z, and Sean “Diddy” Combs. Just as other successful people, Chad Focus knows that the only option is hard work and a concentration on your craft. He explains, “There are no excuses and no procrastination, there’s one option … focus on your dreams and goals to Get to the Money.