Rochelle Jordan’s voice is smoother than a newborn’s skin and briskly becoming more addictive than a line of uncut cocaine. In a year that has seen the R&B genre allow Frank Ocean and The Weeknd rise to prominence and Miguel’s release stand as one of the better debut projects in quite some time, the future illuminates brightly for the Toronto product. The follow up to sultry and regretful “How To Feel” is a direct contrast of emotions. Rochelle enjoys the personal moments and appreciates the meaning of patience with her significant other on the Klash-produced “Take Time.” Point blank, this is dope as hell. The Aaliyah vibes are too much to ignore and one dope aspect is that she doesn’t have to smut herself out to create music with replay value.
With each peak into her catalouge, R.J. becoming a name to take notice of in the R&B world seems to be painting itself as more of an expectation than possibility. Like I said many, many moons ago, Canada stays winning.
Rochelle Jordan – “Take Time” (Prod. By Klash)