We've written about Khamari before. His second single this year "Tell Me" brings us back to his roots in Soul, with a breakup ballad that captures 'the moment when there are no answers left to unbreak a heart.' Produced by Khamari with the help of regular collaborator Trackside, and co-written by Kyle Lux, the musical side of this slow burner is topped off with Oscar Brown III's passionate guitar chops and a bass performance by Andrés Rebellón–one of Cuco's main collaborators.
"Tell Me" features a sticky, easygoing groove, a buttery bass line, and layers of Khamari's signature vocal presence: warm, intimate, and full of passion. Khamari now prepares for his next exciting chapter, following up on his wonderfully left-of-center cover of Jackson Browne's 'Doctor My Eyes' which quickly became one of his most requested tracks. This plaintive, personal lament recalls a bit of D'Angelo magic from his "Voodoo" classic, with a beat that won't quit and a guitar solo that hints at both Jazz and RnB influences.