Prince Inspired Spotify Single “A New Way of Love” by Randy Hall is a Music Hit


Randy Hall, frequent musical collaborator of Miles Davis, releases his new smooth jazz sexy single titled “A New Way of Love.” Randy Hall worked with Miles Davis on his record of The Man With The Horn, which gave Hall a lot of exposure and as a result of his singing of the title track, was invited to join. the soul/funk band Pleasure. After this, Hall was occasionally asked by Davis to compose some songs. Miles Davis is also notably recognized for collaborating with Prince, in which some influences can be heard.


Listen to “A New Way of Love” On Spotify!  


After leaving the successful band Pleasure, Hall had more successes in his career as an artist/producer and in 1984, he released a solo album, I Belong to You, produced by Ray Parker, Jr. (of Raydio and “Ghostbusters” fame). The album included contributions from Irving, Wilburn, Crews and Burris. In 1985, Hall was in Ray Parker Jr’s studio (Ameraycan) in Los Angeles, recording a follow-up solo album, Love You Like A Stranger.


Check out the “A New Way Of Love” Video on YouTube! 


In hist most recent release, “A New Way of Love” has a sweet ear-bending harmonic surprise

brought to life by female backup singers, while the rhythm track gives those mature enough to remember a masterful Barry White vibration. The track includes pocketed digi-beats, bass and ambient guitar, blended together them with some la-la female backing vocal garnish, with a sexy lead vocal,  and you’ve got singer/guitarist Randy Hall’s sexy new single, “A New Way of Love.”


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“A New Way Of Love” YouTube Video 

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