If, like us, you were big fans of the US legal drama ‘Suits’, you will have heard Stealth‘s incredible vocals. Stealth‘s epic song ‘Judgement Day’ plays over the opening montage.
On this single, Stealth proves he is as adept at dancefloor lyrics as he is on the big screen. On ‘Beggin’ For Change’, he delivers a killer bluesy vocal for producer-extraordinaire James Hurr and legendary London DJ Smokin’ Jo. House music & the blues are always a good mix, and Stealth‘s song about an artist trapped by meagre earnings is masterfully put to a thumping guitar groove by Jo & Hurr.
“Jo & James had been working on this great track and James sent it over to me to have a go at a bluesy hook, (which is totally my bag), and with all that’s going on at the moment, with the cost-of-living crisis etc you don’t need to look hard for inspiration. I felt most could relate to working hard and barley being able to make ends meet. Also, the “beggin’ for change” has sort of a double meaning for me, on one hand its very obvious, like begging for cash, but also in a more ideological sense, begging for a change of ideology and policy to help hard working people.” – Stealth
If you like ‘Suga’ by Green Velvet & Technasia or ‘Sete’ by BLOND:ISH and Amadou & Mariam, this could be for you.
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