Jay Macabee: Got The Love

I’m not the best blogger to do a review on a song/artist. All I can do is suggest that you listen and form your own opinion. But, if you’re interested in how I feel about this particular song… I LOVE IT!

Jay Macabee, an up and coming artist from Florida, is spreading the love by way of his most recent single “Got The Love.” With the accompaniment of a smooth harmony, Macabee is gushing over a new-found love that has him flying high above the negativity. I dare you not to fall in love with the song after hearing a line like, “Hungry hearts consume, and loving you is like good food.”

This young artist is going against the grain. Opposed to complaining about these “hoes lack” of loyalty or two of his most recent flings in the same club knowing about one another, Macabee is keeping it real and relatable by referring to the one who has stood beside him through the ups, downs and life of being an artist.

I strongly suggest you take a few minutes of your time to listen to his single. After you do that, come back and tell me what you think!

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4 thoughts on “Jay Macabee: Got The Love

  1. I love the song! It is a Great song to start of the summer!! The attraction for me is the smooth jazzy beat that you can not keep your ears away from! I love it, I think Jay Macabee will be a great attribute to the Hip Hop Scene!

  2. OMG! This song is amazing! I love that it’s something new for hip hop! Straying away from the vulgar language and negative portrayals of our African American men and women, and showing that it is possible for our men to be monogamous and obtain true love. If the lyrics of the song don’t attract you I must agree the jazzy beat definitely will! Overall great song and great review. Do big things in hip hop Macabee!

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