Based in TN, Jacob Rice has been the musician artist to watch out for as he swiftly makes a name for himself beyond even the Nashville borders as his music endears itself to massive global listeners from different parts of the world. His rise has not been a fluke but a result of hard work, dedication, and careful persistency backed by his naturally likable style of music. Its firm foundation in the popular country genre and added scintillating character of modern pop and the flavorful R&B make it authentically Rice’s!
For his debut EP, “Whatever Floats Your Boat,” he collaborated with a producer and good friend, James Sinclair-Stott, and this 5-piece collection just underscores what each and everyone has been thinking. Jacob has star quality, and his faultless passion and genuine authenticity will place him at the top as he seeks to build and cement his legacy one release at a time!
“How a Man Treats a Lady” boasts intriguing performances and that deeply profound songwriting style that Jacob Rice expertly makes his own. Luxurious in melody and with a strong theme at its heart, this is a tune that offers a plethora of fascinating musical concepts to dive into, whether it’d be the highly tasteful lead guitar work, inspired inclusion of the drums, or the very passionate vocal performance at its core. “How a Man Treats a Lady” is a sensational bit of songwriting that contains both great depth and maturity in its craftsmanship. The lyrics here paint a vividly detailed and thematically potent picture of how a many should treat his lady!
“Forever I Do” fuses all these Country elements with a very sparkling upright bass, and this tune has added that beauteous pop attitude with the capstone resting at that extremely lively chorus performed straight from the heart. When Jacob starts singing, “Baby you’ve got me thinking lately…” then there is no holding back as you find yourself drawn in and singing your lungs out!
“My House” has a very appetizing electric guitar intro and builds on the quintessential storytelling associated with the country genre. Rice’s vocal performance is very strong and embodies all the appropriate emotion and nuance required by the lyrics to reach their full effectiveness.
The tunes “Floats Your Boat” and “Me, You & Summertime” meet the threshold for quality tunes that are radio staples – boasting heartfelt vocal performances, inspired songwriting, and phenomenal melodies at the core.
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