First Impressions: 'F*ck Love' Says Kameron Corvet
Thursday, February 16, 2012
I don't know too much about Kameron Corvert, a singer/songwriter out of Atlanta, but I'm quite feeling his new freebie EP, lovingly entitled, F*ck Love that possesses an eclectic yet R&B flavored vibe that I wish a lot more cats would do. From the title you might be pressed to think that this dude has got to be bitter this side of Cee-Lo Green, but actually Kameron crafts the theme of love's forever mutations, because isn't that what "love" is---completely fabulous one minute and gut-wrenching the next?
What was of real interest on this set is the enetergetic slip n' slide "Legends Of The Fall", a groove-a-minute slice that makes great use of The Gap Band's "Outstanding" in it's backing. Another piece of interest is Kameron's rework of Terence Trent D'Arby's classic slow jam, "Sign Your Name", where Kameron twists the song into a completely different vibe as well as interjects some lyrics in French to give it a certain flair. As a D'Arby purist, I have to say this cover is très chic. For the lovers, the fighters, and most importantly those who are rolling in the deep, this freeEP is definitely something to download (see below) and not pass up.
Kameron Corvet - F*ck Love EP