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“I have an exploratory nature in life also and that is reflected in my music.” For the track Rahsaan reunited with Trina Broussard (Babyface, Mariah Carey, Toni Braxton Aretha Franklin) and for the first time welcomes La Tonya Williams (Snoop Dogg, Jay Z, Kendrick Lamar).

The moody, no holds barred message and undeniable flow of “Break it Down” features a live band and was co-written with Rachelle Ferrell (Quincy Jones, Lalah Hathaway, India.

I was so inspired by the music that it was easy to write what needed to be said.” Rahsaan collaborated with songwriter Jamey Jaz (Ledisi, Gladys Knight, Chanté Moore) for the seductive funk workout “Silly, Love Fool.” “We’ve been collaborating with one another since 1992 and when we are together it is magic. Over the course of my albums our collaborations together always resonated with people.” “Rock And Roll” is a straight up party jam that effortlessly fuses genre and feel.

“I am more than classic R&B guy,” declares Rahsaan.

The 13-track odyssey opens with the irresistible “Catch Me When I Fall.” Rahsaan explains, “The thing we want to know in a relationship is will we be caught if and when we do fall?

At a lot of times we get deep in a relationship and then contemplate, ‘will you catch me?

It is no wonder why R&B goddess Chaka Khan has sung his praises and he has been co-billed with Earth Wind & Fire, Lalah Hathaway and Fantasia.

However, these experiences can be used as tools,” explains Rahsaan.

“The wisdom gained can become a source of strength to fight against what the world has to offer, which is not always positive.” One of the things that has endeared Rahsaan Patterson to critics and fans alike is his instantly recognizable voice that in its most natural state is flawless.

It is only fitting that Rahsaan Patterson’s seventh album as a leader, Heroes & Gods, to be released on Shanachie Entertainment May 17, 2019, is his boldest musical gift to the world yet.

“This was the longest amount of time that I have ever allowed myself to make an album,” confesses Rahsaan.

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