“All Grown Up” digs into the heart and soul of contemporary adult-orientated music.
A voice so warm and tender that anything wrapped within its embrace make
the songs totally irresistible. Randolph sings every song with his deep rich baritone voice. His, is a voice meant for all seasons. There is nothing more relaxing than listening to his smooth voice to the setting sun or
in front of a fireplace.
This is music that is great for listening or slow-dancing in an intimate setting…maybe
just for two. This is clear right from the opening track, “One In A Million”, which pretty much sets the careful pace and mellow tone for the rest of the album. Track by track, Randolph slowly digs into the heart and soul of contemporary adult-orientated music
with that R&B and jazzy flair.
Randolph’s messages of love and faith are not just confined to personal relationships. He is also able to
move his spirit and soul onto a much higher plane when he engages his Christianity on the Gospel tracks, “Living In A Place (Where There Is No Sin)” and“It’s A Long Way Back”.
And just to prove he has his finger on the pulse of modern music, Randolph throws
in the hip-hop beat-based track, “Drop It Low”.
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