Felixx, a crooner-songwriter from the south, releases his latest single “Play For Keeps“. His latest drop off is a smooth crooning return. Featuring a mid-tempo but mellow relationship anthem, the R&B superstar returns with another hit song.
The latest release from him gives off a modern vibe and has a more mature and sexy flow. He shows maturity as a man in the new track, which taps into a softer side. As he is willing to “play for keeps”, he seems ready to walk away from his “player” ways of life and look for love instead of lust. Taking advantage of both high and low notes, it utilizes all of his range.
The 2021 Bonnie & Clyde
The video shows Felixx and his beautiful lady going about their daily routine. Throughout the video, we see just how much the two are ready to step up their game! A heist seems to be happening as scenes flash back and forth. Inviting the audience to experience modern day Bonnie and Clyde.
This love connection reveals what it means to play for keeps. Love is the one thing you can bank on when you’re living a gamble.
Felixx’s unabashed confidence, swag, and sexy vibe are what make his sound even better.
The vibe and style of his music is especially appealing to women, but men can also relate to and enjoy it as well.
The Birth Of Felixx
In addition to his birth name, the additional “x” signifies his commitment to putting his best foot forward. Whether it’s before an audience on stage or alone in the studio, to perform ten times harder than others. In addition to showing off his creativity and talents, it also shows his roots.
Musicians such as Mozart, John Mayer, Calvin Richardson, Prince, Justin Timberlake, and Miguel influenced his sound.
It is rare to find a musician today who incorporates live instruments into their recordings, but Felixx excels in doing so with captivating passion. His rise to R&B stardom was highlighted just recently with the VEVO premiere of his new music video for “Play For Keeps.” A new iTunes R&B chart shows Play for Keeps debuting at No. 5.
This article was penned by Jonathan P. Wright. Jonathan is a freelance writer for multiple mainstream publications and CVO of RADIOPUSHERS. You can read more of his work by clicking here.