Seriously, his voice is lyrically soul like syrup mixed with a unique edge that I can’t quite describe. His sound is amazingly honest and lacks the pretentious churn that is often baked into newer, emerging, artists. His story?
Pleasure Ellis was not discovered on the streets. He was not discovered in a talent show. Pleasure Ellis was discovered through a phone call. He made that phone call. The receiver of his phone call? MC Hammer. That’s right, he contacted MC and informed him of his ability to sing at MC Hammer’s private residence. Read all about it here.
THIEF IN THE NITE Video:
I sat there thinking: Yes he has hints of MJ in him. Yes he is a talented reminder of the power of influence and appreciation. And yes, I will put this song on spin. A comfortable sense thinking MJ is “gone but NEVER forgotten”. It’s a beautiful fusion of sound and memories.