Korean R&B artist, Jimmy Brown, most popularly known for his hit tracks “Irene” and “2 Things,” continues to work earnestly over the course of 2021. Just this year alone, he released 19 single tracks and four EPs while collaborating with a diverse list of artists. Returning with Rovv and Sweet The Kid, Jimmy Brown releases the smooth and sensual triple single “The Good Days Boys Vol. 6,” a continuation of the trio’s The Good Days Boys saga. The three artists continue to showcase their ability to work seamlessly together to produce a collection of singles that provide enticing melodies and seductive lyrics.
Starting off with “Glow,” the album begins with a smooth, inviting introduction that skillfully sets up the remainder of the record. Implementing a classic R&B intro, the use of distorted vocals with background piano skillfully blends into Rovv’s emanating, rich tone supported by base and reverb when singing, “Yeah, you got a slim body / Wonder what if / Moonlights out / Give me that right now / We can take slowly (yeah) / How can I fall in?” After setting up the first half of the track with an alluring and captivating essence, Jimmy Brown emerges for the second verse with his dreamy, buttery tone. Exhibiting his vocal abilities, he uses his higher register to add dimension and variety to the musical flow while singing of the plans in his head he wants to put in motion. The mix of the two voices, both stylistic and warm, harmoniously bounce off of each other in a way that elevates the overall sound and attraction of the song.
Slowing us down, Jimmy Brown and Rovv follow with “Keep Rollin’.” Right from the beginning, Jimmy Brown showcases his soulful tone with the line “She don’t judge me, that’s her leverage” expressing that the person of interest has been placed on a pedestal. For the remainder of the track, both Jimmy Brown and Rovv express in different ways how this person blends well with them in more ways than one. Rovv comes in later for the second verse to add vocal variety by fusing his lower, rich tone to compliment Jimmy Brown’s falsetto. He dives into detail about how this person takes up all of the space in his mind and how although he may not be good enough for them, he wants to give all he has to win them over. The song comes to a close with Jimmy Brown restating the chorus to emphasize that this person remains above the rest.
“Wasting Time” rounds out the triple single. After two songs that express the positives that this person of interest displays, Jimmy Brown and Sweet the Kid come to the point where they want this person to decide if they are willing to simply waste time with them. Sweet The Kid makes his appearance in the single to provide an additional rich, multi-range vocal that creates layers of depth and a soulful, melodic tone. Expressing, “I don’t mind just wasting time with you / So let me go deeper,” they display their motives out in the open. The two voices use a tempting, euphonious melody to explain that they wouldn’t mind just spending time with this person, even if it may only be for a few moments. Lyrics full of lustful gazes and suggestive temptation show that they want to love someone, even if it may be to just pass the time.
“The Good Days Boys Vol. 6” acts as the sixth part of sensual tracks the three artists have produced together. Having like minded approaches to sounds and themes, the three work flawlessly to showcase their ability to create an authentic and full body sound that both entices and soothes fans. We are looking forward to seeing what Jimmy Brown and The Good Days Boys do next.