At a glance, he's a lot like any other guy you'd see in passing while going about your daily routine. A plain black t-shirt, jeans and Converse sneakers are the unassuming uniform of the unique, musical mind known as Randevyn, whose song delivery is much like that of a brilliant motivational speaker. It's been nearly three years since the introduction of the remarkable voice that brought us the album entitled, "SolTrain" and finally, he's at it again. After a brief stint writing with EMI producers such as Mr. DJ, (Outkast, Goodie Mob, Dungeon Family) and touring in a background spot with Universal's India.Arie, Earthtone Music is pleased to officially announce that Randevyn has returned to the music scene in a major way, with an album that promises to surpass his debut.
Initially embraced as a "soul" artist in Atlanta's underground soul movement along with other familiar southern talents like Algebra, Anthony David, Donnie, PJ Morton and India.Arie, Randevyn is now quickly becoming a distinct voice hinting toward a more mainstream sound. For Randevyn, the past three years have meant recording, furthering his development as a composer and revisiting his musicianship. Pulling in from this journey of self-discovery, Randevyn has resurfaced as a reinvented musician, sparking the interest of alternative, R&B and soul listeners alike.
"I'm not really interested in doing music for the sole purpose of becoming rich and or famous; that's a misguided intention. I realize that I have an assignment, a purpose - a mission. I want the chance to rent some space inside the minds of my audience. I want to challenge someone to live a better life, to thrive at their highest potential - whatever that means for them. I write for the purpose of impact. That's what my art is for. That's why I'm here."