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Grammy Nominated and award-winning international jazz saxophonist and flautist, Najee, will release his highly anticipated new album ?You, Me, and Forever? on Shanachie Entertainment. The new album, produced by Najee, features singer and songwriter, Frank McComb, keyboardist, James Lloyd (from Pieces of a Dream), and pianist Robert Damper. With his recent Soul Train Award nominated album, ?The Morning After - A Musical Love Journey? (which debuted #1 Contemporary Jazz Album on the U.S. Billboard Charts), Najee considers his new work a culmination of who he is as an artist through his experiences in music. ?You, Me, and Forever? is Najee's 16th studio-album and third release on Shanachie Entertainment label. As he states, ?I'm truly blessed to have longevity in the genre of jazz. When I started in this business, I took my horn everywhere and had no idea where it would take me...but now I take my horn everywhere around the world.? His musical experiences is what has catapulted him for being one of the most sought after instrumentalists of our generation in both genres of Jazz and R&B. His new album ?You, Me, and Forever?, is a kaleidoscope project, fused with a mix of bossa nova, contemporary and straight-ahead jazz, and smooth r&b. ?For this album, I had a desire to work with musicians I've known for several years…including Chuck Johnson, Frank McComb and Andrea Wallace McComb. Najee considers this collaboration, long overdue as both artists have known each other for many years.
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