Leon Bridges, The Old & New Sound of R&B

The album Good Thing will land May 4th. Until then, Leon Bridges has arrived with two classic singles ‘Bet Ain’t Worth the Hand’ & ‘Bad Bad News’

Bet Ain’t Worth The Hand

Bad Bad News

In 2015, Leon Bridges, 28, released the critically acclaimed album ‘Coming Home’ which was recorded entirely in his home town of Fort Worth, Texas. After signing with Columbia, Bridges received a Grammy nomination while is debut album went on to register a gold certification. The artist resembles Otis Redding and Sam Cook by appearing on stage in vintage attire and having the talent and songwriting skills to support the conspicuous comparisons.

Below is a recent interview where Bridges discusses his rise to the top and imprint on today’s music scene.

Leon Bridges Interview

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