Chef Seff's Music Review: NDOTO

Greensboro native Dexter Jordan is on fire, literally. This past weekend, he dropped "NDOTO"; his sophomore effort following the critically acclaimed debut, "Innovation EP". The title fits the project perfectly; with instrumentals that capture the essence of perhaps what he dreams about on a daily basis. The project starts off with "Saturday", a jazz/neo soul melody that sums up pretty much what we all would love to do when we have a weekend off. "Snow" is a very nostalgic yet powerful song, reminding us that sometimes; the simplest things makes us happy and that black lives still matter. Other cuts like "Lazy", Green Moon" and "Separate the Right from the Wrong" are great; but my two favorites that really stand out on this project are "Hennessy" and the Nirvana cover "Dumb". It shows maturity and range I haven't seen in a R&B singer in a while; reminiscent to KiD CuDi's cover "Where Did You Sleep Last Night".  "NDOTO" holds nothing back and will go down as a crowd pleaser. Dexter Jordan ensures us that he is living his dreams; and his fans (including me lol) will be happy to join the ride,

NDOTO: 9.5/10

Notable songs: "Lazy"
                         "Green Moon"

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