Credits:
Brand Manager :
BHMG
Produced by :
Tha Saint
Keyboards :
Tha Saint
Song: "Come Get This Love (The Samuel Archer Remix - Instrumental)"

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Credits:
Brand Manager :
BHMG
Produced by :
Tha Saint
Keyboards :
Tha Saint
Song: "Come Get This Love (The Samuel Archer Remix - Instrumental)"

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Once signed to Jimmy Jam & Terry Lewis’s Perspective Records, Raja-Nee' made inroads to urban radio with the 1994 club-powered “Turn It Up". Thanks to landing a spot on the motion picture soundtrack of the Keenan Ivory Wayans comedy/action film, A Low Down Dirty Shame, the song soared into the Top 40 on the R&B charts. But shortly after, the label suddenly shuttered and Raja-Nee' faded into the background. Now almost three decades later, Raja-Nee’ is ending her long sabbatical from music and returning with a new album, the much anticipated follow-up to her debut LP Hot & Ready.

And for her first attempt at a comeback, Raja-Nee' drops “Come Get This Love” on our ears. It’s a titillating ballad highlighted with exquisite soulful musicianship from John “The Saint” Morris and Wilfred “Nenja” Frelix, and cozied perfectly with amorous vocals from the Chicago-based songstress. It’s so easy to fall in love with this rapturous throwback to ‘90’s neo-soul and dreamy Aaliyah R&B.
Once signed to Jimmy Jam & Terry Lewis’s Perspective Records, Raja-Nee' made inroads to urban radio with the 1994 club-powered “Turn It Up". Thanks to landing a spot on the motion picture soundtrack of the Keenan Ivory Wayans comedy/action film, A Low Down Dirty Shame, the song soared into the Top 40 on the R&B charts. But shortly after, the label suddenly shuttered and Raja-Nee' faded into the background. Now almost three decades later, Raja-Nee’ is ending her long sabbatical from music and returning with a new album, the much anticipated follow-up to her debut LP Hot & Ready.

And for her first attempt at a comeback, Raja-Nee' drops “Come Get This Love” on our ears. It’s a titillating ballad highlighted with exquisite soulful musicianship from John “The Saint” Morris and Wilfred “Nenja” Frelix, and cozied perfectly with amorous vocals from the Chicago-based songstress. It’s so easy to fall in love with this rapturous throwback to ‘90’s neo-soul and dreamy Aaliyah R&B.
Credits:
Produced by :
Tha Saint
Keyboards :
Tha Saint
The latest single from Raja-Nee's forthcoming May 2021 CD release "The Sovereign of 14742". "Come Get This Love" features jazz musicians ThaSaint and Wilfred Frelix, written by Richard E. Wilford and video shot by Will Mass.
Credits:
Produced by :
Tha Saint
Keyboards :
Tha Saint
The latest single from Raja-Nee's forthcoming May 2021 CD release "The Sovereign of 14742". "Come Get This Love" features jazz musicians ThaSaint and Wilfred Frelix, written by Richard E. Wilford and video shot by Will Mass.
 Raja-Nee

“Come Get This Love” written by Richard Wilford & Raja-Nee’, produced by and featuring John ThaSaint Morris & Wilfred Frelix is still receiving airplay worldwide. However, Raja-Nee’ desired to have a remix produced and teamed up with Samuel Archer the founder of “Muzilog” an online magazine publication, focused on music, entertainment, and culture to produce a remix track that definitely has a groove that will make the novice dancer want to “Step” as they say in Chicago. "Come Get This Love (The Samuel Archer Remix)" will be available for sale on July 2, 2021.
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Come Get This Love (The Samuel Archer Remix)
Raja-Nee’ has reemerged from her musical hiatus with a vengeance. Her ...
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Come Get This Love (The Samuel Archer Remix)

Raja-Nee’ has reemerged from her musical hiatus with a vengeance. Her latest single “Come Get This Love” has been making waves on music charts not only in the UK but is now making its way back to the US. Entering the UK Amazon Hot New Releases chart at #4 and Amazon Best Sellers at #12. It has garnered the #1 spot in both the UK and Italy and has remained in the top 10 on the Urban influencer US & UK charts.

“Come Get This Love” written by Richard Wilford & Raja-Nee’, produced by and featuring John ThaSaint Morris & Wilfred Frelix is still receiving airplay worldwide. However, Raja-Nee’ desired to have a remix produced and teamed up with Samuel Archer the founder of “Muzilog” an online magazine publication, focused on music, entertainment, and culture to produce a remix track that definitely has a groove that will make the novice dancer want to “Step” as they say in Chicago. 

Wilfred Frelix, guitar player extraordinaire teams back up with Raja-Nee’ to contribute some serious guitar licks as only he could, with Raja-Nee’ adding new vocals to complete this tantalizing remix. Be on the lookout for more to come from Raja-Nee’ including the long-anticipated CD “The Sovereign of 14742”.  Although it’s been delayed, some things are well worth the wait…   "Come Get This Love (The Samuel Archer Remix)" will be available for sale on July 2, 2021.
Artist Profile
Raja-Nee' began singing in church as a child. As an emerging talent Ra...
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Artist Profile
Raja-Nee' began singing in church as a child. As an emerging talent Raja-Nee’s voice was recognized by Marshall Thompson of Chicago’s infamous Chi-Lites. His mentorship helped to develop her craft and stage presence. Later, she traveled abroad with the Chi-Lites and recorded on their "Just Say You Love Me" album. In addition, Raja-Nee' caught the eye of production team Auto & Cherokee who signed her to a production deal and landed her an audition with super producers Jimmy Jam and Terry Lewis. Eventually, leading to her solo project on their Perspective recording label as the ragga-hop artist; Raja-Nee'. 

After signing with Perspective, Jam and Lewis went on to produce her hit track “Turn It Up” for “A Low Down Dirty Shame” soundtrack. As a Perspective artist she also recorded with: Low-Key, SOLO, and the "Godfather of Soul," James Brown.
Now almost three decades later, Raja-Nee’ is ending her long sabbatical from music and returning with a new album, the much anticipated follow-up to her debut LP Hot & Ready.

For her first attempt at a comeback, Raja-Nee' drops “Come Get This Love” on our ears. It’s a titillating ballad highlighted with exquisite soulful musicianship from John “The Saint” Morris and Wilfred “Nenja” Frelix, and cozied perfectly with amorous vocals from the Chicago-based songstress. It’s so easy to fall in love with this rapturous throwback to ‘90’s neo-soul and dreamy Aaliyah R&B.