Detroit's own J. Brown is one of the most impressive male R&B singers to cross our paths in a minute, releasing a steady flow of quality singles. His consistency culminated in the release of his debut album Chapter & Verse last month to positive reviews. Not only has he caught the attention of music lovers, but he's gotten on the radar of his music idols, too. One such is the R&B General Tank, who J. Brown had the opportunity to record the single "Don't Rush" with. After vibing in the studio, the two singers reunite for the music video.
J. Brown and Tank are in their loverman bag on “Don’t Rush,” co-written by Tank and Travis Bruce and produced by Brian Vincent Bates. The crooners take turns expressing their desire to take their time when it comes down to making love. Brown and Tank’s vocals compliment each other on their mission to please.
Instead of going the obvious route for the bedroom banger, director Evrard Solomon sets the scene for the visual in a nightclub. The duet partners enter and chop it up with the bartender at the bar. J. Brown mentions that they heard that the spot has the best karaoke in town, and the bartender challenges them to turn it out or they'll have to pay for their drinks. He clearly didn't know who he was talking to.
Challenge accepted, J. Brown gets on stage and once he starts singing, it’s a wrap. The numerous women in the club are mesmerized by his vocals. The ladies are hot and bothered, and J. Brown and Tank take their time to work the crowd and take full advantage of all the attention being shown to them.
Kudos to J. Brown and Tank for keeping it classy yet still sexy in the “Don't Rush” video. For more soulful R&B jams like this, make sure to check out J. Brown's Chapter & Verse from your favorite digital music provider if you haven't already after you watch “Don't Rush" below.