Before It’s Released Reviews: Jarvis Redd “The Hands of a Woman”

Already climbing the scales of major success rising country superstar is set to release his debut single, “The Hands of a Woman” via Verge Records/One RPM.

After making history on TikTok with over a million followers in less than a week, Jarvis Redd launched a career filled with excitement, joy and surprises as he was invited to sing in the CMA festival in Nashville this coming June. Aside from that he earned a role in the upcoming holiday family film “Athena Saves Christmas”, starring Cuba Gooding Jr., popstar Kylie, Marshall, Robert Miano, Mars Callahan, Richard Portnow and Caitlin Raymond. The film is directed by Josh Weber and produced by Tony Mercedes and Tamara Johnson.

Jarvis was raised in Milwaukee in his grandfather’s church, where he was called to sing each week, starting at about age 7. He developed a love for country from his stepfather who was from the deep south. He was influenced and already has been recognized by his idol Tim McGraw.

“Hands of a Woman” is a romantic country ballad infused with instrumentals and the velvet vocals of Jarvis Redd. This song speaks to the human spirit and inspires the human condition. The song is definitely the rainbow in someone’s cloud. You can never be great at anything unless you love it. It is obvious that Jarvis Redd loves country and singing it. It seems that if you love something you don’t just want to possess it because it will find you…..

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