The summer is slowing down, the air is getting cooler, and cuddle season is right around the corner. It’s time to couple up, cuddle up, and get your fall playlist together. “In My Arms Tonight” by Reginald Wiseman Sr., will have you in your feelings and make you want to couple up with the person you love the most. The smooth melodic chords of this R&B tune have a relaxing, sensual and sexy vibe. The song’s production and style puts you in the mind of modern-day R&B with a touch of hip-hop. The slowed-down tempo of the song combined with Reginald Wiseman, Sr @’s soft and powerful harmonies make this song one that you’ll have on repeat. “In my Arms Tonight” is centered around love, infatuation and possibly a touch of heartbreak. The lyrics begin with “missing you, needing you, craving you, and yearning you.” Throughout the song, the lyrics continue to set the stage for desire, passion, romance, and a need to be around the person you love the most. Reginald Wiseman, Sr @ is no stranger to the R&B world. The Washington D.C native has always felt an emotional connection with songs about love.
“When I write songs, I write them to make your heart remember how it feels to be in love,” says Reginald Wiseman, Sr @. “Some songs you cry with, some you smile with, and some you make love with.” Many of Reginald Wiseman, Sr @’s past projects, focus on his emotional attachment to love, and relatable relationship experiences. These include “Let me Rub You” , “Getting Away with You” and “Needing You” .
His most recent and soon to be released single “In My Arms Tonight” is set to join a collection of authentic, love inspired songs expressing all feelings in a relationship. “When You think I’m moving slow, I’m moving fast. When you think I’m moving fast, I’m moving slow,” said Reginald Wiseman, Sr @. The highly anticipated “In My Arms Tonight” single and music video are set to release on August 28, 2020. Head to Reginald Wiseman, Sr @’s website to hear a clip of the song here: Reginald Wiseman, Sr @’s collection of love-inspired songs are streaming on all platforms including Spotify and Apple Music.
Lisa: Hi Reginald! What first got you into music?
Reginald: My broken heart got me into music. I used the experience as a way to express the pain I was feeling.
Lisa: What did you want to become when you were a child?
Reginald: I wanted to join the military which I actually did.
Lisa: If someone asks, how do you describe your music to people, besides from genre?
Reginald: I describe my music as a journey into my life as it is currently, in the past, and in the future.
Lisa: What is your creative process like?
Reginald: It varies but sometimes I hear in my mind’s eye a melody that I then hum and record to my phone. I then write lyrics to those melodies. Once complete I’m off to the studio.
Lisa: I really your single “I Get Up”. Can you tell me more about it?
Reginald: Sure, I sometimes purchase beats from beat makers. I purchased this one from beatmaker daveosbeats. When I first heard it, I realized it was kind of special and immediately began writing lyrics to it. It is a song about how I and others relate to this new normal.
Lisa: Your soon to be released single “In My Arms Tonight” is centered around love. What inspired you to write it?
Reginald: Love inspired me to write In My Arms Tonight. The emotion of love is always with me. I
sometimes get a strong urge just to hold and cuddle. So, one night when I was in that zone the words began to flow.
Lisa: And what can we expect from it?
Reginald: I expect those that are lovers of emotional love lyrics to connect to the experience and enjoy the feeling of this love song.
Lisa: What is one message you would give to your fans?
Reginald: I appreciate each and every one that enjoys my music. I do this for you. I hope one day to write a song that will be timeless and that you and your future generations will love forever.
Lisa: What would you be doing right now, if it wasn’t for your music career?
Reginald: I am also a business owner so I would devote more time to it.
Lisa: From your voice we know that Smokey Robinson was your music inspiration. What other musicians have inspired you throughout your career?
Reginald: Howard Hewett, Luther Vandross, and Kevin Ross recently have been on my music radar. Both Kevin and I are from DC. I hope on day to connect and collaborate with him.
Lisa: Are you planning to collaborate with any other artist?
Reginald: I am currently looking to connect with several artists. Stay tuned for that!
Lisa: What is the best advice you’ve been given?
Reginald: Never let someone else make a choice that is yours’s to be made.
Lisa: What’s next for Reginald?
Reginald: Thanks for asking. I am currently working on a song titled Get Up With You. The song and the video should release on Friday October 2, 2020.
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