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Caleb Seth Takes Things ‘Slow’ (Review)

Rising country musician Caleb Seth is ready to captivate listeners with his new single “Slow”.

“Slow” which was penned by Dylan Brady and Dylan J features Seth’s remarkable talent to seamlessly blend both country and R&B genres that end up making listeners swoon over his effortless vocals.

Beyond that, the track finds the artist wanting to of course take things slow with that special someone. He effortlessly takes his fans on a soul-stirring journey that will connect with them because truthfully everyone at some point or another has wanted to take things slow and not want to rush into things.

“She said take my time/ take all my plans/ take the long way home/ and when you take my hand/ no don’t you let it go/ before we take this thing too far/ take it easy I’ve got scars/ baby if you take my heart/ take it slow/ take it slow”.

Jumping into a relationship is scary especially for those who haven’t been in one before. If you and your significant other have a deep understanding of what you want from one another then it will make things easier. It’s always about compromise. Do what’s comfortable for the both of you.

Seth dives into the unknown by exploring the fusion of genres that generates an electrifying and rejuvenating sound. This absolutely works for him and he continues to garner a fanbase like no other.

This sets him apart from the rest and it will be exciting to see his career flourish and grow. Caleb Seth is here to stay and we’re here for it!

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Danielle Taylor

Danielle is passionate about all things music, entertainment, Marvel and Disney! You can usually find a iced coffee or bubble tea in her hand.

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