New York City’s Dom Marcell premieres two new tracks – “Dirty Laundry” and “Church Night” – on CelebMix.
“Church Night” blends the mystical topic of religion with the eroticism of sex into a sensual sonic masterpiece, while “Dirty Laundry” likens romantic love to tossing your soiled clothing on the floor.
Dom Marcell is a unique individual. Born Dominique Marcell Collins in Puerto Rico, and raised in New Orleans, Dom discovered his passion for music early, when he was three-years-old. Strict parents forbade popular music, so Marcell gravitated to gospel music, which formed the core of his inimitable sound.
Fueled by the desire to learn more about the business of music, Marcell worked as an intern at HBO, Atlantic Records, and Warner Brothers. Taking JD/MBA degrees from Northwestern University, Marcell became a master of the universe, working as an investment banker on Wall Street. Still, his passion for music beckoned to him. Abandoning Wall Street, he decided to pursue his dream.
Since then, he’s been featured in Billboard, HuffPost, BuzzFeed, Fox, Popdust, and Black Enterprise, along with his amazing music.
“Dirty Laundry” opens on a buff, infectious melody of hip-hop, R&B, and pop flavors. Surfacing synths infuse the tune with sparkling colors, as the muscular pulse of the rhythm seeps into your body, forcing you to move to the groove.
Marcell’s voice, creamy with buttery texture, flows with captivating timbres, while simultaneously rife with smoldering sensuality. It’s one of those deliciously hypnotic voices imbued with cool, tantalizing tones.
“Church Night” oozes dark erotic colors, tumescent with a brawny cavernous rhythm that’s lush and sumptuous. On this tune, Marcell’s voice exudes passionate filaments of moist overlays, pervading the lyrics with blushing voluptuous hues. I love the cool radiance of the falsetto, adding another layer of smooth vocal opulence.
Both songs are lit, demonstrating the lavish creativity and versatility of Dom Marcell, whose cashmere voice is scrumptious.