Austin, Texas-based singer/ songwriter Sheridan Reed just released his sultry new single, “Money Maker,” ahead of his debut album, out this spring.
“Money Maker” is about recognizing and admiring the dynamic between confidence and uncertainty. Speaking about the single, Reed said, “Looks can be enticing but what motivates us at our core is what really matters.”
Reed grew up in San Francisco, CA in a household overflowing with musical diversity and where he played many instruments growing up. He has gained influences from Stevie Wonder, the Jackson Five, Allen Stone, and Billie Eilish. He moved to Texas in 2016 and began playing all over Austin in a soul band and has been a full-time musician ever since.
His debut single, “We Should Both Be Here,” received widespread praise from fans and critics and has gained media attention from major outlets. “Money Maker” should be no different. With Reed’s soothing voice mixed with the soft R&B sounds, the single is sure to be a hit.
Reed previously wrapped up his first cross country tour and is now focusing on his album release. The inspiration for his album comes from both a cathartic and passionate place. The music speaks to love lost, love found and the beautiful and mysterious events that lead to each. It’s a theme that plays over eight tracks featuring notes of old soul and new mixed with highlights of pop and R&B.
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