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Different Ways to Say I Love You!

Artist: John Redmon aka. Jred
Album: S'agapo (I Love You)

This album contains songs about love, but on a deeper level, they are songs about every kind of relationship. Every song is very distinct in its own, which makes each song unique. I really like how it contains the different ways to say I love you in different languages in the S'agapo Intro; it shows cultural tolerance/acceptance, which can be another form of expressing love, love to others who are different from us. Jred does a good job in portraying all these different songs about relationships and making each have their own beat; he gives life to each song.

Track #3 Te Amo (I Love You)
There is a little Spanish beat and they use some Spanish words to give the song a little more of that exotic flair. It has a very good rhythm that you can even dance to.

Track #8 Just Leave Me Alone
What sets this song aside from the rest is that it isn't a very romantic-slow type of song. It is very angry, as if venting out; one of the few songs that expresses anger towards love/loved one. Even the rhythm is more upbeat to match the lyrics.

Track #9 Love Yourself
I really like the message behind this song. This one, unlike others, is about the relationship and love to oneself. The beat is slow, the lyrics are very clear, and one can easily relate to this song.

- Mike Davis, Bryan Farrish Promotion

S'Agapo (I Love You), J-Red
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