Grammy-nominated R&B artist Kenny Lattimore will release his ninth studio album, Vulnerable, on October 13, 2017. To continue to drum up anticipation for the project, the veteran singer and songwriter reveals the somber album cover art, which sees him sitting in thought.
‘Vulnerable’ is headed by the first single, “Push,” a record that paints a vivid picture of a man who realizes he has made a mistake by pushing away the love of his life.
“The sound doesn’t conform,” Lattimore said about the record. “One of the things that I did think about was staying true to myself, and the other was the fact that I remember the eighties well. We wanted to create something contemporary and timeless.”
Sidenote: We spoke to his ex-wife recently, and at the time, she stated she didn’t hear the song, but the people in her camp told her it may be about her.
Fans and music lovers can purchase ‘Vulnerable’ pre-sale beginning today, and receive two songs from the album; “Push,” and the title track, “Vulnerable.”
Best known for his Grammy Award-nominated power ballad “For You,” Lattimore’s body of work, spanning over 20 years, include his first top 40 hit, “Never Too Busy,” critically acclaimed sophomore album From the Soul of a Man and two top-10 charting duet albums with singer Chanté Moore: “Things That Lovers Do” and the gospel/R&B double-CD “Uncovered/Covered” followed by Lattimore’s solo covers album, “Timeless” in 2008 and “Anatomy of a Love Song” in 2015. The R&B crooner has a collection of Soul Train and Stellar Awards nominations, as well as an NAACP Image Award for Best New Artist.