Atlanta-based R&B singer-songwriter Josh Bias released his new single “Don’t Judge Me.” In the single, he fuses R&B and soul with tantalizing complex melodies and versatile vocals.
Bias delivers heart and soul as his lyrics reveal an introspective narrative about self-acceptance and an ambiance to restore personal power. This single is a chronicle narrative that follows his journey and plights as an artist. His lyrical depth and powerhouse vocals have the innate ability to connect with his listeners on an emotional level enabling them to resonate with his vulnerability.
Besides being a member of the group formerly known as 630, which includes his wife Angelica, Bias has opened for artists such as Trey Songz, Jason Derulo, and Jagged Edge as well as shared the stage with a wide range of artists including R&B songstresses Keke Wyatt, Dondria, LaTocha and Tamika Scott (Xscape).
His indisputable craft of timeless music infuses flavors of R&B, hip-hop, pop, and neo-soul. Josh has been revered working in the likes of Zaytoven, Lloyd, and Guy Furious.
Bias also partnered with renowned emcees such as Yung Joc and Translee, and collaborated as a songwriter/producer with artists from Lloyd, Blaque, B5, and Jacquees.
The new single is Bias’s latest contribution to the music scene since his last project “Eternity” released in 2018.
Not limited to his vocal aptness, Josh has displayed his multifaceted artistry with his appearance in the SONY remake of the 1972 film “Superfly” starring Trevor Jackson and Jason Mitchell. He can be found performing throughout the nation at sold-out venues, widely acclaimed conferences, and continuously reminding the world that life isn’t about music; music is about life.
“Don’t Judge Me” by Josh Bias is available to stream on ALL PLATFORMS NOW!