'I Regret It', Rues Latasha Lee
Schooled musically in the ways of Aretha Franklin, Etta James, Sam Cooke, and Otis Redding, Texan Latasha Lee swayed her way into our musical consciousness back in 2012 with the instinctively charming appeal of her soothing, easy-listening retro-soul vibe. Recalling classic soul/r'n'b grooves from a time when good old fashioned heart-and-soul were the core ingredients of meaningful music, Lee channeled timeless musical sentiments that were perfectly complemented by the jazzy sensuality of her soulfully raspy voice. Quickly gathering a buzz on soul music blogs that extended as far as Holland and New Zealand, she went on to perform at both the Austin City Limits Music Festival and Red Bull Sound Select. Returning for 2016 with new track 'I Regret It', Lee infuses the classically inspired hues of her retro-soul sensibility with a dreamy melancholy as she tells a tale of 'losing someone you love and missing all the things you once shared together', reminding the listener to 'recognize a good thing when you have one'.