Kim Waters – This Heart of Mine

Smooth Urban Jazz superstar Kim Waters has sold over one million albums in his years of touring and recording. Loved by R&B and jazz fans alike, his crossover appeal, twelve Smooth Jazz #1 radio hits and dynamic performances have placed him among the elite in his field.

This Heart Of Mine, Kim’s most satisfying release yet, covers all the bases: R&B featuring the renowned “Soul Prince” Calvin Richardson, whose passionate vocals intertwine with Kim’s soulful sax on the original composition “Am I A Fool.”

Smooth Jazz is more than covered, beginning with the first single, “Stirrin’ It Up,” co-produced by Davy D who has worked with the likes of Sting, Whitney Houston and Herbie Hancock, the heartfelt ballad “This Heart of Mine,” and Kim’s loving tribute to his twin daughters, “Double Two Love.”

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