August 29, 2013

Marquee Mayfield wants you to dance

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Jamiroquai inspired Soulman Marquee Mayfield is springing onto the scene with his debut single titled “Breakdown” which has a soulful disco feel to it. It’s one of those feel good, can’t sit still kind of songs. If this is what we can expect from Marquee then I definitely can’t wait for the EP. Check it out below and let us know what you think?

Keep up with the latest with Marquee on his website and be on the lookout for his upcoming EP.

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