(New York, NY) – Soul-pop crooner Jackson Breit reveals his debut EP “Shades of Marmalade” after the viral success of his latest single “Wouldn’t Change a Thing” on November 17, 2015. The Kollection said, “the slow and sunny vibes on “Wouldn’t Change A Thing” will take you right back to those warm breezy days,” while Barstool Sports said the single is a “cool, funky, fun jumpoff.”
It is rare to find an artist who can seamlessly merge the fundamentals of hip hop with acoustic, feel good jams like singer Jackson Breit, AKA Baby Marmalade. Take his recent successful mash-up video of Fetty Wap’s, “679” and Blackstreet’s “No Diggity” that premiered exclusively on Russell Simmons’ Global Grind. Jackson masterfully transformed two hip-hop smashes into an indie-summer anthem. The cover even got the nod of approval from Teddy Riley of Blackstreet’s daughter. Jackson Breit proves to the world his natural and seemingly effortless talent again in his new single, “Wouldn’t Change a Thing.” The track solidifies Jackson as the master of feel-good anthems. The track’s riveting groove along with Jackson’s sultry vocals paired with his innovative vocal intonations encapsulates his potential as the next big breakout artist.
The 24-year-old Virginina Beach native collaborated with “Cadence & Cause” for the release of ”Wouldn’t Change A Thing”. All proceeds went to Cadence and Cause for the National Autism Association.
Jackson, who’s fully deaf in his right ear, has been inspired to create in order to give back. He is an unparalleled songwriter and a master of multiple instruments.
Jackson Breit’s Shades of Marmalade EP available soon.