Teddy Hayes returns with a nice love song that has a sexy groove. The name of the song is called "Slow Dance"; it's inspired by great musicians like Smokey Robinson, The Main Ingredient & the Chi-Lites. With the 70's feel, Slow Dance can catch the ears of all crowds especially if you're an old soul. It brings me back to good times when families were close and mothers and fathers will slow dance the night away. The lyrics are very sensual and puts you in a mindset of a man and woman lost in love and inspired by one's passion. The beat is very smooth and has a substantial mixing of piano strings percussion instruments and so forth. Teddy's voice compliments with desire to persuade a lady to slow dance with him. In the video version of the song, many of couples (young and old) are resembled practicing the tradition of slow dancing. A song that stands the test of time, Slow Dance is a quintessential piece of old-school romance, togetherness, devotion, rhythmic emotion, and sensuality. Teddy did not disappoint when digging in deep in his push for this song; pouring out his heart in asking a woman to slow dance with him to draw out warmth and happiness. If I had to rate "Slow Dance" on the scale of 1 to 10, i'll give it a complete 10 as there are no virtual miscues present both in song or video form.
Q: What's it like growing up in Mpls? Does the city have interesting stories about Prince? A: I only lived in Minneapolis until I was three, but I have fond memories of it. Even now that I live in a suburb of Minneapolis, I still feel like I'm a part of Minneapolis. I think a lot of Minnesotans have "Minneapolis Pride", even if they don't live in Minneapolis. Minneapolis has so many fun things to see and do, and the arts are very important here, with so many theaters and live shows. Prince put us on the map for music. I hear Prince stories everywhere I go in Minnesota. I've met so many people who were associated with Prince, including one of his dancers, and even a former Paisley Park employee working as a cashier at the local grocery store, so I've heard many Prince stories. I wish I could've been a Chanhassen resident when Prince was still alive, because I know that many Chanhassen residents saw him casually riding his bike around