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Johnathan Len Has a Marvelous Voice! #Flyah Revew


Johnathan Len, an excellent entertainer hailing from Paducah, Kentucky hits the industry with vocals full of passion and power. While attending Southern Illinois, Johnathan became the lead singer of an epic acapella group entitled Blend, which is based on the 50's. Working for 12 years with several successful artists, he acquired the skills that will proceed his advancement.

Expressing his emotions on the track "You're All I Need", Johnathan Len made Flyah Magazine a fan right from the beginning. The chilled relaxing guitars was very soothing to the ear from the beginning note. Johnathan starts this track with a bold statement "I will never find someone like you". I'm sure we all have strong emotions for a love one before that make you say such a thing. Johnathan reminds me of the late great Sam Cook with a little bit of country flavor intertwined. Johnathan was definitely blessed with a voice that captures the ears upon listening and it's a heaven sent feeling. I love the backing vocals on You're All I Need around the 39 second mark. They are amazing to hear and really elevates the mood of the song.

Shocking the world with more an aggressive approach, Johnathan Len really stands out on the hit single "I Want My Country Back". Filled with a political charge, He expresses his love for the old days. American flag pride denim blue jeans and muscle cars is the lifestyle that Americans are built for. I really love the energetic instrumentation on this song. It can definitely get a party started and reminds of the classic theme song to Roseanne. Coming from the south and mid-west, Johnathan definitely creates the perfect theme song for his tribe.

If I have to rate these songs on a scale of 1 to 10, I will give it a 9 for great use of concepts and being extra relatable with a performance beyond industry standards.

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