Eric Roberson, the soulful maestro, has released his latest track, “I Apologize,“ which beautifully expresses regret for keeping his partner waiting for his love. This guilt-ridden tune is a collaborative effort, co-produced by Roberson, Jairus Mozee, Brett “B Dubb” Baker, and Rodney Jones.
In “I Apologize,” Roberson effortlessly transitions between singing and rapping, using his lyrical prowess to convey the idea of lost time in the pursuit of his soulmate. His heartfelt lyrics include lines like, “I apologize / For not finding you sooner, baby / I feel like your kisses / Were made only for me, babe / I’ve been waiting for your love.”
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Discussing his latest single, Roberson reveals, “The song is inspired by the creative gumbo that feeds my music. The theatrical musicality of Stevie Wonder, heartfelt wordplay of Commissioned, and the unapologetic low-end approach of A Tribe Called Quest.”
Both songs are set to be part of Roberson’s upcoming project. His most recent album, Lessons, was released in April 2022, featuring 11 tracks, including the title track and an official remix with stars like Raheem DeVaughn, Anthony Hamilton, and Kevin Ross.
Roberson has also recently collaborated with trombonist and multi-instrumentalist Jeff Bradshaw on his latest album, Jeff Bradshaw 20. Their joint effort produced the track “Make Some Time,“ inspired by the idea of people who lead busy lives desiring partners who share the same work ethic.
With a busy performance schedule that extends throughout the rest of the year, Eric Roberson continues to captivate audiences with his soulful sounds. For more information about his upcoming performances, visit his official website.
Experience the soulful vibes of Eric Roberson’s latest track, “I Apologize,” by streaming it below.