Gina Carey’s Releases Her New CD “Love Letters 2”

 Soul singer Gina Carey launches her new CD “Love Letters 2” !  “Love Letters 2” The Love Continues, is a combination of Soul, R&B, funk and & Soul jazz.  This brilliant project includes 7 of Gina’s personal favorite previously released songs  taken from “Melodic” and “ Love Letters” and  3 new singles , “ Being In Love, You & You Are Right. These cleverly produced masterpieces, are already hitting the airways worldwide with a bang! “Love Letters 2” is a combination of Soul, R&B, funk and & Soul jazz. Many people have compared her tone to the likes of R&B and Broadway sensation Stephanie Mills, Denise Williams & the late Mini Riperton, however, Gina has a unique style of her own.

  These 3 new tracks, Being In Love, You, and You Are Right, are teasers to her forth coming late September 2012 CD release “ Live Love & Laugh. “Love Letters 2” is written and produced by Gina Carey with guitar contributions from her incredibly talented husband & recording artist, “The Urban Soul Guitarist” John Carey.  Unlike Gina’s previous releases, “Love Letters 2” will only be available through digital downloads at CD Baby, Amazon & I Tunes and other online retailers. The multi talented Gina Carey recently released her 6th CD “Love Letters” on February 14, 2012, Valentine’s Day .  “Love Letters” is currently on the Top 30 UK Soul Charts and is steadily climbing weekly.

 Gina's last CD "Melodic" climbed to the #1 spot on the UK Soul charts August of 2011. She shared the Top 30 charts will soul divas Jill Scott, India Aire and Aretha Franklin. Melodic was also named one of the Top Soul Albums of the year in the November/December 2011 issue of "Soul Brother Records,” One of the largest Records stores still standing in the UK. Gina is excited about her new creations and ia looking forward to a successful CD launch. Buy "LOVE LETTERS 2"

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