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The best 70's soul masterpiece cover that DJs around the world have been asking for is now on record for the first time!Risa Kumon, a bilingual artist from Nagasaki who covered Deniece Williams' 'Free', which was released in advance and has become a hot topic all over the world.With a gorgeous production team, they performed a superb cover sublimated into a modern, chill & urban R&B sound.Multifaceted artist Risa Kumon delivers a soulful and celestial sound on her captivating new R&B/Soul track, 'FREE.' Originating from the timeless songbook of one of the greatest soul singers of the 1970s, Deniece Williams, Risa brings a fresh and contemporary take on the classic hit that has already topped the charts on iTunes and Amazon Music in both the US and Japan. By fusing classic jazz sensibilities with R&B beats and slow-burning, groovy bass, 'FREE' is an unmissable offering.With production by Rolandis 'Roro' Ramsey, mixing by multi-platinum award-winning engineer IRKO (known for his work with Kanye West, Jay-Z, Jennifer Lopez, Pitbull, and Rick Ross), and mastering by legendary Herb Powers Jr. (with over 200 #1 albums and singles to his name, including Lauryn Hill, TLC, Nelly, Alicia Keys, and Mariah Carey), Risa Kumon's 'FREE' is a musical masterpiece of excellence.Risa's sun-soaked vocals are soothing and unfiltered as she delivers lyrics that explore a sense of freedom from negativity and encourages listeners to do the same. The song's message has always resonated deeply with Risa, and now she brings the moving lyricism to a new audience.