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A rising star on the Philly Soul scene, vocalist Marki Fields has been making a name for herself since her discovery by producer and Society Hill Records head Butch Ingram, who has put Marki's unique talent to work in the studio on several Society Hill releases. Fields garnered rave reviews for her duet with Society Hill label mate Donnie Tatem on their updating of Maxwell's smash hit "Ascension (Don't Ever Wonder)" and for her beautiful rendition of Stevie Wonder's 1984 chart-topper "Overjoyed." Marki was picked as one of the featured vocalists at a recent Phyllis Hyman tribute and she has made appearances in the Northeast, wowing audiences with her authentic soul sound. Ingram decided it was time that Marki exposed her talents to a wider audience and invited her into the studio to record her long overdue full-length album debut, appropriately titled "Caught Up." Enlisting the help of the Society Hill Orchestra and the Ingram Brothers band, Fields does justice to the Philly Soul sound with an awesome collection of songs, hand-picked by herself and Ingram. For the first single release from the album, which also happens to be the lead track, Marki revisits Anita Baker's 1986 gem "Caught Up In The Rapture" and delivers a poignant, compelling take on the time honored chestnut, making it even more relevant for a modern audience.
A rising star on the Philly Soul scene, vocalist Marki Fields has been making a name for herself since her discovery by producer and Society Hill Records head Butch Ingram, who has put Marki's unique talent to work in the studio on several Society Hill releases. Fields garnered rave reviews for her duet with Society Hill label mate Donnie Tatem on their updating of Maxwell's smash hit "Ascension (Don't Ever Wonder)" and for her beautiful rendition of Stevie Wonder's 1984 chart-topper "Overjoyed." Marki was picked as one of the featured vocalists at a recent Phyllis Hyman tribute and she has made appearances in the Northeast, wowing audiences with her authentic soul sound. Ingram decided it was time that Marki exposed her talents to a wider audience and invited her into the studio to record her long overdue full-length album debut, appropriately titled "Caught Up." Enlisting the help of the Society Hill Orchestra and the Ingram Brothers band, Fields does justice to the Philly Soul sound with an awesome collection of songs, hand-picked by herself and Ingram. For the first single release from the album, which also happens to be the lead track, Marki revisits Anita Baker's 1986 gem "Caught Up In The Rapture" and delivers a poignant, compelling take on the time honored chestnut, making it even more relevant for a modern audience.
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Caught Up In The Rapture (Mod)
Artist: Fields, Marki
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A rising star on the Philly Soul scene, vocalist Marki Fields has been making a name for herself since her discovery by producer and Society Hill Records head Butch Ingram, who has put Marki's unique talent to work in the studio on several Society Hill releases. Fields garnered rave reviews for her duet with Society Hill label mate Donnie Tatem on their updating of Maxwell's smash hit "Ascension (Don't Ever Wonder)" and for her beautiful rendition of Stevie Wonder's 1984 chart-topper "Overjoyed." Marki was picked as one of the featured vocalists at a recent Phyllis Hyman tribute and she has made appearances in the Northeast, wowing audiences with her authentic soul sound. Ingram decided it was time that Marki exposed her talents to a wider audience and invited her into the studio to record her long overdue full-length album debut, appropriately titled "Caught Up." Enlisting the help of the Society Hill Orchestra and the Ingram Brothers band, Fields does justice to the Philly Soul sound with an awesome collection of songs, hand-picked by herself and Ingram. For the first single release from the album, which also happens to be the lead track, Marki revisits Anita Baker's 1986 gem "Caught Up In The Rapture" and delivers a poignant, compelling take on the time honored chestnut, making it even more relevant for a modern audience.
        
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