Daniel Caesar Serenades Rapturous Love in Freudian

Daniel Caesar

Driving early 2000’s R&B back into the spotlight, Daniel Caesar has been really hard to overlook. Today, we’re spinning his debut album Freudian, an audio book of love poetry. From the live organ on “Loose” to the striking guitar wails on “Take Me Away” (featuring Syd), the Toronto-hailing crooner has an album full of future classics. The 10-track project opens with instant hit “Get You” featuring Kali Uchis and includes other previously released ballads like “Blessed” and “We Find Love” (which starts with a raw snippet of an intimate acoustic rendition on the album version). Both musically and lyrically, Freudian highlights Caesar’s limitless versatility. In “Hold Me Down,” the singer-songwriter uses a Kirk Franklin melody, and the heart-stopping “Best Part,” features H.E.R.‘s sweepingly honeyed vocals in what is easily the most rapturously loving duet of this generation.

Stream Daniel Caesar’s gorgeous, full length debut Freudian below.

Photography by Keavan Yazdani

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