Tre Kent Channeled His Inner Suave Persona For “Where Have You Been”

Tre Kent, a rapper born and raised in ST. Louis Missouri, released his new single today titled “Where Have You Been”. “Where Have You Been” begins with a melodic introduction and a mellifluous vocal chord that weaves the line between chest voice and the high pitched vocal register. The romantic lyrics subsidized the energy of the single. What I interpreted from this record is that the vocalist is singing about the craving of a loved one whom he’s been searching for all his life and he finally found her. He feels as if she’s the right one for him and he expresses that through a canorous tune we can sing along too. Tre begins rapping and delivering a flow on a more pop-sounding love bop, showing us his versatility and his maximum potential as a rapper and artist. And if this isn’t enough for you to determine if Tre is the next multifaceted icon, then maybe his background can give you that impression. To be a little more insightful, Tre Kent was introduced to gospel quartet music at a young age from his grandfather which was the rooting spark in his love for music. His passion and the chemistry he feels between himself and his songs is what drove him to create hits such as “Where Have You Been”. Despite the spiritual and religious background, Tre has an interest in RnB, Soul, Pop, and Rap music. Digesting his spiritual demeanor into a more urban marketed music industry, Tre is a hit-making creator who has a bright future ahead of him.

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Check out Tre's exclusive interview below where he tells us about the curation of "Where Have You Been"

Tre can you tell us a little bit more about the genre ‘gospel quartet’ ? 

The gospel quartet genre originated in the south and is made up of four part harmonies. My grandfather use to always play a lot of groups such as the Jackson Southernaires, Canton Sprituals, Mighty Clouds of Joy , etc. I still occasionally listen to some of these groups til this day. 

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