Dora Martin: The Duo That Refixes RnB

“The world is a book and those who do not travel read only one page.” -St. Augustine

“So many of our dreams at first seem impossible, then they seem improbable, and then, when we summon the will, they soon become inevitable.”  -Christopher Reeves

Quite inspirational quotes aren’t they? Those last lines inspired enough the values of this upcoming duo, Dora Martin, which aims at making you travel through their lyrical and soulful songs.

Dora Martin is, basically, the emergent combination of two solo artists, Jermaine Riley and Cherri Voncelle, producing exactly what you can call rhythm and blues vibes.

Jermaine and Cherri form together that Black Music association, reach and touch everybody’s vivid vibe with their songs and mainly with their performance on stage. Performance hard worked on the every single tiniest detail, so that the performance gets in perfection to illuminate the whole show in your eyes in plus of soulfully healing your ears.

Their universe relates to breathing hope to any growing dreams, staying strong, as strong as a “Soldier” struggling for life. Yet, it relates also to either romantic relationships, or just friendly strong relationships. That’s what you could notice with the topic of their covers, such as “From Time/Mine” or “Somewhere In Love”.

Skyline, one of their hugest releases, reflects as well their inspirations (St Augustine’s quote), as far as travelling and over passing boundaries are concerned, daring facing your fears. Plus, you’ll notice another romantic metaphor all along the song.

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