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Category: Entertainment - Original Published on Monday, 30 September 2013 16:08 Written by Steve Holsey
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"This was one of the greatest moments of my life, let alone my career, to have Ron Isley singing my words," said Kem.
"I've fashioned a few of my songs with Mr. Isley in mind, so when he asked me for a song and said he'd love to do something together, I thought it would be a beautiful thing. This has truly been an honor for me to work with him.
"Sometimes I have to stop and be in the moment and recognize that I'm working with a legend."
Kem added that he hopes to have the longevity of Ron Isley who, starting with the Isley Brothers in the late 1950s, has been a consistent major attraction.
Isley also had great praise for Kem.
"Working with Kem was just like working with Marvin Gaye and like Luther Vandross," he said, "because of the way he cares about the music and producing the record. I put everything in his hands and everything turned out fantastic. This was special. He is a real artist."
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