After a stressful day at work Dwele has the type of voice to literally soothe your body with his melodic voice. Every generation has their singers that are certified “baby-makers.” For our parents it was Al Green, Marvin Gaye and Teddy Pendergrass. With songs like “My Lova” and “Lay it Down” it’s no wonder that we felt like lighting a candle and pouring a glass of Pinot Noir after chatting with him.
His album “Wants Women World” drops today and is a musical journey of the Detroit-native’s life. Dwele answered all of our burning questions from his dating life to working with the immensely talented Kanye West.
MN: Tell us about W.W.W.
Dwele: It’s broken up by the three sections. I have no idea how many songs are on the album. I’m thinking maybe 14…15.
Trying to branch out and try different things with this record that I haven’t done previously, with the other three. The record is called “Wants. World. Women.” with me talking up the three different sections. The one section, “Wants” is sort of like my alter ego that’s where I get to do things, lyrically on the album that I usually wouldn’t do. I really get to have fun with that part of the album—it’s just for me. Where I can go left a little bit.