Throughout his career, Arnold has been nothing but consistent – consistent when it comes to releasing quality music. His is a brilliant career that began at the prime of his youth. While only a teenager his voice & talent landed him front and centre of a local Baltimore Gospel Choir for whom he was a prodigious soloist. In 1984, modest academic pursuits led him to NYC, however his talent and love of music did not lie dormant for long. He was drawn to music industry circles and was quickly embraced by them. He began to write, perform & record, and among the more noticeable gems from his early period in his career are collaborations with Frankie Knuckles on And I Loved You (a song written by Robert Owens & Satoshi Tomiie), Color of My Skin with Swing 52, Inspiration produced Kerri Chandler and his debut single Take Some Time Out produced by Tommy Musto & Yvonne Turner which enjoyed huge success.
The 21st century has seen increased impetus & creative output from Arnold, with a plethora of releases from in conjunction with artists such as MAW, Jazz n Groove, Eric Kupper, The Basement Boys, Louie Vega & Benji Candelario to name a few.
Aimed squarely at the dance floor, Arnold’s third full-length album Just Say It is a collection of new material that should grace every DJs collection, with NYC’s Shelter Maestro Timmy Regisford on production. ~ LoungeMotion.com