Title - 'Kinky' [OST]
Artist - Various
For those not in the know, Lightyear Entertainment, in association with NuLite Media and Patriot Pictures, has just released the soundtrack album from the movie 'Kinky' this past September 21st, 2018.
The album features five (5) exclusive tracks from R&B star Dawn Richard (aka “Dawn”), who is also the star of the movie. It also includes three (3) exclusive tracks from Willie Taylor, who also appears in the movie, and three (3) exclusive tracks from hot new discovery Breazelle.
The movie 'Kinky' stars Dawn Richard as a successful surgeon whose affair with a handsome investment counselor delves into B&D at her behest. It was directed by Jean Claude LaMarre (Chocolate City) and produced by LaMarre and Michael Mendelsohn.
1. 'Maybe' - Dawn Richard
2. 'Letter To A Lady' - Breazelle
3. 'Protection' - Willie Taylor
4. 'Sexy' - Dawn Richard
5. 'Yo Body' - Breazelle
6. 'Kinky' - Shemida J. featuring Durty So Clean
7. 'Harder Deeper' - Willie Taylor
8. 'Me Myself and I' - Dawn Richard
9. 'Home' - Breazelle
10. 'We F**kin' - Willie Taylor
11. 'Conversation' - Dawn Richard
12. 'All In It' - Durty So Clean
13. 'On Your Body' - Durty So Clean
14. 'Projection' - Dawn Richard
15. 'Guilty Pleasure' - Durty So Clean
Dawn Richard, who got her big break as an original member of Danity Kane, a girl-group created by Sean “Diddy” Combs, begins things here with a haunting ballad, which roams seamlessly into 'Letter To A Lady' by Breazelle and then the sultry 'Protection' from Willie Taylor.
Next up is Dawn Richard again with the late night vibe of 'Sexy,' and that's backed by both Breazelle with 'Yo Body,' the mid-tempo rap title track 'Kinky' from Shemida J. featuring Durty So Clean, and then Willie Taylor brings us the bedroom sway of 'Harder Deeper.'
Taylor was a member of the Chicago-based group Kwiet Storm, and then also joined a Diddy group, Day 26. He starred in Making the Band 4, appeared on Love & Hip Hop: Hollywood, and is now also a solo artist with a substantial following.
The tempo rises slightly for Dawn Richard's 'Me Myself and I,' before calming down for the ballad 'Home' (from Breazelle) and then the naughtiest track on the album, the moaning and groaning associated with 'We F**ckin' (Willie Taylor).
The jaunty slow electro-pop of 'Conversation' (Dawn Richard) is next and that's followed by the laid back roll of both 'All In It' and 'On Your Body,' both from R&B/hiphop producer/artist Durty So Clean.
This sexually-motivated album then rounds out with the dulcet tones of Dawn Richard on 'Projection,' with Durty So Clean ending the musical proceedings with the slow rap of 'Guilty Pleasure.'
Official Movie Trailer featuring the song 'Maybe' (Dawn Richard)