Exclusive Interview: Eric Roberson Teaches Us All “Lessons” with the Remix Ft. Anthony Hamilton, Raheem DeVaughn and Kevin Ross


“God has a funny way of showing you lessons”

Every now and again, under the sun and the moonlight there comes the brilliance of an artist and profound joy in musical form. Out of the constellations and among the stars there’s a superstar whose words are poetry made for music and makes you want to be more than you were.  That star is an extraordinary musician, singer, and songwriter, Professor, and musicologist Eric Roberson.

Roberson’s single “Lessons” the remix is a blended exemplary of pure harmonies and lesson of the heart, setting the mood for gratefulness having found the right one. It brings with it positive energy that puts you in the rapture of love with this artistic prowess.

ThisIsRnB had the esteemed pleasure of having an intimate conversation with Roberson as he discussed the reason for writing the song, the professing of love to his wife, and what he feels is the most important lesson in the music industry today.

“…The most important word in the music industry is completion, but lately, to me what battles with the word is consistency…”

Roberson shared how he appreciated Anthony Hamilton, Raheem DeVaughn, and Kevin Ross,  for “putting aside their hustle and for sewing into each one,… each one wrote their story inside of it they added to the lessons… that was the biggest compliment…I’m a fan of their pens…”

With Lessons, the song makes you feel radiant and comfortable in your own skin knowing you found a love that’s all yours.

Stay tuned for Roberson’s female remix and gansta rap remix of the song ‘lessons’ and keep checking in with us as ThisIsRnB we’ll have the exclusive you won’t want to miss.

Please do yourself a favor and download, stream and add to your favorite playlist, keep on repeat. You’ll thank us later.

Watch our exclusive interview here.


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