If you are a fan of Leon Bridges, you might be interested in hearing a new song he released on Amazon Music. The song is called "Purple Snowflakes" and it is a cover of the original Marvin Gaye holiday classic. It's available on Amazon's Original music series.
Leon Bridges is an award-winning singer/songwriter who has won multiple Grammys. He has also worked with the Gold-Diggers Sound, which is a collection of Black music. In April of 2019, Leon Bridges released the song "Texas Sun" with Khruangbin. This is his first full-length release since the release of Good Thing. After this, he collaborated with Lucky Daye on the song "All About You" in October.
A few years after "Purple Snowflakes," Leon Bridges released a different holiday song called "Sweeter," featuring Terrace Martin. They wanted to recreate the R&B energy of the '90s. Although the track is not as popular as Marvin Gaye's original, it is still popular among fans.
Leon Bridges has been an avid fan of Marvin Gaye since he was a teenager. When he was bussing tables, he would often hear the song playing. When he was contacted by Amazon, he decided to create a version of "Purple Snowflakes." What does this mean? Apparently it means that Leon Bridges was inspired by Marvin Gaye's original song. His version of the song is similar to the original. And, like the original, it is an upbeat song with lyrics geared towards love.