Paul Bill Jr. has had the mission to create music with energy, passion and excitement since 2015 and this song is no disappointment to that. His newest single 'Y.O.U. for Christmas' can be deemed as Pop Christmas music that feels good, gives the emotions of Christmas and encourages others to think of that special someone they want to spend their favorite holiday moments with. This is a timeless sound that feels familiar while still being fresh and could soon become a Christmas classic we sing for years to come.
Y.O.U. for Christmas starts with a violin arrangement with sounds of footsteps in snow, birds chirping, a winter storm and the sound of Paul's children playing and laughing. Something soft and subtle right? At least until Paul's son yells "It's Christmas" and then the magic begins! It follows a piano lead and a refreshing vocal that will have you singing along in no time. The chorus is snappy, catchy and will make you dance, sing, smile or all of the above. The song gives the opportunity to remember how it felt when Christmas was magical, exciting and special.
Paul is not a newcomer to the music scene. Paul is a Christian artist who has been singing and involved in music for 7 years. However, 2022 has been Paul's most accomplished year. He is the award winner for Contemporary Urban artist of the Year, Youth Artist of the Year, Male Artist of the Year and was recently honored for Urban Artist of the Year. His last song "Forever" has achieved nearly 150,000 streams and was considered for a GRAMMY! Paul has shared the stage with renowned GRAMMY winners like Jordan Feliz, Jonathan Mcreynolds, Tasha Cobbs and has received nods from greats like Fred Hammond and Deitrick Haddon.
Beyond the credentials, Paul felt the need to release a song that would give us a reminder of how Christmas is most special when we spend it with the ones we love. We've all gone through so much in these last few years. Uncertainty, doubt, fear, loss and sadness. Y.O.U. for Christmas gives us the breath of fresh air, excitement and energy we all need this Christmas.