“Available on All Digital Streaming Platforms, February 10th!”

Legendary trumpeter and celebrated soul singer Johnny Britt and R&B icon Will Downing gift fans with new Song, “Butterflies,” for Valentine’s Day.

The new single “Butterflies” is available on all digital formats on February 10th and at Johnny Britt live concerts and

As a vocalist, Britt is joined on his first R&B new Valentine’s Day single “Butterflies” by R&B vocalist Will Downing. The two vocal crooners give a Grammy award-winning and mesmerizing performance “ON THIS GEM,” to the ladies.

“Butterflies” was written by Johnny Britt and his son Josh Britt produced by Johnny Britt.

Even though the couple in the song can’t be together and may never see each other again Britt and Downing deliver an undeniable stellar performance. Britt also plays acoustic piano and muted trumpet on “Butterflies.” This is a slow jam that will make you hit rewind over and over again.

“Will Downing is an incredible artist,” says Johnny Britt. “I am so honored to have the iconic and soulful singer on “Butterflies,” and I know everyone will enjoy the song.”

 The forthcoming world premiere album, “After We Play,” will be the sixth release as a soloist for Johnny Britt.

After We Play is currently a hit single and number 6 on Mediabase and 8 on Billboards Contemporary Jazz Charts after 18 weeks.

The new album, entitled, “After We Play” will be released on March 17, 2023. See the current album release parties schedule:

March 26th – The Venice West – Venice, California

March 30th – Middle C – Charlotte, North Carolina

April 1st – Tin Pan – Richmond, Virginia 

Britt previously recorded four albums with the Motown/ MoJazz hit group he founded Impromp2.

As a trumpeter/ flugelhorn player, Britt delivered the first hit contemporary jazz single and title track ,”After We Play,” to radio featuring Peter White on acoustic guitar.

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