If one thing defines Atlanta, its our contrasts. Were the New York of the South, a healthy drop of Blue in a sea of Red. So its no wonder Nikki Slick Ervin and Sabrina Rose Harvey are such an excellent representation of the citys open-minded R&B scene. One from an Alabama church background and the other from New Yorks concrete jungle, SLICK & ROSE contrast sweet with street. The duo speaks to women but doesnt shout at men. Comparable to Floetry and Zhané, Slick & Rose draw on hip-hop, funk and reggae for a phat and jazzy sound that resonates with all the grassroots soul of FunkJazz Kafé, Groovement and the former Yin Yang Café.