Kevin Ross, Show & Prove
Derrick Dunn

Derrick Dunn

Single Review: Kevin Ross, Show & Prove

R&B talent Kevin Ross continues to bless fans with exemplary music as he prepares to release his upcoming project Midnight Microdose. Last month he dropped the lead single “Look My Way.” That soulful, melodic track blended R&B and hip-hop elements and showcased Ross’s extraordinary vocal range and songwriting ability. However, Ross takes it to the bedroom with “Show & Prove” for the follow-up.

The song “Show & Prove” is about Kevin Ross promising to show someone he is worth investing in physically rather than talking about it. He promises to be patient and have a rare connection with the other person that will strengthen over time. He encourages the other person to make the first move. He suggests that if they take a chance on him, he will prove his worth through actions. Ultimately, he urges the other person to not believe what others say but instead to trust him, as he will show and prove his worth.

If the first two singles indicate where Ross is taking his next album, I can’t wait to hear the entire project.


Final Grade: B+

“Show & Prove” is available on all streaming platforms.


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