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May 12, 2014

WATCH NEW MUSIC VIDEO: Michelle Williams | “Fire” | Debuts New Website

MICHELLE WILLIAMS PREMIERES
“FIRE”
MUSIC VIDEO
AND

DEBUTS NEW WEBSITE, IAMMICHELLE.COM

 
Grammy winning songstress, songwriter and actress Michelle Williams has just premiered the sizzling new video for “Fire,” the hit song off her much-anticipated upcoming inspirational album Journey to Freedom. 

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WATCH NEW MUSIC VIDEO: Kindred The Family Soul | “Everybody’s Hustling!” | New CD Coming June 10th, 2014

Kindred The Family Soul
 
KINDRED THE FAMILY SOUL TO CELEBRATE
“A COUPLE FRIENDS”
WITH NEW ALBUM DUE OUT 6/10
 
WATCH NEW MUSIC VIDEO FOR LEAD SINGLE
“EVERYBODY’S HUSTLING”!
 
There’s a lot of talk about the lack of substance and positive values on the urban music scene today. Where are the positive images of men and women, particularly African-Americans? Where are the songs promoting romance and lasting love? There are such songs and images but somehow they get overshadowed by superficial sexuality and material celebration.
 

Soul-Jazz Vocalist Zara McFarlane Makes Debut U.S. Tour 2014

Zara McFarlane - If You KNew Her
 
UK DJ/Producer/Tastemaker GILLES PETERSON’s MOST IMPORTANT VOCAL DISCOVERY IN YEARS, JAMAICAN-BRITISH SOUL-JAZZ CHANTE– USE
ZARA MCFARLANE
Makes DEBUT U.S. TOUR In Support of
If You Knew Her (Browswood Recordings, 2014)
 
If You Knew Her,
Released in Early 2014 on Peterson’s
Soul-Inflected Brownswood Recordings
Is Already One of 2014′s Most Acclaimed Recordings
 
It’s a tough task for music critics to write about a singer that genuinely knocks their socks off. Zara McFarlane is the London based singer, who, in 2011 released Until Tomorrow, a debut album that had many critics in a spin.

Ragan Whiteside Wins Flutist of the Year | Black Women in Jazz & Fine Arts Awards 2014

Ragan Whiteside II
 
Ragan Whiteside Wins Flutist of the Year in the 2014 Black Women in Jazz & Fine Arts Awards
 
Contemporary Jazz Flutist, Vocalist & Songwriter Ragan Whiteside took home the award for Best Black Female Flutist of the Year in the Black Women in Jazz & Fine Arts Awards, held at the Four Seasons Hotel in Atlanta, GA. The black tie event featured a night of glamour and elegance, creating a greater awareness of the many vital contributions that African American Female artists have made in the past, present and to the future of jazz.