Jae Franklin gears up for another impressive release
Dynamic songstress Jae Franklin is a citizen of the world. Her curiosity about the interconnectedness of people has led her to perform in over 20 countries from Ethiopia to Dubai. No stranger to pop stardom, Jae toured as a background vocalist for Grammy Award winner Melanie Fiona and eventually began performing at a host of reputable venues across the world as a solo artist. Franklin sure knows her stuff and now its time for her to get in the minds of the masses.
Grammy Award Winner K. Harrison Debuts New Single As Solo Artist
ATLANTA – Nov. 16, 2015 – PRLog — Grammy Award Winner K. Harrison debuts his first new single, Nothin’, as a solo artist on JulKei Records. While usually heard as a background vocalist, Harrison’s first single from the forthcoming debut album One Love, showcases Harrison’s “Now Sound.” Harrison’s signature Now Sound refers to combining the former funk and R&B era with a new soundscape that shakes up the predictable sounds of today’s music.
Singer/Songwriter Rome Alexander To Release Re-Make of “A Song For Mama” On November 25, 2015
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PITTSBURGH – Nov. 17, 2015 – PRLog — Emerging R&B Singer/Songwriter Rome Alexander is pleased to announce the release of his new single “A Song For Mama.” This re-make of the Boyz II Men classic is scheduled to hit digital retailers worldwide on November 25, 2015 and is available now for pre-order on iTunes.
DARBY WILLIAMS HONORS BILLY STRAYHORN
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“No One Knows” With Peabo Bryson To Commemorate
Jazz Legend’s 100th Birthday On November 29th
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With the first single from her new album, Me, jazz chanteuse Darby Williams honors the late Billy Strayhorn and one of his forgotten masterpieces “No One Knows.” Marking the 100th anniversary of his birth on November 29th, Williams has teamed with two-time Grammy award winner Peabo Bryson to share her version of a Strayhorn gem that has been neglected for too long.