QUEEN IFRICA RELEASES “BLACK WOMAN” VIDEO ON WOMEN’S EQUALITY DAY
New York, NY- VP Records is proud to announce the premiere of Queen Ifrica’s new video for “Black Woman”. Featured on her album “Climb”, the lyrically and musically powerful anthem paints the message of black women protecting themselves and uplifting each other.
MULTI GRAMMY AWARD & EMMY WINNING
SOWETO GOSPEL CHOIR
MARKS NELSON MANDELA’S CENTENNIAL JULY 18TH WITH A SONG FROM THEIR HIGHLY ANTICIPATED SHANACHIE CD
FREEDOM OUT SEPTEMBER 14TH!
The celebrated Choir that has collaborated with Bono and U2, Peter Gabriel,
Robert Plant, Pharrell Williams, Aretha Franklin, Stevie Wonder & Kirk Franklin among others, kicks off its Blockbuster US Tour In October
Soweto Gospel Choir’s universal message of love, unity and hope, along with its captivating melodic and harmonic wonder, mesmerizing showmanship and awe-inspiring performances, has made believers of millions of fans around the world.
Estelle’s New Album “Lovers Rock” to be Released this September
Single and Video for “Better” Launches Today and Offered as an Insta-Grat Single off 25th Anniversary of Reggae Gold 2018
New York, NY- VP Records is proud to announce that Multiplatinum GRAMMY® Award-winning artist Estelle will be releasing her fifth studio album, Lover’s Rock via VP Records and Established 1980 Inc this September.
Christopher Martin Back with New Single and Video “Come Back”
New York, NY- The new single and video “Come Back” by Christopher Martin is out today. The ballad, produced and written by Llamar “Riff Raff” Brown with Christopher Martin and Robert Livingston is the first single off his upcoming album on VP records, out this summer.
Singer/Songwriter, Guitarist & World Music Sensation,
Drops Single & Video for “Nterini”
If Africa is the future, then Malian singer/songwriter, guitarist and actress Fatoumata Diawara is a woman ahead of her time. The stunning and socially conscious young artist has used her music to address the pressing issues of arranged marriage, genital mutilation, domestic violence and campaigned against the trafficking and sale of black migrants in Libyan slave markets.