Back when they were in high school, PARACHUTE’s Will Anderson (vocals, guitar), Johnny Stubblefield (drums), and Christopher “Kit” French (saxophone, keyboards) spent nearly every afternoon in Anderson’s basement, dreaming up songs showing a deep affinity for classic pop, heart-felt rock, and tuneful blue-eyed soul. Now, after a decade of touring internationally and turning out hit singles like the platinum “She Is Love” (#1 at iTunes), the gold “Kiss Me Slowly,” ‘Forever And Always”, “Can’t Help” (from the album Overnight, which debuted at #15 on the Billboard Top 200), PARACHUTE’s last album reclaimed the spirit that first sparked their love of music. They quickly followed up this successful opening slot with their sold out “Getaway Tour”, in the spring of 2017, returning to some of their favorite venues from over the years. Parachute will play a series of intimate acoustic shows this Fall, while continuing to work on new music to be released in 2018. Checkout our latest and exclusive interview with Parachute NOW.
The world watched Sammie grow up from a 12-year-old sensation into a record-breaking and multiplatinum-selling singer, songwriter, and performer. Now, they can hear him fully come of age in 2017. Sammie’s third record and first independent full-length LP, Coming of Age [Star Camp Music/EMPIRE], sees him confidently evolve into the artist he’s worked towards becoming for the past 18 years. 2016 set the stage for the new album. Sammie delivered a bona fide hit with the I’m Him EP. The Shade Room touted the title track and it transformed into a viral smash with over 2.7 million Spotify streams and 1.9 million YouTube/VEVO views, between garnering praise from HipHopDX, AXS, Revolt, YouKnowIGotSoul, and more. He continued to constantly record, engaging his audience by personally previewing the writing process on Instagram. Checkout our latest and exclusive interview with Sammie.
Known to much of the world as one-half of the gospel duo Mary Mary, Tina Campbell is wife, mother, an accomplished and multi award-winning singer/songwriter and producer. She is an author and inspirational speaker. Tina Campbell has already achieved a lifetime of success with numerous awards won: (Grammy Awards (4), American Music Awards, NAACP Image Awards, Soul Train Awards, Stellar Awards, Dove Awards, ASCAP’s acclaimed Golden Note Award, The BMI Legends of Gospel Music Honor, etc.), millions of records sold (5 million and counting), graced the covers of multiple high profile magazines, appeared and performed on major national and international award, news and variety and talk tv shows, and has established herself as a contender in TV land through five seasons of her hit WE tv reality show, “Mary Mary,” with the sixth and final season about to launch in September, 2017, and recently co-created with husband Teddy the popular web series called, 10 Minutes with Tina & Teddy. Her career in music and television alongside her sister, Erica Campbell, the other half of Mary Mary, has spanned more than a decade and has been unstoppable! And now, Tina is fully emerged as a solo artist.
In the coming weeks Tina returns with her newest solo album, It’s Still Personal, the follow-up to 2015’s solo debut, It’s Personal. A re-working of the NAACP Image Award winner for Outstanding Inspirational Album in 2016, It’s Still Personal features three new original tracks—the heart felt new single, “Too Hard Not To,” a beautiful Gospel/Pop ballad premiered on sister Erica’s nationally syndicated radio show Get Up! Mornings with Erica Campbell, and now available on all digital platforms, plus a rousing soulful Southern Gospel tune, “Evidence,” and the rap/hip hop tinged “We Livin.” The singer also includes a re-production of the previously recorded track “Woh, Oh, Oh.” Never one to avoid facing and sharing her truth, Tina chose to fully reveal her challenges throughout season 3 of her hit WE tv series Mary Mary. And just as boldly, Tina shared her healing, faith renewal and even her wedding vow renewal in subsequent seasons. Her fans remained at her side as the singer continued the journey to healing. Throughout her challenges and rewards, Tina has shown great strength and power, emerging with a burst of creativity and confidence. Check out our latest and exclusive interview with Tina Campbell.
22 year old Tone Stith has been on a musical journey for over half his life – currently, his a top 10 R&B artist on iTunes with his July 13th released album “Can We Talk”, produced by himself and The PRBLMSLVRS. Tone has written and produced songs for Chris Brown, including the hit single “Liquor’ on ‘Royalty’. Able to play a slew of instruments, write and produce his own music, and captivate audiences with his dynamic dance movements, Stith is what many would call, the complete package. Discovered by music mogul heir Jas Prince, son of Rap-A-Lot Records founder James Prince, & with heavy co-signs from the likes of Drake (also discovered by Jas) Bryson Tiller, Kehlani and DJ Khaled to name a few – Tone is on course to sit amongst the industry’s elite. Having already toured along side Party Next Door and Bryson Tiller, recent RCA signee, Stith, who is also represented by Maverick Management, is gearing up to the road with headliner August Alsina on the “Don’t Matter Tour”. A fervor of tweets from fans across the nation would indicate that Tone’s next live performance is being heavily anticipated, especially with the recent release of his debut album. Checkout our latest and exclusive interview with Tone Stith.
DOPAMINE gives fans the seductive grooves and raw honesty they look for when it comes to MILA J and her unique sound. MILA J, a Los Angeles native, performs with confidence and her sexy “no filter, around the way girl” swag. MILAJ’s debut EP titled M.I.L.A. (“Made in Los Angeles”), was released in October 2014, and rose to #12 on Billboard’s Top R&B/Hip-Hop Albums chart – featuring guest appearances by B.O.B (“Champion”), Ty Dolla $ign (“My Main”) and Problem (“Pain In My Heart”). MILA J‘’s hit single “Smoke, Drink, Break Up” from the 2014 released detailed her addiction towards dysfunctional relationships. The track hit the R&B/Hip-Hop Airplay chart, and its official remix featured Ty Dolla Sign, Kirko Bangz and Problem. MILA J released her second EP in 2016 titled 213 (her hometown area code) on Motown Records, featuring the radio smash single “Kickin’ Back,” and a cover of Sade’s “The Sweetest Taboo,” setting the tone for her current release. Checkout our latest and exclusive interview with Mila J.
As a gift to fans on her birthday, Atlantic Records artist Sevyn Streeter has released her debut album GIRL DISRUPTED. The album includes recently released tracks- “My Love for You” and “Fallen” feat. Ty Dolla $ign & Cam Wallace, as well as soon to be chart topping features with August Alsina, Dave East, Dej Loaf, Wiz Khalifa, Ty Dolla $ign and more. “I am overjoyed for the release of my debut album, Girl Disrupted! It’s only fitting to celebrate the biggest love of my life…MUSIC on the same day that I was given LIFE! To my Street Team: This is our first birthday, with many more to come…Happy Girl Disrupted Day!” The premise of GIRL DISRUPTED is centered on a message every young woman can relate to, the journey from a young naïve girl to a grown woman. “This important time in each woman’s life forces them to take ownership of their past in order to become the most true version of themselves,” says Sevyn. Earlier this year Sevyn hit the road for an 18-city North American headline tour which kicked off in St. Louis and wrapped in Los Angeles. Throughout the tour Sevyn partnered with Karen Civil for a Civil TV Tour Diary which documented her time on the road. Checkout our latest and exclusive interview Sevyn Streeter now.
After fifteen Saturdays spent in a studio, surrounded by bad Chinese food and good times, Louis York was born. The musical creation of Claude Kelly and Chuck Harmony, their first album is not one genre. Or influence. Or thought. Or message. It’s an exploration of it all. When stepping behind the mic for the first time in their careers, the Grammy nominated songwriter and producer decided to throw out every rule the business had told them to follow. It doesn’t matter how long, how many transitions or how many genres. Kelly and Harmony found themselves searching for one thing, and one thing alone – GREAT music. Music they’re proud to introduce to the world. Music they believe does their rhythmic predecessors proud. And the two have tapped into their eclectic backgrounds and respective New York and St. Louis upbringings to do just that. Every vocal you hear is straight from Claude’s pipes. And every sound a product of Harmony’s hands. Their music truly comes from their hearts, written for the love of music and nothing else. But words simply don’t do the justice a play button can. So enjoy ! Checkout our latest and exclusive interview with Louis York.
Acclaimed R&B/Soul singer-songwriter, Leela James, follows up her #1 single “Don’t Want You Back” with a sultry, intense new single “Hard For Me”. This sexy, bass heavy ballad is guaranteed to give the fans the voice and sound they expect from her. Leela’s dynamically soulful new album, Did It For Love, is firmly positioned in the Top 10 on the R&B album sales charts. Leela James on currently on tour with Maxwell as she continues to promote her new album. Checkout our latest & exclusive interview with Leela James now.
Daley is a singer, songwriter and recording artist hailing from Manchester, UK. A British boy who grew up to the sounds of Prince, Chaka Khan, Sade, Radiohead and Oasis – Daley first became prominent after co-writing and featuring on the Gorillaz hit ‘Doncamatic’ under the wing of the band’s creator Damon Albarn in London. He has since become one of the UK’s most respected soulful exports, recording and touring on both sides of the Atlantic, working with the likes of Pharrell Williams, Miguel, Jessie J, Emeli Sande, Maxwell, Jill Scott and Marsha Ambrosius.
His debut album ‘Days & Nights’ was released shortly after via Universal Republic Records to critical acclaim, boasting contributions from Pharrell Williams, Illangelo (The Weeknd) Bernard Butler (Suede) and Andre Harris (Usher, Jill Scott) and saw Top 20 singles in the UK charts – ‘Remember Me’ featuring Jessie J and ‘Broken’. The album also gave rise to Top 10 R&B radio single ‘Look Up’ and was followed by sold-out headline tours around the US and Europe. Daley described his debut album as a ‘diary of sorts’, showcasing some of his most vulnerable creative and carefully-crafted songs to date. With new single ‘Until The Pain Is Gone’ now Top 10 and climbing, Daley is poised to release his second album project ‘The Spectrum’ with which he draws on experiences professional and personal of the last two years, honoring the loss of close friend and manager Richard Antwi, and opening the door on the next chapter of his musical journey with renewed perspective and eagerly awaited new music. Checkout our latest and exclusive with Daley now !!!!!!
Her undeniable talent, incredible voice, and striking beauty are the reasons she stands out from the rest and the reasons why she’s had staying power in the fickle, precarious music industry. Since emerging on the scene, songstress and songwriter Tweet, born Charlene Keys, has been a favorite for R&B music lovers. Now, after a six-year hiatus, she is back with her third studio album Charlene, a testament to her professional, personal, and emotional evolution. Charlene is more than just what some might call a “grown and sexy” album. It’s a soulful, beautifully candid album that showcases Tweet’s dynamic vocals, and her artistic writing ability. Charlene is food for the soul that will feed Tweet’s loyal fan base hungry for her return, and also pique the appetite of new fans with its powerful, expressive tracks delivered with passion and fervor, and a different, more mellow and poised sound than her previous hit albums, Southern Hummingbird and It’s Me Again. It’s been quite an exhilarating and enlightening journey for Charlene Keys, who has carried the nickname Tweet since childhood. Born and raised in Rochester, NY, Tweet grew up in the church, sometimes attending service seven days a week, and it was in the pews that her love for music began. She sang in the choir for years as a child, played the drums in the church band, and even became part of a gospel group that performed all over Rochester. She signed with eOne in 2012and got back into the studio with her longtime friends and producers Craig Brockman, Nisan Stewart, John “Jubu” Smith, and Charlie Bereal to record Charlene. From the first single “Won’t Hurt Me,” an anthem for women completely over a bad or ungratifying relationship, to the alluring “Magic” where Tweet croons in her angelic voice, “It must be magic/ Cuz what you do to me, I can’t understand it,” to “Neva Shouda Left Ya,” where Tweet sincerely regrets ending a relationship, lovers of pure R&B music will find themselves in sonic heaven. Missy also makes an appearance on the new album and the musical chemistry that she has with Tweet on the Timbaland-produced track “Somebody Else Will,” is quite evident and nostalgic. Because of the many gems on Charlene, it is the type of album that can be listened to all the way through, over and over again. Checkout our latest interview with Tweet and go get your copy of the new album “Charlene” now.