A new, dynamic voice in Black America
When beauty, brains and business savvy are mixed together, life graces us with the presence of “total package” artists like V.V. Brown.
Christopher Stewart is the producer of “Umbrella” (Rihanna), “Single Ladies” (Beyonce) and “Touch My Body” (Mariah Carey).
When the sacred and secular combine, therein, at the crux, lies Sade.
In the world of contemporary R&B, Lyfe Jennings is the prototype for what hip-hop heads would consider a “street disciple.”
The self-proclaimed “R&B hippie neo-soul rock star” channels the spirit of Marvin Gaye on his latest release.
Following in the footsteps of Babyface and Quincy Jones, Wyclef Jean has learned the value of ownership.
Inside Garrett’s discography, one will find: “Yeah” (Usher), “Lose My Breathe” (Destiny’s Child), “Run It!” (Chris Brown), “London Bridge” (Fergie) and “Break Up” (Mario).
In 2008, Katt Williams’ hugely successful It’s Pimpin’ Pimpin’ tour traveled to 100 cities. At the end of the year, however, he retired at age 35.
Priscilla Renea masterfully fuses elements of rock, pop, and R&B.
Rolling Stone ranked Public Enemy as #44 on its Immortals list, which highlights the 100 greatest artists of all time.
While studying in Boston at Berklee College of Music, Matt Cusson instinctively found his way to Harlem’s Apollo stage.
K. Michelle is raw, honest and refreshingly blunt.
Earlier this year, “Boyfriend #2” and “Under” became number one singles on urban and mainstream R&B radio outlets nationwide.
Ryan Leslie is a key pioneer in the music-media movement.
With ten albums to his credit, at the age of 28, Marques Houston is an industry veteran.
Jason Derülo's resume boasts songwriting credits for Birdman, Cassie, Danity Kane, Diddy, Lil’ Wayne, Pitbull, and Sean Kingston.
Mary Mary has the rare distinction of finding a welcome home on secular and religious radio stations.
As the protégé of super-producer Polow da Don, expectations are running high for Ester Dean, whose debut album is set for release in 2010.
Although Bobby Ray’s music hasn’t hit the shelves of brick-and-mortar stores, his underground fame landed him on the covers of XXL and Vibe.
Jade Jenise Dixon’s latest work, Truth Hall, has garnered eight film festival wins and nominations.