Washington DC R&B Singer 1

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Washington DC R&B Singer 1

How many musical artists today can sing and song write in three languages -- fluently, have four-octave ranges, are expert pianists, and dedicate their lives to serving the world through music? This Washington DC R&B Singer performs with the tenderness of a soul crooner, and in the same breath, with the grit and stamina of a rock star. He is the young new face of pop and urban music.

Washington DC R&B Singer heritage

Originally from Jacksonville, North Carolina, this Washington DC R&B Singer is part of a rich music heritage. “My mother and almost all of her side of the family are incredible musicians, so it seemed natural for me to be a musician.” He was barely a toddler when he started singing and by age 9 he had already created his first compositions for voice and piano.

Washington DC R&B Singer performances

His love for music and other cultures has taken him around the world where he has performed before presidents, dignitaries, heads of state, and high-profile celebrities. This Washington DC R&B Singer has shared the stage with several national recording artists such as Stephanie Mills, Anthony David, Kindred, Eric Roberson, Sy Smith, N'Dambi, Yolanda Adams, Tamia, Zo! & Phonte (The Foreign Exchange), Vikter Duplaix, Mike Phillips, Gordon Chambers, Maya Azucena and Leela James.
This Washington DC R&B Singer songs have been featured on a number of media outlets and projects such as: ABC’s “The View”, WHUR, Music Choice, Good Morning Arizona!, WBFF Fox45 Baltimore, soulbounce.com, The Contemporary Songbook 3 (Soulunsigned), The Soul Prototype (Kebomusic), and Beautiful Weirdo (GreenTea).

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Country United States
City Washington
State/Province District of Columbia
Performer Type Musical Act

8 responses to “Washington DC R&B Singer 1”

  1. Andrea McPerson says:

    “[This artist’s] four octave range and quirky accessibility held the audiences’ attention captive with its plunging low tones, soaring high notes and mastered control…His songs took its listeners on a journey through love’s perils and triumphs; their breath hung on every note.” – Andrea McPherson – Examiner

  2. Gordon Chambers says:

    “[This artist’s] tenor is Hathaway deep, Luther warm and, in terms of color, could only be described as golden. Truly an anointing moment whenever he and a microphone cross paths” – Grammy award-winning Singer/Songwriter, Gordon Chambers.

  3. Mira Sorvino says:

    “…the voice of an angel with the skill of Billie Holiday…” – Mira Sorvino, Academy Award-Winning Actress

  4. Natan says:

    “…the most exciting artist since Prince.” – Natan Press, The Deli

  5. Maysa says:

    “…funky & exciting, a voice taking us in the right direction” – Maysa Leak, Billboard Recording Artist

  6. Ann Marie says:

    “Let me tell y’all, lord this chile can SANG. If you ever get a chance to see him in and around your part of town, go take the show in.” – Ann Marie Collymore AKA “Tha Connoisseur “, Soulafrodisiac.com

  7. Michael says:

    “…one of the most promising independent artists on the scene today. Possessing a resonant and versatile voice…He dazzled the audience with his tone and range, sliding into low notes skipping into highs. Remarkably, he has a gift of scat with an uncommon musicality.” – Michael Lewis, SoulMusic.com

  8. Honeysoul says:

    “…Make sure you take a minute to familiarize yourself with his brand of sophisticated soul as he continues to move onward and upward.” – Honeysoul, Honeysoul.com

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