Prior to hitting the stage for a pre-Valentine's Day concert at B.B. Kings Blues Club in New York City on Friday Feb. 1st, Singersroom caught up with Grammy nominated singer-songwriter Musiq Soulchild to pow wow on a few topics.
We are more concerned with being cool than being heard. I think a lot of our artists are becoming extinct because its all about impressing others and being “cool”. Everyone wants to be cool. We don’t want to make an impact. I’m about the impact.
Group member Tionne "T-Boz" Watkins had many battles to fight outside of music. The entertainer was diagnosed with Sickle Cell Anemia early in life, and was told by doctors that she couldn't have kids and that she wouldn’t live past 30-years-old.
Far from the days of being the “first lady of G-Unit,” Olivia’s journey is documented on the popular reality show series Love & Hip-Hop on VH1, where we see her attempts at getting her music off the ground amid run-ins with other industry movers, shakers, and players.
Joe Budden has been on the radar as an emcee for a decade, producing successful hits and critically-acclaimed mixtapes, along with working with legends and some of the brightest lyricists and producers in the game.
Luke James is a smooth, sensual, and emotional singer, who draws plenty of reminiscence to the feel-good Motown sound. His sound conveys a nostalgic vibe and his stage show is griddy, heartfelt, and captivating.