American Idol season 15 runner-up La’Porsha Renae is still getting used to her newfound fame. “I don’t really like the fame; I like meeting my fans and performing, but I don’t want to be put on a pedestal or idolized…All of that getting some used to,” she told Singersroom…
Northeast Ohio-based trio Half Mile Home pride themselves in making dynamic R&B and hip-hop-infused gospel music. The group has grown out of their earlier incarnation as a secular R&B ensemble in the ’90s, but siblings Terence (lead vocals/guitars) and Todd Burton (vocals/drums), along with Youngstown native Darryl Brownlee (piano/production) are enjoying fulfilled success as a self-proclaimed “R&B Inspiration” ensemble.
In a time where new R&B groups can’t seem to stick together or make it pass go, Philadelphia, PA newcomers M.T.B (Meant To Be) is on a mission to break this curse. Formed in 2015, the group has been working tirelessly to hone their talents while building up their character as a team.
Sarasota, Florida native AngelTheStar fell on my radar after she submitted the heartfelt ballad, “Home (I Gotta Get There),” to Singersroom for review & placement. The singer/songwriter, who was a background vocalist for Grammy-nominated R&B veteran Musiq Soulchild, sounded so refined and polished that I had to uncover more about her…
Cee-Lo presents Swagu Style House, a unique, multi-talented group from Atlanta, who would like to be added to the list of musical pioneers such as Outkast and Cee-Lo himself. Singersoom.com chatted with the up-and-coming group about their name, Cee-Lo, growing up in the “A,” and so much more. Check out our interview!
After taking some time off from the industry and touring, Az Yet released their new album She’s Magic last month on Cleopatra Records. “Love Her Mind” is the first single off the album, and it exemplifies the group’s smooth and tender voices once more.
With his ongoing love for Jesus Christ, Gospel music icon Kirk Franklin continues to bless the world with his music and helping others make their dreams come true. For over two decades, the 10x Grammy Award-winner popularized contemporary gospel music, and it has certainly paid off! Singersroom.com spoke with the gospel veteran about working with Pharrell, their latest single, longevity as an artist, and more…
Los Angeles-based R&B/Pop artist Annalé is a gifted entertainer with an arsenal of musical talents. Born in New York and raised in South Korea, she received early exposure to music; her father is an active orchestral conductor/composer in South Korea, and her mother is a professional organist.
Now, Perry would like to present her charismatic style and lyrical content to the industry. She has already been featured in The Source, Vibe, XXL, New York Times, LA Times, Billboard, and the Miami Herald. She was also featured on” Sisterhood of Hip-Hop” on the Oxygen Network. The Miami MC spoke with Singersroom.com about her love for rapping, Beyonce, Missy Elliot, and more. Check out our interview!
“Every decision is a learning lesson. There is one decision I made during my third album that I regret. I got a million dollar budget, and I spent it all recording in LA and on producers; that wasn’t necessary. I could have kept a lot of that money. I spent the whole thing even though the album was great and successful.”