Slip-n-Slide Records has produced some of the largest names, not only come out of Miami, but the entire south: Trina, Trick Daddy, and Rick Ross to name a few. Though a typically Hip-Hop and R&B-focused label, Slip-n-Slide deals in many genres. Their latest signee, singer Teenear, doesn’t want to be defined by a certain category.
Sony/ATV singer-songwriter Coline Creuzot dropped her own solo singles “You Tried It”, “Acapella Now,” and more recently, “Truth Is”, “Show Me” and “Numb” from her forthcoming EP Timeless. The Texas-raised artist recently chatted with SR writer Keyona Butler for a quick Q&A.
Over the course of the past few months, Detroit trio DMK have catapulted into the spotlight as one of R&B’s rising girl groups. That’s not to say their journey has been a quick one; members Damoli (22), Melanee (22), and Kourtney (21) have been together since they were little girls, but lately, they’ve been making quite the buzz…
In between meetings and interviews with MTV executives, Singersroom.com conversed with the young singer about musical influences, his fascination with music, working with Ginuwine’s nephew DJ Young Music, and what the world should expect from Shade Jenifer.
Behind every artist and song is a team of masterminds. These include the producers and engineers in the studios, to the supporting musicians at concerts and countless others. This includes renowned bassist, producer, and multi-instrumentalist, Timothy Bailey Jr. He has toured the world while working with Ariana Grande, Ruben Studdard, Lalah Hathaway, and many more.
Slim is back at it again! He will release his second solo album, RE-FUELED on May 13th on Shanachie Records. Singersroom.com chatted with the R&B singer about his new solo album, why it is important for music to stay relevant, and celebrating 20 years in the business with 112.
JR Castro bust onto the scene in 2015 with his Migos-assisted single “Get Home” which became radio gold. The Las Vegas-native has since followed up with a stream of buzz singles “Never Be The Same,” “FMN,” “That Sh*t Go,” and “M.O.B.,” determining to fit into the ranks of Ginuwine and Babyface combined.