The Alabama-native followed up with more singles and records and is eager to present this new body of work to fans. His single “Can’t Nobody Love You” is out now and his new album When Love Calls Me will arrive on October 28th. Singersroom chatted with the melodic Southern singer about his new single, American Idol, Prince, and so much more. Check out our short Q&A!
New Zealand-born musical recording artist Aaradhna examines what it means to be a woman of color on her fourth album Brown Girl. The talented songstress recently participated in a Q&A with us about the event that inspired her to write Brown Girl, what being a brown girl means to her, tackling stereotypes, and more…
2016 is the year Mindless Behavior returned with their album #OfficialMBMusic after a few ears off the radar. With their comeback, fans noticed the group went from being a quartet to being a trio with two new members EJ and Mike, who join original member, Princeton. They chatted with Singersroom about growth in their music and showcasing their more-mature content in their new music, staying strong as a group, and the fellas even gave their two cents about the rising tensions between police and black and brown communities.
It’s been a little over four years since we featured Ricco Barrino on Singersroom.com; last we heard from Ricco was on the track “Hood” featuring his sister, Fantasia. Ricco has been hard at work since that time,
The Redland is an potent, new, uplifting rap group that would like to introduce a new prototype to hip-hop music. They classify their musical style as “R&B and Hip-Hop,” their sound a mixture of Tupac, Common, Talib Kweli, and Public Enemy. Singersroom.com chatted with the R&B/Hip-Hop duo from Atlanta about their love for music, creating their sound, and what’s next for the group.
Glamour is a new melodic R&B trio who can introduce girl groups to mainstream music again. Moriah, Kaylan, and Lady are three hard-working teenagers who were given the opportunity to sing professionally due to their unique musical style.
Free spirits everywhere should appreciate 1999 Parachutes, the latest album from Saudi Arabia-born, LA-bred rapper Skinny. Skinny spoke with Singersroom’s Lea Brown (Elle Breezy) to discuss the change in direction for 1999 Parachutes