Leela James will support her latest project by hitting the road this summer for a 19-city "Are You Ready? Tour." The trek will launch on June 21 in Covington, KY and make stops in major cities like New York, Atlanta, Chicago, Memphis, Nashville, Durham before wrapping on July 18 in Glenside, PA, at the Keswick Theatre. Tickets go on sale [More]
A huge congratulations go out to R&B soulstress Leela James, who recently revealed she's gotten married! Earlier this week, James shared photos of herself as a beautiful, glowing bride on her Instagram page. The singer got married a week ago on the Friday before Memorial Day weekend. "When you wake up it’s Friday and it hits you’ve just gone from [More]
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Veteran R&B artists Tank and Leela James have joined forces for the co-headlining "The Savage x The Soul Tour." The 18-date trek kicks off on November 13 at the Playstation Theater in New York and will make stops in major cities like Philadelphia...
Veteran R&B/Soul singer Leela James reveals the music video for "Hard For Me," a record that continues her tale of relationship struggles.
Today (May 4), she enlists Singersroom to premiere the video for "All Over Again," one of the album's ballads. It's a love song that will warm your heart when it comes to opening it up to allow love in.
Singersroom is giving away two tickets to the upcoming concert at the Apollo Theater to see Leela James and Daley on their "Undeniable Tour."
Leela James offers another soulful taste from her forthcoming album, Did It For Love, by releasing the new gem, "Don’t Mean a Thang."
On the soulful mid-tempo groove, James sings words of nostalgia as she recalls loving moments between her and a former lover.
On the ballad, which follows "Don’t Want You Back" and "Hard For Me," James sings words of true tender love, a tune perfect for the first dance at a wedding reception.