Indie R&B recording artist Nhojj had a big night at the OUTMusic Awards earlier this month. Picking up an award for Outstanding R&B/Soul Song of the Year, Nhojj also made history as the first African American male to win an OUTMusic Award. In addition to earning Outstanding R&B/Soul Song of the Year for his single “Love,” Nhojj took the stage to perform before an audience that included LOGO personalities DeMarco Majors and Julie Goldman. “Love” features keyboardist Carl Evans (Stevie Wonder, Barry White); David Stark on Guitar (Rick James & Teena Marie); Tommy Aros on percussion (Luis Miguel); and is mastered by by Robert Honablue, whose Gold and Platinum credits include Santana, Roberta Flack, Aretha Franklin, Bob Marley, and Miles Davis. Nhojj’s recent win a the OUTMusic Awards follows a praised performance at the 2009 Barbados Music Awards. To date Nhojj has released six CDs and an unplugged live DVD by Emmy nominated director Bill Cote. He has performed at Lincoln Center, and toured the United States, Canada, the Caribbean, and the United Kingdom.

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