When life gives you a calling, it may take years before you understand why it's calling, why you’re the one chosen to give the world a gift you knew you had but wasn't quite sure it was for you. A lot of artists dive into the music world because it’s a trend but when music is your gift, it becomes the reason you stand out. Sometimes you must go through painful life lessons before you take that risk, but once you do it’s all elevator from there ask Miss Sosa.
Miss Sosa is an R&B artist from Kentucky who has lived in Atlanta for the last 8 years. Miss Sosa learned that music was her calling and with constant validation from those who heard her music, she took the opportunity to introduce those who don't know her, why they should. If you love R&B, then you were introduced to a type of music that will emotionally put you in different places often. Miss Sosa's music is just that, so to continue with that R & B feel she teamed up with producers Brittany Mayes & Chris Davis for her new single "Not The One".
Before we dive deep into her new single, it’s important to learn more about the artist. Miss Sosa writes her own music and at times brings in her friend Mika Means to help during the creation process.
If you've ever been in a relationship where the person you were with failed to treat you right, and took you for granted then you will relate to "Not The One''. Miss Sosa talks about catching a man with another girl and thinking he can come back, that’s when she quickly lets him know I’m"Not The One".
Everything from beat production, engineering and vocals are top notch when listening to this record. The music she is currently making has been lost for a long time and Miss Sosa is determined to bring R&B music back as she knows it and true fans know it today.
Stream "Not The One" available on all digital platforms now.
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NEWARK NEW JERSEY’S ‘BEST KEPT SECRET’ NO MORE! HERE’S RECAP OF GOSPEL IN THE PARK AT THE 15th ANNIVERSARY LINCOLN PARK MUSIC FESTIVAL
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NEWARK NEW JERSEY’S ‘BEST KEPT SECRET’ NO MORE!
HERE’S RECAP OF GOSPEL IN THE PARK AT THE 15th ANNIVERSARY LINCOLN PARK MUSIC FESTIVAL
GRAMMY NOMINATED R&B LEGEND VALERIE SIMPSON’S SURPRISE PERFORMANCE WITH PROVENANCE MUSIC GROUP
NEWARK, NJ (August 3) — The 15th Anniversary Lincoln Park Music Festival, Newark NJ’s “best kept secret” kicked off its week of free outdoor concert series with “Gospel In The Park” featuring Provenance Music Group who stunned the crowd with a surprise pop up from Grammy nominated R&B legend Valerie Simpson of the supergroup Ashford & Simpson, formed with her late husband Nick Ashford.
As one-half of American husband-and-wife songwriting-production team and recording duo of Nick Ashford and Valerie Simpson (“Ain’t No Mountain High Enough”, “You’re All I Need To Get By”, “Ain’t Nothing Like The Real Thing”, “Found A Cure”, “Solid”, “Is It Still Good To Ya?”), Valerie Simpson was inducted into the Songwriters Hall of Fame in 2002 and, with Nick Ashford, recipient of The Rhythm & Blues Foundation’s Pioneer Award, ASCAP’s Founder Award, and the Grammy Trustee Award. Provenance Music Group is an internationally renowned gospel music ensemble that has shared the stage with a myriad of noted performers and with rising celerity and captivated live audiences through their nationally broadcasted television appearances in Newark, NJ; London, UK; Barbados; Japan; and Bobby Jones Gospel In DC.
The 15th Anniversary Lincoln Park Music Festival’s “Gospel In The Park” night was hosted by Rev. Kevin E. Taylor, of Unity Fellowship Church NewArk and former BET Networks producer/showrunner (Lyrically Speaking, Access Granted and Notarized: Top 100 Videos of the 20th Century) and recently elected City of Newark NJ Councilwoman At Large Rev. Louise Scott-Rountree, daughter of renown entrepreneur Louise Scott. Councilwoman At Large Rev. Louise Scott-Rountree grew up in Newark’s landmarked and historic Krueger-Scott mansion.
Provenance Music Group with Valerie Simpson at the 15th Anniversary Lincoln Park Music Festival Gospel In The Park, July 27, 2022 Photos courtesy of Lincoln Park Coast Cultural District
Left to right: Councilwoman at Large Rev. Louise Scott-Rountree and Rev. Kevin E. Taylor at the 15th Anniversary Lincoln Park Music Festival Gospel In The Park, July 27, 2022 Photos courtesy of Lincoln Park Coast Cultural District
About Lincoln Park Coast Music Festival
The annual Lincoln Park Music Festival (LPMF) is the largest music experience rooted in traditions of the African American and Afro Caribbean diaspora in the tri-state region. LPMF has expanded into an audience of 50,000-60,000 international attendees that comes together, over two weekends, to experience multiple genres of music including Gospel, Jazz, House, Hip-Hop, Rhythm & Blues, Reggae, Dancehall, Soca, Kompa and of the Latinx/Hispanic diaspora, as well as film, tech and music business education.
About Lincoln Park Coast Cultural District (Non-Profit, 501c3)
The Lincoln Park Coast Cultural District, Inc. (LPCCD) is a non-profit organization actively engaged in the practice of economic development through Creative Placemaking. Its mission to plan, design and develop a comprehensive arts and cultural district in the Lincoln Park neighborhood of downtown Newark. LPCCD’s main arts & culture programs are the annual Lincoln Park Music Festival, Lincoln Park Music Speaks citywide humanities initiative, the Lincoln Park Jazzy Soul music series, the Lincoln Park Sustainable Living Community Podcast and the public art initiative Lincoln Park Gallery Without Walls.
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Former Motown Records recording artists Clarence KD McNair Gives Insightful Message at Mayor Brandon M. Scott Youth Summit
Prophet Jones - Lifetime https://youtu.be/XvETZc2B_ko Youth Summit; July 28, 2022 https://youtu.be/mm36ToChPAA On July 28, 2022, Baltimore Mayor Brandon M. Scott hosted his second annual Youth Summit to connect youth with local entrepreneurs and provide skills for their entrepreneurship or career journey. Getting to the Bag: The Pathways to Business, Entrepreneurship, and Career Development in Baltimore had interactive breakout sessions, panel discussions, professional development activities, and more. Panelists included Deputy Mayor Ted Carter, Marc Broady, and Clarence "KD" McNair. "It was an honor to receive the invitation from the Mayor's office to give encouraging words to our youth," McNair said. "It was important for me to discuss how to overcome the challenges in business and life." McNair is a Baltimore, Maryland native who began his career as a recording artist and producer in his early teenage years. He landed a music contract with his mother's help at Motown Records. KD was a part of Prophet Jones. Prophet Jones was an hip-hop\R&B group from Washington, D.C. that consisted of Patrick “P” Rowe, Kevin “K.D.” Jackson, Tony “Hollywood” Dumas and Jerome “Goldee” Lattisaw (who is also known as the brother of R&B singer Stacy Lattisaw). This opportunity led his music group to work with Grammy-awarded music producers. In November 2019, McNair released his first book "Give It One More Try," to shed light on the importance of mental fitness. He shares the depths of his early traumatic experiences and how he found ways to push for the life he has now. "Most of our challenges sometimes start at home," McNair said. "Maybe you want to change your family's future, but there are so many challenges seeking to influence self-doubt. Remember to find value in what's worth the challenges to stay motivated to achieve your goals." McNair continued his message by expressing the power of mentorship. He believes that if he realized the value of mentorship as a recording artist, he could have better maximized his opportunities during his career. Today, he is a successful brand architect and author who advocates for programs that help the youth "get ready for obstacles in the world." Many of his teachings focus on mental health and positive solutions for minorities.
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Bmc Milly$. Born and raised in Mobile , Al. She started off writing poetry back in middle school, then started putting her poems on beats. She uses music as a way to express herself. She found a passion in it at a young age and always knew this was what she wanted to do. Music became her peace , and happy place. She dropped her first mixtape called “Life Stories” in 2018 but her latest release is called “Next Up” and it’s out on all platforms. Also , make sure y’all tap in with her hit single “Motion” on all platforms as well. You can find her on all social media outlets under BMC Milly$!
MAGICC UNVEILS NEW SINGLE, “TOO LATE”
“One of the year’s breakout up and coming artist” – ZekeBeats “Unflinchingly honest, earnestly positive, and resolutely single-minded” – AWF DJ Services “Magicc should be a major label signed artist. Top 40 HIT”- Dan Matthews (Klubjumpers)13 MAY 2022 (SCOTTSDALE, AZ) – Magicc has unveiled the highly anticipated “Too Late”, the single he has called “Song of the summer” Stream/download “Too Late” HERE.
The release of “Too Late” follows Magiccs’ breakout single and music video “Rewind” which peaked at number 21 on the Top 150 Independent Artist Digital Radio Charts and spent multiple weeks in the top 50 of the same chart (as well as going top 100 globally on DRT Global Chart). Coming off of multiple shows with artists such as Trippie Redd, Soulja Boy and more, Magicc will be killing the stage throughout this coming summer.
Mind catching, soul grabbing and fierce, ‘Too Late’ is an anthem for men and women to reflect on how their actions and bad habits can lead to their spouse being pushed away and finding new love. Written by Magicc – the highly talented artist behind ‘Rewind’ – ‘Too Late’ arrives alongside an iconic video directed by James Karoki AKA JayScribe, who has previously worked with the likes of the New Mexico United Professional Soccer team as a videographer. The video further showcases this talented, increasingly- fearless young artist living out all his wildest super-star-dreams, but in a manner that displays his big heart.
This is an extraordinary journey that Magicc has worked towards his whole life (even dropping out of college two years ago to pursue the goal and follow the journey further). Still aged just 23 years old, the chartting independent artist has already surpassed over 200 thousand combined streams since beginning his music journey.
Out of some troubling times Magicc has fashioned a sensational, boiling hot summer record, a head bopping, energy flowing single, which can sit proudly on a global stage next to The Weeknd, Tory Lanez and Jack Harlow. In mood, if not exactly in sound, it has some of the complete realization and energy as some of the latest The Weekend, work.
Now poised to join the pantheon of international pop greats, his tireless energy, positivity and drive were never going to allow Magicc to settle for anything other than ‘High Expectations’ and ‘High Output”. In years to come watch Magicc meet them and keep reaching higher still.
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Alexis Danielle Finley, a 90’s baby, born March 15 in Houston, TX. Graduate of Stephen F Austin State University with a Bachelor of Music in Sound Recording Technology, Alexis started her career on the production side of music, giving her additional knowledge to follow her dreams in the entertainment industry. Being surrounded by a musically gifted family, it's no surprise that she's a natural talent. At age five, she fell in love with music, and by the age of sixteen, she joined a girl group by the name of CLASS. Throughout her college journey, Alexis performed at multiple events developing her stage presence and beginning her artistic career. After graduating, her primary focus was to be an independent artist. Her 1st EP, “Recovery” (released January 2019), came from personal experiences of a girl becoming a woman, while promoting women to grow better and not bitter after heartbreak. Her second EP, “Sensitive Savage” (released October 2020), showcases the levels of growth after the healing process. Sensitive Savage is demonstrating different levels of emotions however being secure in who you are and knowing your worth through all battles. Now her newest single, “All Me,” released June 2021, has been noted as the new ladies' anthem focused on boss energy and being independent. Alexis embodies R&B and will go toe to toe with the industry’s greatest beginning her reign as the new school leader in authentic R&B. Keep your ears open, Alexis Finley is creating everlasting music that will make folks feel good for a lifetime.
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