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Sarah White

Sarah White

Space Madness is a dazzling collection of songs showcasing Sarah White’s remarkable songwriting skills, vocal abilities and her knack for dropping incredibly hypnotic, well refined, electro-acoustic soul bangers. The album is tightly reinforced with stylistically inventive and deep-leaning, future soul-funk productions from multi-talented musician and producer Rico Simon Mendez (a.k.a. DJ Don Cuco) with additional productions from Hadyn, Teddy G, and PoLo (PapaJazz) and vocal contributions from Cecilia Stalin and Nicholas Ryan Gant. Space Madness is an emotionally honest, life-affirming, and gorgeous record, full of unrelenting positive messages. Album opener “Reachin’ Up” is a compellingly sombre yet blues melting jam which beautifully highlights Sarah’s understanding and sense of classic American soul, while songs like “Fam” and “Nu Life” are positively woozy, future boogie electrosoul transmissions, absolutely lush with impressive synths, string orchestration, and tastefully distorted guitars. All this suspended atop propulsive rhythms and percussions, and Miss White remains consistently arresting, on point, and elegant throughout. It’s truly a beautiful collaboration; a brilliant voice with a forward-leaning, unique musical vision. 

“This album represents a process and a manifestation of what can happen when you keep on, pushing on” – Sarah White 

You can find all of her music here: http://sarahwhite.bandcamp.com

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Shana Tucker

Shana Tucker

“SHiNE”, the lush, chamber-soul debut from Durham singer-songwriter Shana Tucker, is an earful. Her sweet, unerring voice alone would be enough to support a career; what makes Tucker special is her adherence to the cello, boldly taking the instrument into new territory. Much like vocalist Esperanza Spalding with her double bass, Tucker and her cello blur the lines in our heads that divide classical, jazz, folk, R&B and soul. — Sylvia Pfeiffenberger, INDYWEEK.COM

Go hear her music and purchase her cd here: http://shanatucker.bandcamp.com

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Jarrard Anthony

Jarrard Anthony

To evolve, elevate, enrich, edify, encourage—these signifying words pepper singer/songwriter/producer and multi-instrumentalist Jarrard Anthony’s conversation

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Briddy

Briddy

Briddy’s journey started at the young age of 15, touring with Chris Brown as a “Krumper” on Chris’s “Up Close and Personal Tour.” His older brother, “BShaw,” once one of Chris’s original background dancers, introduced the two who quickly became best friends. Briddy has also appeared in several of Chris’s videos. Shadowing these experiences, Briddy was bit by the entertainment “BUG”.

After touring with Chris in 2007, Briddy decided that he wanted to be a producer. Standing 6’5”, he realized that he was too tall to be a background dancer like his older brother – “BShaw” – therefore he took his per diem and invested in his first producing program “Fruity Loops” using his family’s computer to create his beats. He was on his way. Look out “Dr Dre!”

In May 2009, Briddy interned for Damon Thomas (of the renowned production team “The Underdogs”) at Baby Face recording studio “Brandons Way” in Los Angeles. After only a few short weeks, Damon noticed that he had a “Star” in his presence. Amazed at Briddy’s unique dancing and producing ability, Damon saw something special in Briddy. During July 2009, Briddy signed a co-publishing agreement with Rondor Music Publishing (a division of Universal Music Group). By November 2009, at the urging of Damon Thomas, Briddy formed a group known as “iSQUARE” with members Mike J, 10beats, Destiny. After an intense bidding war, the group charmed Jimmy Lovine and Diddy and put their signatures on the dotted line signing to “Pentagon/Bad Boy Records/Interscope Records.”

Just a few short months later, thanks to an amazing twist of fate, Briddy had embarked on a career that was sure to turn global working with some of the greatest producers in the music industry today.

In 2010, Briddy had the pleasure of meeting and working with two top major producers (Rami Yacoub / Carl Falk) on Nick Carter’s (of the Backstreet Boys) solo project where Briddy is featured on Nick’s solo single and video “Burning Up.”

Despite his success, Briddy’s burning desire to change his style of music and redirect the spotlight to his solo career as a recording artist has become his main objective.

His musical mission is “Alternative/Pop/Hip Hop.” To him, it’s about recognizing your own potential. It’s about having a good time. It’s about loving every minute of your life. It’s about letting the world see who you are.

Growing up, Briddy played with action figures and drew animated characters. People thought he was a weird and goofy kid. As a man, he is very comfortable with his direction in life and believes in himself completely. People now see him as a beacon of light, for He understands if you believe in yourself – people will believe in you too.

Briddy is a recording artist, rapper, producer, writer, dancer, entertainer and visionary, but most importantly, he is standing in the gap to bri “Good Positive Music” back.

Download Briddy’s New Mixtape here:

http://briddy.bandcamp.com/

Connect with Briddy

Twitter.com/briddy21   Facebook/barmani  •  Youtube/briddy007  • Tumblr.com/briddy21
Contact email: abidingentertainment@gmail.com

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