Porcelan, is a Memphis-made recording artist and songwriter on the rise who is ready to impact the world with her debut single, a beautiful piano ballad, “The Real Thing Don’t Change” co-written by producer and Hall of Fame songwriter David Porter and multi-instrumentalist Hamilton Hardin. Porcelan sang before an audience for the first time at the age of 10, and with abundant school choir solos to sharpen her natural desire for perfection, she would soon find her voice as a songwriter, performer, and first-time recording artist by the age of sixteen. Listeners most often make comparisons to some of the great female voices of our time, but with great humility lurking just beneath a fierce vocal range, Porcelan delivers her own version...every time.
(Newport News, VA) Clayt, born Clayton Duncan, is a Virginia native hailing from Newport News. Growing up downtown, an area usually associated with crime and poverty, he first discovered his sense of ambition from playing basketball. Although Clayt can recall singing Michael Jackson in his living room, and being a class clown as long as he can remember, a career in entertainment never crossed his mind. What was once a hobby, eventually grew into a passion, an obsession even. As Clayt has continued to evolve into the artist and the person he is today, he’s found that his mission has become to inspire people to be confident in themselves, and focus on the highs rather than the lows. His overall goal is to encourage others to embrace their own passions, and establish an art culture in Virginia that he felt was missing in his youth. Clayt is not only rapper, but an inspirational figure and pioneer for his home state.
"So I Can Have You Back" was written and produced by JOE and is the lead single to JOE's forthcoming 12th studio album, "#MYNAMEISJOETHOMAS" available globally on November 11, 2016. JOE dazzled the world last fall with his rendition of "Hello" from global superstar, Adele. JOEs rendition garnered more than 5M views in less than a week and it reminded the masses that JOE is not just a singer, but an artist. JOE’s unprecedented career as singer, songwriter and artist has yielded over 15 million units sold worldwide.
JOE is currently on the #MYNAMEISJOETHOMAS national tour and stops include;
Sat. August 20 - Sewell, NJ
Sun. August 21 - New York, NY
Sat. August 27 - Atlanta, GA
Sat. September. 3 - Stockton, CA
Fri. September 16 - Pullup, WA
Sat. September - 17 Dallas, TX
Sat. September 24 – St. Louis, MO
Fri. October. 14 - Jacksonville, FL
Sat. October 15 - Circle of Sisters
Sun October 16 - Chicago, IL
Sat. October 22 - St. Petersburg, FL
Sun. October 23 - South Haven MS
Wed. Oct. 26 - Dayton, OH
Fri. October 28 - Birmingham, AL
Sat. October 29 -Hampton, VA
November 21 – 27th - Australia
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Quincy Taylor Brown, (born June 4,1991) is an American R&B singer/songwriter/rapper who is more professionally known as Quincy. He is the son of 80's R&B singer, Al B. Sure and the adopted son of music and fashion mogul, Sean "Diddy" Combs. He was named after his godfather, the legendary Quincy Jones. Quincy was born in Manhattan, NY but was raised in Columbus, GA. He currently resides in Los Angeles. Being the son of a singer and growing up surrounded by different artists, Quincy was naturally expected to follow in his father's footsteps. Instead, he decided to try his hand at rapping and released the song "Da Fly Way" ft Yung Joc in 2008. It wasn't until his late grandmother told him "you have a voice" and that he "needed to sing" that he decided that to pursue singing. Quincy stated in The Harbor TV interview that it took him a while to pursue the singing because he was scared to let someone hear his voice because he wasn't even comfortable with himself. He has stated in interviews that his biggest musical influences are Biggie, Marvin Gaye, Al Green and Luther Vandross. Quincy's sound is a mix of Al B. Sure with a little bit of Drake.
Between 2009-2014, Quincy released his mixtape "Nothing Special" as well as songs, "Voicemail" and "Stay Awhile" ft Kendre which appeared on BET's 106 & Park. In December 2014, Quincy released "Friends First" ft French Montana which premiered on SKEETV and Power 106, is his second most successful song to date. Quincy has also performed overseas as well as in Canada. In April 2016, Quincy released the free rap track titled "Blue Dot" (ft electric guitarist, Xeryus Gittens) in which he talks about "topping off the night" with his dad's widely popular Ciroc vodka. Blue Dot is a change of pace from his other songs because of the electric guitar infusion. Quincy is currently working on his debut album which doesn't have a release date set and plans to go on tour. On June 24, 2016, he formally announced that he is now signed to Bad Boy/Epic Records.
Honesty was born April 11, 1989 in Miami, Florida and raised in the city of Atlanta, Georgia. She grew up with her brother and mother in a single parent household where soul music was always present in the home. Influenced by artists like Jill Scott, Billie Holiday and Amy Winehouse, Honesty manages to tell a different story than most from a city where southern hip-hop influence reins heavy. She is an artist with an enduring, deep dedication to lyrical sincerity and musical truthfulness. Her vivid imagery paints a picture that streams into your soul and breathes life into her words. She is a graduate of the prestigious Florida A&M University where she obtained her Bachelor's of Science degree in Music Industry, and was a part of the infamous Marching 100 band. Honesty recently obtained her Master's of Science degree in Entertainment Business from Full Sail University as well. Fusing her soulful background with her musical knowledge, she is currently working on her debut album, “Honesty Speaks”, set to release Spring 2017. There is no doubt that with her lustrous voice sweeping over melodic tones, Honesty is sure to have your feet tapping and fingers snapping for many years to come.
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