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Brenda Moss

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Live Radio online Interviews with Musicians/Singers/Songwriters -- MUSIC GENRES in R/B, JAZZ, GOSPEL, HIP-HOP, RAP-, POP, BLUES, INDIE MUSIC, SOUTHERN SOUL, COUNTRY-SOUL I am 'Lady Diva' your THE HOST WITH THE MOST podcast showcase

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Rina Chanel blends R&B with Jazz, then switches to Pop before relaxing into the sweetest Gospel Her talent and precision flirt with the powerful icons of the blues. Her skillful songwriting and vocal delivery supply a classic take and usher in the future of R&B. This songstress is skillful songwriting and vocal delivery supply a classic take and ushers in the future of R&B. When Bennie Pearce, producer, lyricist, and musician met Rina Chanel, magic exploded poised for stardom. When Bennie Pearce, producer, lyricist, and musician met Rina Chanel, magic exploded into the music industry. Phillie-BOP Productions launched the first international release, ?Worthy?, a debut hit single. The single earned the #1 position on the charts. The partnership followed up with ?More Than Enough?, ?Made? and ?Sweetest of Melody', all #1 on various charts. An ?excellent pairing?, the artists are set to conquer with a new release. Born in Brooklyn, New York, and reared in Virginia Beach, Rina Chanel was raised to know good music. A prodigy, her natural ability made her a stand-out vocalist in many styles from R&B and swing to pop, and ensemble. She learned to sing in French, German, Italian, and Czech while attending Radford University on a music scholarship. During her university time, she honed her skills in acting, theater, opera, and musical theater. Her unmistakable voice helped others excel, as it evolved into the perfection of today's Rina Chanel, powerhouse vocals, produced by Bennie Pearce. This showcase will be playing Chanel's new single '"je ne sais quoi"
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This radio interview with Maysa will be my 5th showcase with her. Maysa is the kind of singer who takes hold of a song and enraptures her audience in the palm of her hands, as she delivers lyrics, phrases, melodies, and harmonies in a... more

Myrix Media Group CEO and music producer Reginald L. Myricks aka Regi Myrix have always had a love for music. His father played the guitar in the household and at age 14, he took up the guitar where he played local gigs in New Jersey.... more

Castella is a soul singer… she sings music that reaches your soul! Castella is all of that!! Jazz, R&B, and Gospel rolled up into one. Many of her influences were powerful singers like Phyllis Hyman, Sarah Vaughn, Daryl Coley, Vanessa... more

Trombonist Hank Bilal was born in Winnsboro, South Carolina into a musical family where his uncles on his mother's side all played instruments and his father played drums professionally. Hank Bilal started in church, in the youth choir.... more

Ben ?Bjἁmin? Tate is a gifted musician, talented Song Writer, vocalist and a slamming D.J. He is a native Memphian, that Graduated from Yo! Memphis Academy and has intense involvement in the Memphis Music Scene including... more

TruSoul Davis is an up/coming R/B artist hailing from Cleveland, Ohio. Davis discovered a love for music at a young age, singing in local choirs in his youth. In his later years, he began to take music more seriously. Honing in on his gifts,... more

50 years ago in Rochester, New York is now coming into fruition. Atlanta-based R&B/Soul singer, Roger Hill is set to release his debut album in early 2022. The ?feel good? singer's sound reflects his love for classic r&b, jazz, and soul. The... more

Alston became a member of Taxi which is an A&R synchronization licensing company. After a year and a half of diligence, I've reached a total of over a million plays and views on NumberOneMusic.com. Alston has worked with individuals... more

John THE VISIONIST started writing poems instead of songs at the age of 5 yrs. old. At that time he sold it for 100 dollars so that in which it gave the confidence to start writing music to beats and use music as therapy to deal with everyday... more

When most kids are barely able to speak, little Margo Thunder was singing back to any song she heard on the radio.... Hailing from Boston, MA, one of nine children and raised by a single mom, Mother Margaret believed in her little girl... more

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