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Surviving the test of time, Anthony Hamilton will soon gift his fans with yet another compilation baring his heart and soul. Millions across the globe have bought his albums, falling deeply in love with raw, passionate notes that tell a story so familiar that it belongs to us all. His new album, “What I’m Feelin’,” merges a life-long journey with a musical evolution that never once sacrifices his roots.

This spiritual vessel takes nothing for granted and believes that his “heaven sent” talent results from God’s plan for his life. He continues to grow while always focusing on what fans want. “There are slight shifts you can make but you just can’t leave the people,” he said. “If we gon’ ride together, we gon’ ride together.” And oh what a ride it has been.

Grammy nominated singer Angie Stone is one of those artists with a Midas touch. Her buttery smooth honey-toned pipes, undeniable gritty soulfulness and epic songwriting talents have been called upon by everyone from Mary J. Blige, Stevie Wonder, D'Angelo, Alicia Keys and Lenny Kravitz, to name a few. Rolling Stone Magazine once declared, "When soul music was in the lost and found, she came along to claim it." It is this belief that has made Stone the go-to woman for three different record labels when they were creating a new sound and vision. A legend in this tough business, Angie Stone stands in a class by herself. In September 2015 BET/CENTRIC made Stone the focus of their acclaimed being artist profile series, capturing just how amazing this dynamic’s life and career has been.

Lyfe Jennings is an R&B and soul singer-songwriter, record producer, and instrumentalist. He plays the guitar, bass, and piano which he integrates into his music. In January 2003, he performed in Harlem at the Showtime at The Apollo. The same year, he also independently released his first EP, What Is Love. To further pursue his career, Jennings moved to New York City where he performed at rapper Nelly’s concert at Radio City Music Hall, at an NAACP convention. He signed with Columbia Records and released his debut album Lyfe 268-192 in August 2004. His first single was Stick Up Kid, which didn’t see much sucess until after the album was released. The album featured his hit single “Must Be Nice”. Jennings’ second album The Phoenix was released in August 2006. The first single, “S.E.X.”, features Jennings’ protégé, singer LaLa Brown.
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