ARIKA KANE -
Frequency Magazine described Arika Kane's self–titled debut album as
“authentic soul.” Her hit single, Bcuz I Luv U, garnered radio airplay
and sizzled up the charts. Arika’s sophomore single, 4 The Lovers, is
swiftly taking over the airwaves and has the internet all abuzz about
this R&B songstress.
Arika was fascinated by music since she can remember. She grew up in
Connecticut in a close-knit musical family. Both of her parents are
musicians and her father is an accomplished songwriter. At the age of
ten, Arika confidently picked up a microphone and, since then, has yet
to put it down. "Music is my only true way of expression," says Arika
Kane. "I am willing to share all of myself through my music. There is
absolutely nothing that I would not write about because my experiences
are what led me to where I am today."
The album, ARIKA KANE, is already garnering praise. Hip Hop Weekly wrote
"Arika's debut album delivers a complete composition that will really
resonate with true music fans." CD Baby named Arika Kane as one of the
"hottest new up-and-coming artists to hit the music scene." From the
soulful Never Really Knew U to the playful Ring My Bell to the sorrowful
Why Did We Fall N Luv, the songs are a portal straight to Arika’s
thoughts and emotions, also featured on the album is a soulful rendition
of the Bobby Brown classic, Rock Witcha.
King & Deco -
In the age of solo artist, it’s rare to find young artist wanting to
collaborate to form original music. King and Deco have fused R&B
& Rap with sophisticated tracks to form their unique sound.
King and Deco come from backgrounds that are as similar as they are
different. Deco was born in Texas and moved to Stuttgart, Germany during
his earlier years. Born into a military family he moved to Columbus, GA
at the age 13 where he met King. Writing music since the age of twelve
and performing throughout the city
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