log on today and listen to my interview with R&B singer Wiston Worrior.
What began a year ago as Winston’s rebirth has now brought him full circle as he is once again an emerging artist. This time, however, he is wiser and in complete control of his artistic vision. No longer a teenage singer, Winston is more mature. The sound of his music harkens back to the sounds of one-name legends like Luther, Freddie, Teddy, Barry, and Donny. Winston’s music is a fusion of smooth hip hop beats and harmonic R&B themes, coined by him as “Vintage R&B”. His music pays tribute to the feel-good R&B and soul music of the late 80’s and 90’s, but with the edginess of today’s production creativity that will be supplied by collaborations with various producers including Don Vito and Sean McMillion from Don Vito Productions (DVP) and Selasi “The African Kid”. Atlanta-based producer, Don Vito, widely known for work with Ciara, Cherish, Jagged Edge, Bow Wow, Omarion, and Yung Joc, to name a few, was an early believer and advocate of Winston’s objective. DVP’s cross genre adaptability and trendsetting sounds will undoubtedly add a cutting-edge element to Winston’s project, which is scheduled for an early 2011 release.
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