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The Total Tutor Neil Haley will interview Kristinia DeBarge. She will discuss her career and latest projects.
She was the main opening act on Britney Spears' Circus Tour a few years back and her first single Goodbye has sold 2 million copies to date. Her most recent single Let Go featuring Redrama (SONY) went to #1 in Finland. In June, she'll be performing on the main stage at LA Pride (prior to Danity Kane taking the stage) and has a lot of momentum gearing up for the fall that include collaborations and interest from record labels.
Kristinia is also an actress. She was casted as the lead female, Anastasia, on School Dance -- a film written and directed by Nick Cannon. This film stars George Lopez, Wilmer Valderrama, Kevin Hart, Bobb'e J Thompson, Mike Epps, Amber Rose, The Rangers. Lionsgate will be releasing it on DVD in July.
El DeBarge Jr., namesake of the famous Motown singer El DeBarge, has released his first solo EP album on Industry Family Entertainment. The EP record is titled “The Lion's Den” and is a collection of original R&B and modern-soul tracks both written and performed by El DeBarge, Jr. “The Lion's Den” is an expertly executed, tastefully composed record that is sure to solidify young DeBarge as one of the year's most important up-and-coming R&B artists.
The main feature of the extended-play album is El DeBarge, Jr., himself. He is best classified as a singer, rather than merely a vocalist, a distinction that will set him apart from many modern performers of the R&B genre today. His voice and style are crisp, clean, and natural like his father's, though much more sonorous and soulful. His lyrical content tends mainly toward the romantic, though he has penned lines on several other topics in the past. His music has deep, snappy groove and tasteful melody lines. His rhythms take their cue from the best Motown artists of the late seventies and early eighties. While DeBarge Jr. definitely fits in with contemporary R&B singers such asBabyface or Chris Brown, he exudes a level of class and finesse more akin to Marvin Gaye, or even Al Green.
The “Lion's Den” EP is not his only recent activity, however, as he has also released a new video for his single, “Shawty R U OK.” The video, like the track itself, as well as the entirety ofDeBarge's material, showcases DeBarge's professional-yet-unpretentious demeanor
Etterlene "Bunny" DeBarge Bio (born March 15, 1955) is an American soulsinger-songwriter, best known as the lone female sibling of the Motown family group DeBarge. She is also best known as the lead vocalist behind the classic R&B ballad, "A Dream" from the group's In a Special Way album and is also the co-writer of the group's 1982 breakthrough hit, "I Like It" and the number-one hit, "Time Will Reveal".
Best-Selling Author, Win Kelly Charles welcomes the beautiful and talented Bunny DeBarge-Knight to the program today. Bunny is the author of the inspirational autobiography, The Kept Ones Vol. 1, which is the definitive story of the DeBarge family and the world that made them, as told through her eyes. Yes, Bunny DeBarge was the lone female member of the exciting Motown singing group DeBarge! Win Kelly invited you to connect @ www.authorwincharles.com and YOU are ready to be a guest, email her firstname.lastname@example.org and put GUEST in the subject line, we will get right back to you. FOLLOW this program @ www.blogtalkradio.com/wcawomanwithcp
Etterlene "Bunny" DeBarge is a singer-songwriter, best known as the lone female in the 80's Motown family super group, DeBarge. She is the lead vocalist behind the classic R&B ballad, "A Dream" from the group's In A Special Way album. Bunny has written and co-written many hits with her brothers; as well as produced and co-produced many hits with brother El DeBarge, most notably the group's 1982 breakthrough hits, "I Like It" and the number-one hit, "Time Will Reveal."
Although many have speculated on what has happened with the family, Bunny unselfishly gives the details and explains the roller coaster ride and price of fame. Currently in the midst of completing 2 newly reedited editions of her books, The Kept Ones: Volume I & Volume 2, Bunny details the definitive story of the DeBarge family as told through her eyes; from their spectacular rise to the top of R & B music royalty, their fall from grace, to their reemerging careers. In addition, Bunny is set to release a dynamic new music album simply entitled, Renewal. As well as, embarking on a nationwide motivational speaking tour aptly called the "Walk It Out" Tour. By "walking it out" and following God's will for her life, she's ready to share her overcoming, powerful life testimony with the world.
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Author/Singer and Song Writer Bunny Debarge
Bunny DeBarge was in the R&B/pop group DeBarge from Grand Rapids, MI. The group DeBarge, which was formed in 1978 as the Debarges and signed to Motown in 1979. All of the group's releases were on the Motown subsidiary Gordy label. Bunny can be heard on the group's LPs: The Debarges (issued March 1981 and included the singles "I Like It," number two R&B for four weeks; "All This Love," number five R&B; and "I Like It," number two R&B for four weeks), In a Special Way (1983, included "Time Will Reveal," number one R&B for five weeks), and Rhythm of the Night (1985, included "Rhythm of the Night," which was written by Diane Warren and is from the movie soundtrack to Berry Gordy's The Last Dragon, and was number one R&B and number three pop in early 1985, and "Who's Holding Donna Now," number two R&B for four weeks, number six pop in summer 1985). In 1987 when her brothers left Motown she stayed and had a Top 20 R&B hit first time out as a solo artist with "Save the Best for Me (Best of Your Lovin')." She also co-wrote DeBarge's number one R&B hit "Time Will Reveal," their hit "I Like It," as well as "Let's Spend the Night" and "I Still Believe" for her own In Love LP. In 2008 she wrote the tells all book The Kept Ones which allowed readers to travel with her down the deep dark road to Motown Records and her experience with sexual abuse, drug abuse, racial bias and physical abuse. She is currently set to re-release the book sometime this year.
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