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Songwriter, Singer, & Producer Ayana Songstress released her highly anticipated Debut EP "Diamond in the Ruff" on May 29. While her single "Lost Yo Mind" did phenomenal over the last year in the DMV, the Songstress debut EP is one everyone of all ages can vibe too. The EP is an album from the heart that shares some stories about times in the Songstress life and relatable topics in the everyday life of both female and male. It also highlights her ability to write, produce, and sing! Ayana Songstress "Diamond in the Ruff" is the hottest R&B EP out of the DMV this year! Join us tonight, Thursday June 6th!!!
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Ayana Songstress is Washington DC's most anticipated PoP/R&B recording artist of 2013. From the age of 3, she sang in her church choir and would go on to perform in the Largo High School choir and band. At an early age, Ayana achieved stellar performances as an athelete and placed second in the nation in track and field. Ayana writes and produces her own music. She has opened for artists such as Sunni Mone, Raheem Devaughn and Yo Gotti. She recently performed for Fox5 TV, in the annual charity event to feed less fortunate families during the holidays. Her first single and video "Lost Yo Mind" was released 2012 on YouTube. Her second single "Miles Away" was released this summer. Ayana is now completing her EPK in anticipation of her upcoming album "Diamond in the Ruff" set for release in 2013. This very special entertainer is followed by over 6,000 followers on Twitter and over 68,000 on YouTube. She is a native Washingtonian, born and raised in NW Washington DC.
BTR family, join us at 8pm as we introduce to you... Ms. Ayana Songstress!!!
Hey there Tea Sippers! It is my esteemed pleasure to present to some and introduce to others a woman who has embodied the very essence of Resilience! The Incomparable, Tony Award Winning, Songstress Melba Moore with be Dishing Tea with Big Meach about how she persevered thru her ordeal in this business called show and how she has regained control of her life and her career. In addition, we will be introducing new music by this Dame and get really intimate with how she plans to coast her way thru this leg of her journey.
This is a Do Not Miss edition so make sure you bring all of your crumpets darlings cuz this Hot Pot of Tea is going to be Good!
Timotha Lanae is an American soul songstress, a dynamic dancer and an award winning theatrical performer who seamlessly joins together her passion for music and theater. Born and raised in Minneapolis, USA, Timotha Lanae is one of the most prominent and significant artists to emerge from the post – Prince era Minneapolis music scene.
Named after her father, Timothy, Timotha credits his rich musical collection as being responsible for her love of music. She grew up listening to her father’s music collection of 50’s legends, the Motown artists of the 60’s, the R&B/funk/gospel artists of the 70’s and the Minneapolis sound of the 80’s. The first track on her debut album RED, Smooth Music, describes her sound as “A touch of Jazz, R&B, Soul and Hip Hop too, I mix these all together to make my grooves…”.
Timotha Lanae wrote ten of the 12 songs on her debut album RED. RED is a two-part project that bridges the gap between the record industry and musical theater. Timotha Lanae drew inspiration from every day life to write her singles – Radio, Talkin’ To Myself, People Pleaser, Gettin’ To Know You and My Man. Please Pleaser reached number #6 on the UK Soul Charts. Timotha Lanae is the brainchild behind the concepts of her music videos. In the music videos for Talkin To Myself and People Pleaser, she bridges the gap between her love of theater and recording by incorporating her original musical REDdington into the storyline. She portrays herself in these videos, while also portraying, Eva Reddington, the main character from her original musical REDdington.
On a Special Edition of The Urban Woman Radio we will be chatting with one of the stars of the smash hit Motown the Musical. Krystal Joy Brown plays Diana Ross to a tee. She captures not only the diva qualities, but also the passionate and strong side of the legendary songstress.
Motown the Musical is a highly entertaining from the from the current rises to the grand finale.
Krystal Joy Brown is a soon to become a household name. She has starred in the Broadway Production of the hit show Rent. She has also appeared in Hair as well as Leap of Faith.
We will also discuss the less than smash hit movie Aaliyah Princess of R&B. The movie was not good at all. Alexandra Shipp is a beautfiul young lady but I am not reminded of Aaliyah when I look at her. The gentleman that played R. ea Kelly did not even resemble him. The only positive aspect was the depiction of Aaliyah's mother who seemed so supportive. Since she and her mother had such a close bond, it is important to show how her family reacted to her death. That did not happen. An hour was focused on the relationship between R. Kelly and 15 year old Aaliyah. They rushed through her later years. It would have been far more intreresting to see the weeks leading up to her ill fated trip to the Bahamas.
TyLeishia L. Douglass is a native of Baltimore Maryland and a voice of hopefor this generation. Douglass is an author, online radio talk host, promoter, public speaker and published author. TyLeishia is on a mission to encourage and empower others. Her imprint is embedded in the hearts of her short story readers.
One of her personal favorite mottos is, "Helping to make a difference one page at a time." TyLeishia earned publishing credits from "Student Life Magazine", was featured on LA Talk Live “Perspective’s Corner” with Rhona “Rho” Bennett and credits from the soul diva songstress and life coach and member of the group EnVogue (The Real Funky Diva’s). TyLeishia's poetry and comments are also featured on askrho.com. The Baltimore Times featured Douglass online as Indie Soul Entrepreneur of the Week which speaks of her writings and blogs as self-help tools which she shares worldwide. TyLeishia is poised to offer solace and confidence to motivate others in their personal struggles through the poignant story of the main character of her novel, "Jewels Declaring New Miracles." New books are underway and additional short stories by TyLeishia are available on Amazon.com, Kobo, Smashwords and Barnes & Noble’s. Douglass continue her education and aims to achieve and earn her AA Degree in Mass Production and Communications in hopes that her online blog radio talk show, “JOTU & GEMS” will take flight in a future worldwide televised broadcast which serves as a platform that supports all arts in and around communities.
Salme Dahlstrom, the Acid Cowgirl Licensing Queen returns with her electro pop dance music with a little supernatural touch for our Halloween show.. She is a one-woman dynamo with mass appeal in radio ready songs like "Superstar Car Crash" and tracks like "C'Mon Y'All" that are good sound and good fun. With songs on the Billboard Dance Chart and the Global Dance TraxTop 100, she never stops. And she brings us her newest album Pop Propagana 2. PP2 is full of hot summer music to keep your Halloween warm and maybe scare you a little with the high energy that only Salme can deliver.
Mallory Tunnel premieres her debut EP, Words on Music Friday this Halloween. She will release the unique piano infused electro pop album in two weeks and we have teh first first preview. Mallory is a natural born songwriter who did some profitable time in Nashville and now connects to her audience with punchy melodies and feel good declarations that aren’t quite so feel good on closer listening. She creates a sound that expertly mixes the two distinctly different aesthetics: delicious mainstream pop and introspective and sometimes really tough lyrics. This angelic looking songstress with a demonic side is scary fun and we get to talk with her on Halloween.
Recording artist, songwriter, minister, intercessor and worshipper Debra Price Born (Debra McKinney) February 28th, in Sylacauga , Alabama to Mrs. Mary McKinney and The late Mr. J D McKinney, Sr. Debra started singing at a very young age with her siblings. She brings a soulful, urban upbeat, jazzy worship blend of inspiring though provocating songs.
This anointed songstress, just completed her sophomore album titled "Transform Me, The Soul of a Woman". Where she relates to woman the importance of knowing who you are and valuing the daughter you were created to be. This year has been such an amazing year for Debra she has found her true voice and she is letting the world hear it. Debra is a talented songwriter, motivational speaker and savvy business woman for Christ Jesus. In 2011 Debra released her highly rated new album “Set Me Free”. The album includes the hit single “Set Me Free” produced by Priceless Productions Inc. (PPI) Featuring CEO and Founder of PPI T-WON aka Tha Gospel Godfatha.
Lady Debra has received rave reviews by The Urban Inspirational Awards and The Inferno Urban Music Society as one if the best Rhythm and Praise artist. she was honored with two awards for "Set Me Free" album from “Atlanta's Inferno Awards Show. She received "Rhythm & Praise Artist” and “Best Praise Banger”. Lady Price has graced the stage along side of Gospel Great Mrs. Shirley Caesar. Debras' gifts are making room for her and taking her before great people. This 2013 Debra has been featured on "Dream Out Loud", and "Long Life Radio as well as her song "I Need You" featured in the Major Movie "Fatherless"
Love can be empowering. In a world were everything is regulated, ruled out, quantified, and capitilized upon. LOVE can truly make you feel free. For some though, LOVE is a trap. The power of the feelings and words snare people into negative behavior or have them in very unhealthy situations. Is there a period where you can work on someones draining ways before they take you down and catch you into their LOVE TRAP? What would do you do for love and what needs to be done out of love? If you ever felt love's power or love's trap call 3234100036 @ 11pm est on the 23rd and we will discuss it.
World renowned healer/author Master Yao returns with his exclusive segment on 2RAW4TV "Master Feminine" to talk tantra, black vs white sex magic, and new books
Creative songstress MaryAnn also joins us to talk hip hop, the new R&B, and how she stays consistent.
Meet #TheCypher at the intersection of ARTISTRY & CULTURE as they discuss some of the most pressing issues in our society, nothing is off limits! Also be on watch out for special guests. This week the crew welcomes lyricist/songstress the beautiful Tamara Bubble to the show! We will be discussing her music, what she thinks of the current state of the music industry, and more! DO NOT MISS IT!!! 818-495-6975 #TheCorner
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