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A journey in Southern Soul music with singing Artist Mz Connie

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Born in Dallas, TX in 1965 to a couple of College Sweethearts.  Mz Connie started her love of music early. She used to sing for her Mom and friends at age 7at their parties, and wasn't shy about it either.  She later graduated from Arts Magnet Performing Arts Highschool in 1983 some years before Erykah Badu did as well. She went on to study Jazz Vocal, and Music Business @ Howard University in Washington,  DC.  At age 20 she was hired by blues singer Jesse James in Atlanta, Ga as a back up singer.  A year later she was introduced to Millie Jackson, and toured with her for 3 years. At age 24, she was hired by Al B Sure as a background Singer, to tour with him on the New Edition Heartbreak tour. 

Mz Connie signed with Motown Records in 1989, but the project unfortunately never prevailed. She stepped off the music scene  for awhile afterwards and got into the Makeup Industry, and worked on B.E. T's Comic View show as a Makeup  Artist. Mz Connie also worked behind the scene for a time as a Record Promoter for MCA Records, and she even worked in radio for a bit. When it comes to Music in this world. Mz Connie had definitely made it her business all the way around. A few years ago she was introduced to Southern Soul Music in Louisiana.  And she has indulged herself in it every since. Since 2017, she has released three singles, and they have definitely gotten the attention of DJ's and promoters in the industry around the world. Her latest released in November 2018 entitled " Neckbone Lady" which talks about a good relationship between a Man and a Woman, is steady saturating throughout the market. 

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