Zen, a new R&B artist bringing you the lyrics you want to hear. Zen, is a writer as well as a vocalist who's gifted. Zen is writing about this young lady in his life who does not know how much she means to him. When you hear Zen you will his style will bring you into a zone you want to live in. Check out my interview with Zen...
Indo Da Prince a great artist who has changed his life from one way to another. When you change your life and everything looks to be going wrong that's when life takes over and lead you out of the wilderness.
Award-winning Christian artist Rahn Anthoni took the international press and airwaves by storm with 2017’s most inspirational track, “I’ll Trust You.” The song earned him a Radio Music Award and an Indie Music Channel Award, and numerous other accolades, including the Man-Up Award, for his charity work. Rahn’s history with inspirational music has helped him develop a positive relationship with God and the world of song. Despite the heartbreaking circumstances surrounding the death of his special needs son, Aaron Hatcher, Rahn has been able to turn tragedy to triumph, delivering a message of hope and love to the masses.Encouraged by the support the country music world showed his r&b-flavored music, Rahn has returned with an ambitious new “country soul” tune, that’s reminiscent of Darius Rucker, Charley Pride and other soulful country artists. “Highway” was written by Rahn, and it tells of his journey from tragedy to triumph, looking back on the story of his life. It will be released on MTS Records in January 2018. Watch the video for “Highway” at https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=WlfkgjnU0ms.Rahn Anthoni hails from a small town in Florida, now living in Atlanta.. Growing up, he got his first break singing back-up for “The Song Bird Of The South” Dottie Peoples
Rahn Anthoni Interviews The Legendary Jesse James (I Can Do Bad By Myself)
Check out Rahn Anthoni as he interviews Jesse James (Mr. I Can Do Bad By Myself) Jesse James is a legend Most sources state that he was born in El Dorado, Arkansas, but in one interview he gave his home state as nearby Louisiana. He moved to the Bay Area in California as a young child. In his late teens, while working in a chemical factory, he began singing in nightclubs in Richmond, and was given his stage name by a compere who struggled to announce his real name.Initially credited as Jessie James, he recorded several singles in the early 1960s on the Shirley label before moving to the Hit label where some of his recordings featured guitar by Sly Stewart (later Sly Stone). His first commercial success came in 1967 when one of his recordings for Hit, "Believe In Me Baby", was reissued by 20th Century Fox Records, and reached #42 on the Billboard R&B chart and #92 on the pop chart. The song was credited to Jesse James & the Dynamic Four, was produced by Jesse Mason Jr., and was co-written by James with Sugar Pie DeSanto, Shena Demell, and Jesse Anderson.Later recordings for 20th Century Fox, to which he was signed by Hosea Wilson, failed to chart, but he released a self-titled LP on the label in 1968, also produced by Mason. After one single on Uni, he set up his own label, Zea, distributed by Roulette Records. His first single for the new label, the self-penned "Don't Nobody Want To Get Married", reached #18 on the R&B chart in 1970, and its follow-up, "I Need You Baby", reached #47 R&B. After Zea's distribution deal ended, he re-launched the label as Zay, and had another R&B hit (#25) with his version of "At Last", arranged and produced by Willie Hoskins and previously a hit for Etta James. In 1974, he returned to the 20th Century label, and the following year had a minor R&B hit (#73) with "If You Want a Love Affair".He continued to record for various labels through the 1970s and 1980s, and his final chart success came in 1987, when "I Can Do Bad By Myself", on the TTED label, reached #61 on the R&B chart. He released one album on TTED, It Takes One To Know One (credited to Mr. Jessie James), followed by several on Gunsmoke, for whom he signed in 1988. His first album on Gunsmoke, I Can Do Bad By Myself (1988), included a collaboration with Harvey Scales, and was followed by Looking Back (1990). He has continued to release albums on Gunsmoke, including Operator Please Put Me Through (1993), It Just Don't Feel The Same (1997), Versatility (1998), It's Not So Bad After All (2006), Get In Touch With Me (2009), Do Not Disturb (2012), and I Lost My Baby On Facebook (2014).