Nigerian-American Artist Tunji is a Ladybrille Artist to Watch. Tunji is known more as a blogger and record “label dude.” But, he is also blessed with the gift of music. He was in a group called Inverse and has now recorded his first solo record. His single ‘Towards the Future[...]
The nonprofit National Theater in London has announced it will undertake the production of the new broadway musical “Fela!” this November 2010. The National Theater typically produces its own plays, musicals and revivals. The Theater’s interest in Fela! is according to its leaders based on the fact that it is unlike[...]
Grammy-winning R&B and pop superstar Kelly Rowland has confirmed her collaboration to sing with Africa’s top artists in a single titled ‘Everywhere You Go’, for AFRICA’s first 2010 FIFA World Cup. The confirmation came via South Africa’s respected music executive and woner of AS Entertainment, Anos Stella. African artists that will collaborate[...]
Known for her stage presence and strong live performances, Lami Phillips is a Neo-Soul, Afro-pop singer and songwriter to watch in 2010. “Put me with a live band and I forget everything around me,” exclaims Lami to Ladybrille Magazine. “I love and live music. I love the spontaneity and the[...]
‘Intution’ by Lami Phillips is one of those rare albums that seem to just appear and you wonder, “where did this come from?” Sixteen tracks, solid production, strong lyrics, strong vocals with diverse styles ranging from hip-hop, spoken word, pop, soft rock and melodious ballads, it seems too good to[...]
“I feel like Obama,” is how Kevin Chuwang described his feeling after he was pronounced winner of $200,000 Big Brother Africa Revolution Reality Show. The twenty seven year old entertainer who hails from Jos, Plateau State (Northern) Nigeria had 45% of the votes to win from across the African continent.
Artist: Jose Chameleone Real Name: Joseph Mayanja Origin: Uganda Awards: Kora Awards (2003-4), Tanazania Music Awards (2004-06), 2007 MTV Europe Music Awards, Best African Act, Pearl of Africa Music Awards (2003-2006)
R & B Norwegian-Eritrean singer Winta Efrem Negassi burst on the music scene in 2003 and Eritrea, Norway and the music industry as a whole went crazy about the talented sexy singer and songwriter! Winta, however, had education at the forefront of her mind. In 2006, she took a break[...]
“At the age of five, Elsa began producing music through singing and song memorization; music became a curious happiness and would always remain a critical verse in her life. Raised in Toronto, Canada Elsa was musically influenced by a variety of genre’s and styles which in return allowed her to[...]
From where twelve time Grammy winner Alicia Keys currently sits, life is great! So great, she wants to share it with her fans. Keys has just launched a competition that allows fans to be one of her five travel buddies on her trip to Africa next year, 2010. If you[...]
December 1st, 2009, Alicia Keys celebrated World AIDS Day with a grand concert in New York at the Nokia Theatre. Her concert took fans down her beautiful music memory lane with her performance of hits like ‘No One,’ ‘Fallin’ and ‘A Woman’s Worth.’ The event which was streamed live on You Tube reached[...]
Good news for music lovers worldwide! Sade Audu, the woman who gave us ‘Sweetest Taboo,’ ‘Your Love is King,’ ‘Smooth Operator’ and ‘No Ordinary Love,’ among many hits, has recently announced an upcoming release of ‘Soldier of Love,’ her latest album, worldwide, on February 8th, 2010.
For many of us in the USA, Thanksgiving, only two days away, is a time to gather with loved ones, enjoy great food, loads of laughter and thank God/the powers that be for keeping us safe and healthy, so far. For Florida based singer/songwriter Alache, Thanksgiving indeed embodies these warm[...]
Whitney, Whitney, Whitney! Boy has she come a long way like she sang last night at the 2009 American Music Awards? Who would have tonk it that Whitney Houston would travel the road she has? Anyway, she has come full circle and it was really nice to see her on[...]