Philadelphia-based multi-instrumentalist, composer, and producer Mervin Toussaint discusses his debut EP, “Another Name For Everything,” his artistic journey thus far, and so much more.
Jake Doe is an independent R&B artist from Lagos, Nigeria. When referencing his upbringing he explains, “it’s a lot harder out here compared to western countries—structure, government, the system is just messed up out here. Young people, youths, do not have the right platforms to use or to make good use of their creativity.” Despite this, his love for where he comes from isn’t diminished. He speaks boldly of the talent that the great continent of Africa possesses, “the world knows Africa for Afrobeats, but it’s not just Afrobeats… we can do almost anything.”
Mookie Tolliver is a rising R&B singer from Madison, Illinois. Coming off the release of his More About Love EP, he is at the top of his game musically. Mookie discusses his new EP, his musical influences, and the challenges of breaking into the mainstream music circuit.
Reggie Becton is an LA based R&B singer, originally from PG County, Maryland. In this interview he discusses relocating from PG County to Los Angeles, rewriting the narrative of masculinity, and his latest release, “Listenin”.
As the proud owner of 1SoundVibe Studios, one of the top ten studios in Houston, Lafayette Taylor’s love for music does include recording. This year he has released a string of singles including his biggest single to date, “FTSU.” He talks about his music, his studio, and working with 90’s R&B legends H-Town.
The Atlanta collective’s major label debut soundtracks 2020’s last leg and gifts the community a project with its heart truly in mind.