Dj Khaled’s We The Best Music released new music from the labels first lady Steph Lecor titled “Saturday” and it is something that just might turn the clubs upside down this summer.
It is bold, independent and something for the ladies. The 808’s kick nicely. Her voice isn’t annoying which many people complain about when it comes to females emcees. But one thing that stood out to us was something she posted up on her social media lately.
Now anyone who has pursued something wholeheartedly knows that some friends just can’t hold on for the ride. Not everyone understands the sacrifices that have to be made or the fact that you have commitments outside of them. But what we do know is how fast they come back once you do reach that level of success. Our advice to Ms. Lecor is to keep her circle small, nose to the grindstone and we are almost positive this young, bright star will come out on TOP! We look forward to what she has in store. We welcome the First Lady of We The Best to #FemaleFlow!
Let’s help her get her followers up >> follow this sassy artist on TWITTER!
Gaelle claims Atlanta, GA as her home but born in NJ this singers cool vibe is just what you need to play on a hot summer night. The whole album is amazing but the song “Rain” which we discovered off Pandora is what we call “just right”. She claims Electronic, Soul & Pop as her genres and stated she was influenced by the likes of Patti Labelle, Radiohead, Portishead, Cocteau Twins, Peter Gabriel, Sting, Sade, Bjork, Duran Duran, Prince, and Hugh Masekela. For those who love vinyl you can purchase this track now at Discogs.
From VP Records out of FL and Jamaica is Etana latest video “I Rise” directed by Scorpio21. She chose the name Etana, which means ‘the strong one’ in Swahili; her strength was manifested, this time around, by pursuing a musical career strictly on her own terms. Etana’s elegantly modest Rasta-chic sartorial style is as distinctive as her sound: an audacious fusion of folk, soul, jazz and reggae supporting a powerful vocal range suggestive of the ancestral spirit of South Africa’s Miriam Makeba, the regality of reggae queen Marcia Griffiths and the soulful verve of Etta James. “I looked at how women were being represented in (Jamaican) music and how little girls think that is the way it is supposed to be, and I wanted to be a positive influence and change some of the things they are taught,” Etana reflected. Etana has also been an advocate and activist for impoverished children in Jamaica and battered girls through her charity organization the “JUST ONE FOUNDATION”. Etana has been actively offering her services and time to various charity organizations in Jamaica, raising funds toward alleviating the problem of poverty in Jamaican garrison communities. A true ambassador for Reggae music and female in the music industry, she is relentless in spreading her message of “unconditional love” through positive music with the hope of uplifting her audience from any situation that render them weak or hopeless. Prepare yourself for the Etana Experience!