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Kendra Black is #Flyah

Emerging R&B singer, dancer and actress Kendra Black will be releasing her debut single "Tonight" on March 4 2015 in stores worldwide. Accompany the release will a release show 8pm March 4th, at Toshi's Living Room in the ecquisite Flat Iron Hotel in Midtown Manhattan featuring special guests lyricists Ty Alaxander and Cody Verbage, and a performance by NYC Pop Artist Lachi.
With emerging producers Lizz Miri Baby, Gabriele Plescia, Steve Sola from Plain Truth Studios, and Enrico Tiberi having a hand in "Tonight's production, along with the added lyrical spice of Ty Alaxandar and Cody Verbage, "Tonight" not only showcases Kednra's sultry voice, but also demonstrates a beautiful blend between Slow-Jam R&B and Commercial Hip Hop.
Having performed in France, Monte-Carlo, Italy,  Egypt, U.S. and the Caribbean, Kendra trained  and performed with teachers from the Music Conservatory of Cannes (France), and from The Giuseppe Verdi Conservatory in Milan.  She also joined Voice Academy NYC where she worked with Justin Stoney and A&R Meghan Cress.  And apart from producing her upcomming album "Call Me K" Kendra also has several film productions in the works including an amazing new reality series coming soon. In 2014, along with being featured in a Christmas Album by HawthplayRecords, she also featured in two Movie Projects: The Lucky Ones, directed and produced by Stephen Petrillo, and 9/11.
Keep an eye out for this triple threats latest single "Tonight" coming out in stores March 4 along with a release show the same night at 8pm at Toshi's Living Room. This is an event you don't want to miss!
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