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Sassy Singz (Now on iTunes)

 




Award Winning Miami-based Singer/Songwriter SassySingz flaunts powerhouse vocals and highly sought after songwriting skills. In a time when studio produced talent runs rampant, SassySingz represents unquestionable talent. Influenced by artists such as Chaka Khan, Shirley Caesar, Karen Clarke Sears and Gladys Knight, SassySingz seduces the audience with an authentic, captivating R&B sound that true music lovers have come to miss. Her range combined with relatable lyrics and soulful sounds draws listeners into a world of bliss. Performing internationally for audiences of 1,000+ people, SassySingz has opened for celebrities such as Marsha Ambrosius, Bobby V., Elle Varner, Kindred Family Soul and Trina.

Overflowing with innovation and creativity, SassySingz is in the studio brewing a sexy, funky sound bringing a much needed freshness to R&B. Working on her third album, she’s bringing the raw, uncut story of SassySingz; her struggles, her pain, her love life, her victories, all of what makes her who she is today.

With a renewed passion for life and music, SassySingz’s joy and love for life are infectious. Her lyrics are relatable and real. Set to a new age sound, expect a fusion of old school and new school – Hip Hop, R&B, and Electronica with a 90s twist. Every heart will be touched, every person inspired, every music lover will make this a favorite.

As a songwriter, SassySingz has written original music for her projects as well as others.  She wrote and produced her first independent single, “True Love” in collaboration with producer DaHaitian Kidd in 2009. To keep the momentum going, she collaborated with DJ Big Ben to produce “Maybach Miami,” an ode to her hometown which received significant rotation at local radio stations.

Released in 2011, SassySingz executive produced her first mixtape, “The Threat.” She has also written the hook for Young Funzy on “Out the Ghetto,” and co-written “Going Crazy” with Vulcha Smooth. SassySingz’s last project, The Revival: R&B is Not Dead, was her tribute to R&B.

Building a powerful reputation for herself, SassySingz has received numerous accolades. She was named Miami Garden’s 2011 Breakout Artist and was the recipient of the “2011 Florida Next Big Thing” award for R&B Soul Singer of the year. She most recently won Best Female R&B artist of 2012 at the Best in Florida Awards. Belvit Jordan, Founder of “Save the Twinz”: Live Pink! Breast Cancer Organization, chose one of SassySingz’s original songs, “Ultimate Fear,” to be the organization’s theme song. Stay tuned for the revealing of the “new” SassySingz, going beyond her best!

Learn more about SassySingz online at www.SassySingz.com, www.Reverbnation.com/SassySingz; and Facebook, Instagram, and Twitter at @SassySingz.



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