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Meet Neo-Soul and R&B-Inspired Artist, Liz Vaughn

Liz Vaughn

Liz Vaughn – vocalist, songwriter and arranger creates an exotic blend of Neo-Soul, gospel, music circuit for over a decade with her unique approach to live music by fusing genres and popular melodies to form the “Liz Vaughn Experience.”

Mrs. Vaughn was a background vocalist for Regina Bell for over 8 years, traveling to places such as South Africa, Japan and several islands in the Caribbean, building a national and international fan base for herself. Vaughn’s resume includes background and recording jobs with Beyonce Knowles, Leela James, Mint Condition’s Stokely Williams, and Bilal. Liz also participated at the 2014 NAACP National Convention in Las Vegas for a Quincy Jones tribute. There she sang background for Angie Stone, Ledisi, and Ruben Studdard. Mrs. Vaughn returned the NAACP National Convention in 2015 to sing background for Eddie Levert, Chrisette Michele, Eric Benet and Kirk Whalum. She has also lent her talents to gospel phenomena Kurt Carr, Bishop Paul S. Morton, Smoky Norful, legendary Tramaine Hawkins and even on the Grammy-winning song , “Just Wanna Say” written and performed by Israel Houghton and New Breed. Vaughn’s talent isn’t limited to the “mic” but also to the “stage” as she co-starred in “Sunday” (Corey King, 2007) the musical headlined by Stellar Award-winning Dwayne Woods in Houston, TX.

Undeniably charismatic and passionate, one will find that Liz Vaughn’s artistry engages storytelling melodies and provocative rhythms that keep listeners seeking for more. Vaughn can often be seen live at Houston’s premier live venues within the area. Enjoy, express and envelope the “Liz Vaughn Experience.”

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Meet Gifted Hip Hop Artist Boxx-A-Million

Born Connis Paul Landry, Boxx-A-Million, is an emcee New Orleans (9th ward & Westbank) native that currently resides in Charlotte, North Carolina. Although a ¼ owner of Indie label Viet 9 Entertainment, LLC and member of super group, New Orleans Bomb Squad (founded by DJ Ice Mike 1200). He is also a self-contained, managed, and distributed solo artist. Boxx-A-Million brings his 20 plus year experience as a seasoned artist, producer, and performer to the forefront of the independent music scene.

He is mostly known for his lyricism, intricate rhyming patterns, and ability to adapt to various sub-genres within Hip-Hop. He is also a skilled vocalist in Reggae (Roots & Dancehall) & Rock and Roll (Mostly Alternative & Contemporary). Under a different pseudonym (Mighty Lion EyE) he has co-produced and produced for himself and various indie artists in different regions and countries. He’s highly noted as a top feature when concerning collaborations with other artist, and has been featured on numerous songs for mixtapes and official albums dating from the 1990s until present day.

Boxx-A-Million has performed from the smallest night clubs to being an opening act and/or hype man to independent and nationally syndicated artist either through association or placement. From his hands-on experience, music industry studiousness, and formal education dealing with the workings of business, marketing, and innovation he has allowed himself to reinvent his brand, also expanding his target markets and mediums. In addition to his accomplishments, he currently has fifteen projects released (solo & group) over a two-decade span.

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Meet Milerin

At only twelve years old, Milerin has earned a reputation as one of the most promising young voices in Afrobeats music today.  The UK based young singer/songwriter has shown an uncanny ability to tap into the conscience of his generation and translate their dreams into an irresistible sound.  Now, as he prepares to make his official debut, Milerin is set to take his place as one of the torchbearers of Afrobeats for a new generation.

Milerin was born into a musical family.  His natural talent for melody made itself apparent very early in his life.  At only eight years old, he began writing his first songs.  While they weren’t masterpieces, they did show the knack for emotionally compelling storytelling that would come to define his career.  With a little guidance from his father, Milerin spent most of his youth evolving from an intriguing young talent into a can’t miss soon-to-be star.

In late 2020, Milerin began putting his plans into motion.  To say that the results have a bright future would be an understatement.  He may be young, but Milerin is that rare generational talent who seems to have been born with abilities that others can only dream of.

Milerin’s first official releases are expected in early 2021.  Never mind the advanced melodics sensibilities, each track contains wisdom well beyond the singer’s years.  For lovers of Afrobeats and music in general, Milerin represents the birth of a new generation of forward-thinking artists.  With any luck, he will be a major player in the industry for years to come.

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John “FEELSOUL” Futrell is a songwriter, producer, rapper, composer and poet amongst other things from New Jersey. He has been professionally making music for 6 years. He is the owner of which he hopes to distribute exclusive music, clothing, merchandise and short films.
John start his career as part of the now-defunct Guttah State Records. John was the video editor, President and an artist on GSR. He also handled the design and creation of the website and other creative duties.

Then in 2012 co-founded Really Right Productions, as a producer with SkotPhree another producer.
John has published books, films and more. He was able to build a strong potential following through his former website in which he hosted a podcast, and uploaded 40 plus EPS and mixtapes. John has designed countless merchandise, sneakers, banners and all of his cover art.

But John decided he needed a change. He had a publishing deal with SUGO Music Group which taught him plenty of lessons. He no longer is a part of their roster. John was even part of The Private project by GOOD Music’s Malik Yusef, unfortunately things didn’t work out. After receiving consultation from Keith Clizark he changed his approach to music and business.

He holds degrees in Liberal Arts and Social Humanities, Sociology and a Masters in Sociology. All of these things is what makes John “FEELSOUL” Futrell the artist he is.

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