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iTunes 1990s Music Curated by Natalie

 

 

 

 

While Derek Lam is Having a fashion presentation at my full time job I am enjoying my day off and creating my 1990’s playlist!  Click the provided link to download what I curated! https://itunes.apple.com/us/playlist/luxshop4u-90s-joint/pl.u-JPAZE89CLko6bN

Let me know what your favorite songs from the 1990’s were!

 

 

Services

 

Hello,

Thank you for finding my website, now that you are here, let me know how my talents may assist you with yours!  My clients past and present range from actors, artists, executives, high profile, royalty etc. *Non disclosure clients cannot be listed!

Services that I provide:

Wardrobe Styling

Music videos, photoshoots, red carpet events, Grammys, movie premieres, music album cover and promotional tour photos concert tours, everyday wardrobe.

Campaigns

New music interviews, new and current movie/tv roles interviews, petitioning major labels, magazines and government to honor past icon that resulted in four proclamations.

Book me:

Natalie@Luxshop4u.com

CreatorofLuxshop4u@gmail.com

Celebrating The Creator of Luxshop4u

I was recently celebrated in the Boston Voyager for The Thought-Provokers: Celebrating Artists & Creatives article.  I hope that you enjoy it.

 

 

Today we’d like to introduce you to Natalie Mason Creator of Luxshop4u.

Natalie, please kick things off for us by telling us about yourself and your journey so far.

Forward by International singer and co founder Belinda Munro of Jazz Houston.

“Natalie is a highly celebrated Stylist, and Luxury Personal Shopper amongst those in the know! Born and raised in Toronto, Canada, Natalie’s discerning eye and love for fashion developed at a young age, when she would outfit her friends for their local performances. After leaving Canada and heading stateside, Natalie set her sights on a career as a fashion stylist. Natalie prefers to remain behind the scenes of many of her clients past and present, however her work has since been seen on countless stages, newsstands, events and red carpets.

She is often called upon to contribute her sought-after opinion to articles and feature stories thru ghost-writing, managing social media accounts, or lending her ear to Artists for PR.
With her keen eye for detail and fresh approach to styling, Natalie’s ability to simultaneously predict trends, and transcend them, has solidified her presence in this ever-changing entertainment industry.”

 

Can you give our readers some background on your art?

I am an award winning veteran luxury stylist with years of experience trained by the best in the fashion and fragrance industry and leading luxury retailers. I share what I know to your favorite people daily. I own a company Luxshop4u where I am booked for freelance styling services. I travel often and work with notable creatives from choreographers, photographers, singers and musicians. I sometimes lend my music ear to a Grammy nominated artist, ghost write and manage social media accounts and promote independent artists on my website https://luxshop4u.com
The message of my work is to enjoy each moment of the process and love what you do. I love to collaborate with others and due to the influx of questions that I receive on my instagram page @Luxshop4u I am available to host, make personal appearances for fashion and motivational events contact me to discuss fees.

What responsibility, if any, do you think artists have to use their art to help alleviate problems faced by others? Has your art been affected by issues you’ve concerned about?

No, I think that the role of the artist is just as important today as it was yesterday. Artist’s always have a way of expressing the truth, they have an ability to create change, freedom and healing!
My music choices, way of styling and dressing my clients change depending on the climate.
What’s the best way for someone to check out your work and provide support?
Support my work by sharing it, reposting it and referring me! Join my mailing list on my website www.Luxshop4u.com follow Instagram and Twitter page @Luxshop4u

 

Contact Info:
Website: https://luxshop4u.com
Phone: 1 (857)-400-0343
Email: CreatorofLuxshop4u@gmail.com
Instagram: @Luxshop4u
Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/Luxshop4u/
Twitter: @Luxshop4u

Thank you for interviewing me and sharing my work with your audience Eddie from Boston Voyager!

GVani Music produced by Jorge Milliano

 

 

 

The night before I boarded my flight to Jamaica from the first stop of my vacation Toronto!  I received this dope press kit from Jorge!  Congrats on your new single GVani and Jorge!

(July 3, 2018 – Boston, MASS.) Completely revamping his sound and following his true path, R&B singer G.Vani returns with a collaborative record featuring Jorge Milliano  dubbed “All Night.”

“I took a little hiatus from being an artist and focused more on the songwriting route, but after some time I realized I was sitting on a bunch of dope records. Rather then let it go to waste I decided to put together a project while also rebranding myself with a name change. I looked at my strong points and felt that creating more R&B records was the best path going forward.” G.Vani explained.

This crossover record has appeal across the board with spicy Summer vibes that will get dance floors moving from Boston to the Caribbean and back again.

“This record is for East Boston and Dorchester, and everyone in between. The Latin culture is heavy out here in Massachusetts from Puerto Ricans to Dominicans, Colombians to Mexicans and Central Americans.”

Combining tropical sounds with Latin two step rhythms and exotic lyrics G.Vani and Jorge Milliano prove they have the chops to croon with the best of them targeting the rapidly growing Latin market on radio.

“I basically linked up with a long time friend of mine who already produced records for several major Latin artist in the game and we decided to rework an old song of mine. He took the vocals and put together a fresh new vibe. The end result was a single that I think has the potential to make it to radio and beyond,” G.Vani said.

“We wanted to create an island vibe but with that Top 40 sound, dedicated to the females letting them know we gonna do it All Night whether it’s dancing, making love or simply vibing out. This song is about love, having fun and making people dance.”

Accompanying the single, G.Vani and Jorge Milliano have created a lyric video for “All Night” that is chock-full of tropical vibes and visual effects.

 

“The song incorporates my Puerto Rican roots and with the Latin Trap genre booming right now I think it was the perfect time to share with the world that side of me. There’s alot of artist trying to crossover and I think with my writing abilities and melodic sound I have what it takes to take full advantage of that wave. With that being said this is actually the first record where the audience gets to hear me speak Spanish,” G.Vani explained.

Going forward G.Vani has a listening session and performance planned for his closest friends, and local taste makers, while he also has plans for meet and greets at clothing stores across the area. Look out for the release of his next project Based On Her set to debut later this year.

 

For booking, featuring and media inquiries see contact below:

 

GVANIMUSIC@gmail.com

*Clic here to listen to the new single!

Fashion International Group Boston

 

 

Hello,

here is a repost of my Interview earlier this year. The original post was shared over 70 times and then my website crashed. Let’s continue to share it with others aspiring to work in the fashion industry! Thank you to my international supporters who post my work and direct fashion and music lovers to my website!

We had a chance to chat with FGI Boston Member, Natalie Mason and here is what we learned…

What is your profession / role in the fashion industry?
I was born into a family of tailors and artists so we always worked in the industry. My dad is an upholstery king in Toronto, Canada! I worked for various leading luxury brands in the fashion and beauty world and was trained by the finest houses. My current role in the fashion industry is curating scent and clothing wardrobes for my clients. When I am not styling my clients I write about and promote my talented family and friends on my website.

What is your personal philosophy about the fashion industry?
Study your craft, be true to yourself, wear what you love and make your own rules! i.e This year Disco is trending but in my world Disco is forever.

What do you consider your biggest accomplishment professionally?
My biggest accomplishment was styling singer/song writer and music producer Vivian Sessoms for Grammys 2018. She is responsible for many hits that you have danced or sing to, you also saw her on tour with your favorite artists from Cher and Pink to name a few. http://luxshop4u.com/vivian-sessoms-grammys-2018/ . I’m also excited about when I was selected at the Boston Fashion Awards as Boston’s top Wardrobe Stylist 2017 I was happy to be in great company with other successful Boston Stylists! I dedicated my award to my sister Pauline in heaven.

What inspires you?
Music, 1970’s fashion, and My loving family inspires me each and everyday! They are the most creative and fashionable people that I know! I am gearing up for my late father-in-law Soul Music Icon Danny Woods proclamation ceremony on March, 27th! After his death I wanted to put a smile on my grieving families faces, particularly my husband so I reached out to the music community, fans and mayors to help with this project and many others! So not only do we have one but we have 4 Proclamations in Atlanta, North Myrtle Beach and Charlotte North Carolina. PBS will be there to document this historic day! This week we contacted several media and music outlets to prepare for the week ahead! https://m.facebook.com/story.php?story_fbid=1921554397879360&id=1201501463217994

We are so happy to have you be a part of FGI Boston!

To contact Natalie:
Email: CreatorofLuxshop4u@gmail.com
Instagram: @Luxshop4u
Twitter: @Luxshop4u
Website: www.Luxshop4u.com
Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/Luxshop4u/

www.Luxshop4u.com 

Wynton Marsalis Jazz Houston

 

Pulitzer Prize and 9 time Grammy Award Winner Wynton Marsalis

 

 

Hello Houston music lovers!  If you do not have your tickets to go and see Pulitzer Prize winning  international artist, composer, bandleader and educator then you are missing out! Click here to be directed to the Jazz Houston website! To purchase tickets now click HERE!

The Fusion King’s Album Private Celebration

Fusion Kings Private Celebration

 

I just got back from styling an out of State photoshoot for one of my clients!  Upon my return I met with The Fusion King’s Producer Jorge Milliano before he flew back to his new home Miami!  We talked about all things fashion and my exciting moment Meeting Fashion Icon Dapper Dan!  Over our celebration he gave myself and our private party a quick rundown of The Fusion King’s and other new  album/EP concepts!  You will be surprised by the homage that he pays by recruiting Reggaeton Pioneers and adding the new school artists!  He is also fusing up and coming artists from Panama and Cuba together on a track with artists from Puerto Rico into an explosive dancehall sound!

 

The Fusion Kings Cover ARt

May 5th is the date of this highly anticipated album release!

Pre order on iTunes, Spotify, Amazon and Apple Music April 28th,  in stores  and online on Cinco De Mayo (May 5th).  To preview a few songs from this album click here!

RSXGLD

 

 

 

 

Open letter to  BenjiRich Here is why Creatives like us need to own this album!

Saturday, November 11th,  after a long few weeks of meetings and ups and downs, my husband who was born and raised in the “D” switched our Sirius radio from talk radio to music per my request!   I hated much of what I heard so he continued to skim until we landed on Shade 45. That moment while I was venting about a situation something magical happened!  A song called True came on and I freaked out because I saw the name DJ ASSAULT (Huge fan of his music) then I read the other names Royce Da 5’9” (Detroit rap legend), RSXGLD, and JMSN.  Hubby and I immediately stopped talking and focused more on the Detroit catch phrases in the song.  Royce Da 5’9”  comes on and we both were geeked (Excited) because we do not hear many Detroit artist on the airwaves, or in the clubs aside from  Big Sean and Dej Loaf we immediately  wondered who was RSXGLD, when did this song come out and why are we just hearing their song TRUE!

 

 

True Featuring Royce Da 5’9″, JMSN, DJ Assault

 

 

 

Just as the song was coming to an end my husband said, “Nat,”  I wish they would have added some Jit to this song, as soon as my husband said, “Jit” the rhythm switched to 808’s and Detroit techno/Jit, we both were shouting as if our favorite athlete made a score!  The moment that rhythm changed it reminded me of when I lived in Toronto and had a girls weekend July 1st Canada Day and July 4th Independence Day with Ernestine to visit Nicole (Carlos Rogers cousin In-Law). That was the weekend Destiny’s Child had a concert and the Club was packed to see Beyoncé, Kelly, Latavia Roberson and Letoya Luckett.

It also brought me back to the days when I worked in Fairlane Mall at Coach with Tanya, Nakisha, Adriana, Deon, Kimica and Cyntara.  I enjoyed my days  living in Detroit and Farmington Hills driving Downtown Detroit on the Jefferson Freeway in the tunnel during 4th of July Weekend with my best friend Nicole.   After hours on the East Side where you can only get in with secret knocks on the door!  8 mile,  7 mile and SouthField Freeway,  Lodge 10 Freeway, Northland Mall, Wing Dings at Crystals, Fish Fry’s with our family, 2 for $60.00 Moët and Chandon, Better Made hot chips, and getting my hair done by Otha White.  While the visuals rapidly went through my mind of my time living in Detroit I quickly searched for the song on iTunes and tweeted about it before I started my shift at work!  Thank you Ro Spit and 14KT for painting beautiful memories with your words and for sharing your art with the world!

 

 

 

 

 

 

Here I am today Sunday, November 12th

Listening to the entire album for the first time this morning and I realize why I am so drawn to it!  This album is the soundtrack to my current mood! It’s  a reminder to creatives like us to focus on what’s  important, do not get distracted by negativity and that steadfastness is key!  Spectators watch what you are doing, get inspired by it and create it for themselves without acknowledgment.   The spectators  don’t realize that when you finally reach your peak it’s because of all of the sweat, tears and endurance that it took. BenjiRich  the formula that we create remains silent, many won’t celebrate you when you get there and get uptight while  they watch you accomplish your dreams.  Check these songs out and let me know what you think!

My favorite songs were selected based on how it related to me and what I am going through on my path to greatness and dodging B.S

 

RSXGLD album are:

True 

“I laced them boot straps and got my ass up! I ain’t never going back”
Days and Nights of hard work and sacrifice!

“You reminisce I remember”
“N a product of Reganomics slaving for dollars”
The mentality that was forced on many and they were lost and turnt out!  In my current situation when people try to keep up with the Jones’s and do wicked things to take money away from some of us honest hard workers to pay the bills of what they tried to keep up with!

 

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Quotes that sound like Benji Rich and my conversation

“Like,  (blank) think,  (Blank) think we doing ish just to be doing it, like we ain’t got a method to it you feel?”  I will explain this to you via phone but I think that you already know how we get down like Voltron Phase 2 almost complete!

“For real this ain’t got nothing to do with us!  This coming from a higher place, that means there’s more at stake, so it’s more to hate! This ‘ish more than great!”  God bless us

I Believe

Belief in our visions and crushing our goals!

What’s Happenin’  Brutha
Anyone who lost a loved one will relate to this!  I remember calling insurance companies, the government and lawyers December 2007 when the tragedy in our family happened.

Thought Bubble

“We live next to the demons and heathens”

“The thoughts in my mind flying like a car with a drift”

Buy RSXGLD album now on iTunes https://itunes.apple.com/us/artist/rsxgld/1274207602

Follow them on Instagram and Twitter  @RSXGLD

@Ro_Spit

@14KT

@Iamjmsn

@DJAssault

@RoyceDa59

@Rbenbanks on twitter and @BenjiRichDesigns on Instagram

@DetroitRap

 

 

Busy But My Bills Paid

CNOTES Rocking the crowd.

I am very selective with who I use this platform for, but the conversation that I had with this young star made me actually listen to his music!  His song Busy But My Bills Paid peaked my interest when I saw several people making youtube videos rapping along to it!  I also relate to this song as I work a full-time job, I collaborate with other creatives and internationally promoted  a few tours for my Luxshop4u community members one of whom I styled for.

Natalie:  What caught my ear was your use of words! Busy But My Bills Paid represents many of my fellow creatives and I who work around the clock!

CNOTES:  Yea, when I wrote busy but my bills paid, I already knew it related to everyone!  The single mother, the nine to fivers the hustlers, the women who own their own businesses and each one of us who know they have responsibilities and having our bills paid are always on top of the list!

Natalie:  When I spoke to you earlier in the week you mentioned the Crab in a barrel syndrome!

CNOTES:  Yea especially out here in NY we don’t collaborate much down here! Look at  Atlanta, even the producers are making beats together.   So when u say crab in the barrel if u ever see them in a barrel they are all pulling each other down so the other can get to the top.  That’s what I meant.

Natalie:  How did you get a viral Busy But My Bills Paid challenge going?  That’s a great marketing tool!

CNOTES:  Again the song is undeniable so I just figured it would  be a cool idea for people to really join in on this I wanted to see who is busy and who’s bills were paid.  Lol,  I appreciate everyone who’s joining in on the fun.

CNOTES  filming for the BET Cypher

Natalie:  “Close mouths don’t get fed, that”what mom’s said” What else did she teach you that stands out?

CNOTES:  That’s exactly what she taught me to stand out, lol.  I get so much from my mom and grandma who’s no longer with me in the physical.  I mean even down to my swag my cadence.   I miss them man!

Natalie:  My condolences for your loss!  Aside from them most likely being your number one fan who else would you say is your number one fan?

CNOTES:  I believe I’m my number one fan and worst critic at the same time.  Sometimes I rewind a song I did and I be like damn are they not hearing what I said! Lol

Natalie:  Congratulations on shooting your Bet freestyle last week Friday!   Do you have a team that connects you with media outlets or do you contact them?

CNOTES:  Yea another marketing tool, my team and I thought of you know!  I just network, if I see something that looks authentic and interesting then I inquire, but if it’s not gonna push my career or push the culture I won’t bother.  “Busy But My Bills Paid is a hit record but it’s more to get you moving than me just showing you how lyrical I am.  So I just wanted to give them bars on this freestyle, shout out to all of the legends that I named.

Natalie:  What’s your favorite spot in Brooklyn?

CNOTES:  Uhhh, too many to name  and a few I can’t name gotta keep ’em low lol.  But for the recently it’s been the Barclay center I still be excited like there’s really a stadium in Brooklyn!

Natalie:  Do you think that you would ever partner with a Brooklyn Legend like Lil Cease, Lil Kim, Fabulous for a “Busy But My Bills Paid Remix?”

CNOTES:  All bets are on the table!  I just want us to unite and help each other, follow BIG’s advice and keep Brooklyn moving.

Natalie: Any plans to somehow perform during The Do Over outdoor party on October 1st in Brooklyn?

CNOTES:  Yea that would be great, sign me up!  Lol, if it’s BROOKLYN it’s me

Keep up with CNotes on

www.soundcloud.com/cnotes718
www.youtube.com/cnoteshdt
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Instagram @CNOTES718

Eban Brown from the Stylistics

Eban Brown

 

Everyone loves Missy Elliott’s “Sock It To Me!”  We also loved it when Lauryn Hill was singing “Walk right out to the sun hand in hand” on Nas’ If I Ruled The World!  What if I told you that I  spoke with the man who was a member of Legendary Classical R&B groups The Moments, The Manhattans, The Delfonics and currently The Stylistics?  These groups are sampled by our favorite artist’s.

 

The Stylistics photo from their official website

 

Eban with his guitar collection

 

Harold Eban Brown is Decorated with awards from 98.7 Kiss FM Hall of Fame, and NAACP Award for his accomplishments as lead vocalist of The Delfonics. This accomplished  multi-talented artist, is a world-renowned guitarist, composer and singer who has  a huge celebrity fan base.  During this Interview Eban was on vacation in Florida relaxing in between tours.

Natalie: Hi Eban, it is so good to speak with you again!  Thank you for taking the time out of you vacation to conduct a Q and A with me.  When did The Moments realize that their new guitarist was a singer?

Eban: Well, a drummer named Bubbles Jerry Kinchen Jr’.,  introduced me to Billy Brown, my father and Bubble’s father sang together in the 1960s.  Billy Brown was from Ray Goodman and  Brown (The Moments) and when Billy Brown heard me sing, “All I Have” he was floored!  I was 18 yrs old, “All I Have” was one of my favorite songs!  That’s how I became a singer.

Natalie: Wow! How did you learn how to hit those notes if you were focused on playing the guitar?

Eban: My family had a quartet so I easily picked it up.  I never wanted to sing!  I concentrated on my craft and then I looked at George Benson as an example, George Benson sings and plays the guitar.

Natalie: How would you describe your vocal range?

Eban: First tenor, I sing all of the notes in a harmonious structure.  I hear those notes and I stack my vocals one by one Sam Cooke started it then Marvin Gaye revolutionized it!

 

Eban and George Benson

 

 

The Delfonics hit song Ready or Not was sampled by The Fugees and Missy Elliott

 

The Delfonics

 

 

The Moments

 

Natalie: Sexy Mama by The Moments is on heavy rotation on my iTunes!  Music Mogul Sylvia Robinson was a genius.

Eban: I have to humbly thank you!

Natalie: What was it like being a lead singer with not one but two legendary groups?

Eban: It’s a blessing, I do this everyday we don’t take into stock how we help people in their own lives, we think about the gig and getting to our next stop! Thank you for telling me this you are keeping me encouraged and I honor you for that!

Natalie: Wow, you have me stumped! Thank you!

Eban: I was in school idolizing the Moments when the teacher asked everyone what career path they wanted to take.  Some students wanted to be Fireman, Dr’s. etc, I said that I wanted to be the lead singer of The Moments. I dressed like The Moments, and I lived in that mode!  You have to believe what you pray for!

Natalie: I don’t share most of my work because people don’t appreciate it,  they have stolen ideas and don’t support it! I share my work with a select group!

Evan: I am doing this to leave something behind and build my legacy!  In order to do that you, need top media attention!  Be unique as possible and humbly claim it! You should watch the movie The Founders where they talk about McDonalds.

Natalie: Whoa!

Eban: It’s messed up, but it’s business the brothers did not take it to the next level. You need to stop hiding your work! 

 

Ray Goodman and Brown (The Moments) studio photo

 

Natalie: When you were with The Moments did you ever sing the “Girls” or “Look at Me” song in French?

Eban: No, I never had to sing it in French! We performed the songs in English when I re recorded it, they were supposed to bring in a French translator so I hope to do it one day for the best of The Moments with Billy Brown and myself. Billy is singing the first five songs and I sing on the last five songs!

 

Eban Brown and Nasir Jones at the Venetian Hotel

 

Nas album “No matter how hard you try you can’t stop us now!” From Nas’s song “You Can’t Stop Us Now” 2008

 

Natalie: You have a long list of Celebrity fans.  What memory sticks out the most when you met Nas?

Eban: Nas is one of my all time favorites, the way that we met was when Kelis flew us in for his surprise Birthday Party at the Venetian in Vegas I had to restrict myself so no one could see me.  Chris Webber and I were there and Nas said that he was working on a new album and that he wanted me to record a song with him. The party was on Saturday and I was in the studio on Tuesday in NYC recording “You Can’t Stop Us Now.

Natalie: That fast?

Eban: Yes, I would like to work with him again for my own project.  I am hoping to get a hold of him.

Natalie: When I post this Q and A I will to tag him to everything!  I will also make an Instagram post that says Nas contact Eban we need another collaboration!  By the way my husband and I are going to Nas’ concert here in Boston on 9.12.2017!

Eban: That’s great!  The both of you will have a great time!

 

Eban’s Debut Album

 

Natalie: Let’s talk about your debut album Master Suite and your current album Summer Time In Tokyo!

Eban: Master Suite was my very first solo album when I built my own record label Stardom Records. It is an acoustic album and I was getting my feet wet as a solo artist. My current album Summer Time In Tokyo has original songs as well as remade classics by Michael Jackson and Paul McCartney.

Natalie: When do you start your promotion tour for Summer Time In Tokyo?

Eban: Once I have songs on the radio, I should be up and running late September, early October. Then I have to get charted (Have songs on the charts) You get charted by getting spins and competing with other artist’s!  Once that’s complete then my media tour will kick in!  

Natalie: Do you have any special markets that you would like me to promote this in?

Eban: Everywhere!  To the ends of the earth!  Several great records are not getting played because it was not publicized!  “You cannot sell a secret” Eban Brown’s Grandfather’s quote.

Natalie: I forgot to ask you what  you thought about my website? Especially my Q and A’s?

Eban: I wished that I could write the way you wrote!  It takes a certain insight to write that way!

Natalie: I am so honored that you enjoyed it! Thank you!

Eban: Your welcome!

Natalie: What is your favorite Stylistics song?

 

The Stylistics

 

 

Eban: That’s an unfair question!  We have great music but if I had to pick it would be “ People Make The World Go Round.”  It was recorded in 1971 but the same social issues are still prevalent today!   Everyone is trying to make a dollar, Spike Lee even used it in one of his movies that’s how young folks caught onto it.

Natalie: When will you perform your solo and group act in Boston?

Eban: I am hoping to make the connection with Scullards.  I am self managed and once you get a record you don’t have to call anyone anymore!  You need good people in your corner.  I thank God for that!

Natalie: I cannot wait to post this on my website thank you and enjoy the rest of your vacation.

Eban: Your welcome I fly back to New Jersey in the morning and then I am off to Chicago and the United Kingdom.

 

James Brown and Eban Brown

 

 

 

 

Discography

1991 The Moments Classic Soul
1993 Delfonics
1993 The Manhattans Classic Soul
2000 Lead vocalists of The Stylistics Classic
2002 “Master Suite”, a Jazz/Pop masterpiece with an amazing acoustic guitar feel. 1st solo album
2004 Restless Soul Jazz and Pop II solo album
2006 Exit 15  Third solo album
2008 Can’t Stop Us Now single with Nas
2009 Determinism an Instrumental album
*Albums
Will Hart and The Delfonics live in Chattanooga
Rob Base, on the Album “Break of Dawn”, which featured the Delfonics, the two songs were “Are You With Me”, and “Chillin”

Natalie’s favorite songs by various by The Manhattans, The Delfonics, The Moments and Stylistics are:

The Delfonics

La- La Means I Love You

Break Your Promise

I Don’t Want to Make You Wait

Somebody Loves You

*Ready or Not Here I Come (Can’t Hide From Love) sampled by song Sock it To Me Missy Elliott and The Fugees

*Hey Love
Sampled by Notorious B.I.G

Walk Right Up to the Sun sampled Nas and Lauryn Hill If I ruled the World

The Stylistics

You Make Me Feel Brand New

Your a Big Girl Now

I’m Stone In Love With You

*You Are Everything sampled by Mary J. Blige for You are Everything

*People Make The World Go Round sampled by West Side Connection Ice Cube, Mack 10 and Dub C song Gangsta’s Make The World Go ‘Round

The Moments

Girls

Sexy Mama

Look At Me

Eban’s star power can be witnessed on stage with the following dates listed below.

Eban’s solo act tour dates:

September 8th, 2017 The Stoke Bar and Grille, Plymouth, UK

September 9th, 2017 The Concorde Club Eastleigh, UK

For solo act tour dates  and to purchase his music visit https://www.ebanbrownmusic.net/shows

Japan Tour dates for The Stylistics are:

December 11-25 Japan Tour Billboard Live

UK Tour

October 26, Gateshead

October 27, Redditch Palace Theatre

October 28, Worthington Pavilion

Please visit The Stylistics http://www.thestylistics.org/tour-schedule for a complete list of their tour date!

https://www.ebanbrownmusi
On Instagram@EbanBrown

Purchase Ebans music on itunes  now!