Marzette Griffith has earned his notoriety as a well polished performer in the industry of music and dance. He has recorded numerous songs as a solo artist and with his group Essence. As the lead singer in the group Essence, he propelled two of their singles, "Sweet Fools" and "I Ain't Much But I'm All I Got" into the Billboard chart's top 100.
Feloney Davis is back on the music scene and hotter than ever. I call you, you text me...FEL's sexy, smooth melodic styling resonatesthroughouthis music career.
A Chicago native best known for his work with Public Annoucement's "All Work, No Play" and a certified Platinum singer/songwriter known for hit singles "Body Bumpin (Yippie-Yi-Yo)", "John Doe" and "It's Abou Time". FEL masterfully infuses his soulful vocals with tightly woven soulful beats to create and capture the timeless R&B cross-cultural audiences. True to who Feloney Davis is, his songs are influenced by personal experiences, situations and struggles relatable to every aspect of the human emotion.
The turning point came for K'Jon while writing music in a Los Angeles hotel room. After years of putting out independent releases while working a day job to support his family in Detroit, he had to figure out his future in the music industry.
"I was missing my family something terrible," says K'JON. "I was sitting in that room, wondering if writing songs was worth being away from my daughter. I was really going through it."
Music Industry Grows First Time in a Decade on Digital Adele
Adele's "21" was the best-selling album and Carly Rae Jepsen's "Call Me Maybe" was the best-selling single, an industry group representing music labels said in a statement today. Digital sales rose 9 percent to $5.6 billion and now account for about 34 percent of total revenue, according to the International Federation of the Phonographic Industry.