March 11th, 2011 16:30 EST
SOP's Battle of the Bands Featuring Lenny Harold with 'It's Not Ok'
LENNY HAROLD RELEASES DEBUT ALBUM
Emerging artist Lenny Harold is set to release his exciting debut album "a work of art which will undoubtedly capture the minds and hearts of music lovers worldwide. The Journal of Wonders: Tale of the Phoenix in the Moon Labyrinth " " prepared to be released on March 22nd, 2011 " is an eclectic mixture of R&B and Soul with delicate hints of Pop, Rock, and Jazz that will grab any listener`s attention from start to finish " a unique sound which the artist himself has coined as hybrid soul. " The album consists of 14 original songs; production by Cass Maya; collaborations with Taylor Ryan and Solomon Cortes of WMC Productions; and the support of renowned musicians/writers responsible for some of the greatest hits in mainstream music history.
Already having numerous accomplishments under his old moniker CHANJ, " Lenny is an established artist in his own right, having worked with actor/vocalist Jamie Foxx, producer Teddy Riley, and singer/songwriter Marsha Ambrosious "whose ballad Say Yes " would spark his rise to Apollo championship and industry discovery. After putting his own stamp on the song, Lenny has generated a solid fan base in the states and gained notoriety through his fascinating performances across the world.
Released under the direction of New York City entertainment mogul Forrest Renaissance and his music imprint, BlackBelt Music Group, the 2011 release of Lenny`s debut album is a highly anticipated point in his career. I`m excited about this project! " he explains, I`ve collaborated with genius musicians and songwriters that captivate and describe the heart in ways not yet understood. The honesty of this album will give everyone a way to relate to it " "
Beautifully representing his raw talent and soulful charisma, The Journal of Wonders " is destined to leave a lasting impression across all genres " stylishly artistic and exemplary of musical genius.
Lenny Harold- Say Yes (Live at the Apollo Theater)
Lenny Harold overwhelmingly captivates the Apollo audience with his rendition of Floetry`s 2002 hit, Say Yes. After winning Amateur Night several times, this is Lenny`s final Apollo performance as a Championship finalist. To no one`s surprise he won again.
Lenny Harold- The Phoenix Cry
Here`s the first track off of Lenny Harold`s debut album. "The Phoenix Cry` is the first Cass Maya-produced track off of The Journal of Wonders ", set to release in March of 2011.
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