Songstress Avery gives ESSENCE an exclusive performance of "Won't You Try" from her new album.
ESSENCE.com's "New and Next" column spotlights the brightest new talents we think you should know. This week we meet singer Elaine Spence.
The Walls Group prove that it's all in the family. Check out the Houston-based sibling quartet as they perform "Satisfied."
You may not know her name just yet, but chances are singer-songwriter Avery*Sunshine is your favorite singer's favorite singer.
The Cameroon born beauty moved to the U.S. when she was 6 and has been a genre defying musician ever since.
The Portland-based soul singer shares the process of making her debut album, and working with Prince.
"We take a little bit of everything from around the world and make it into something," says keyboardist J. Sharp.
The Brooklyn-bred hip hop soul singer has sung backup for the likes of Pharaoh Monche, Jean Grae and Talib Kweli.
The Ethiopian-born American singer describes her sound as "world soul."
ESSENCE.com's "New and Next" column spotlights the brightest new talents we think you should know.
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