Born and raised in he South Bronx, SONGLIST discovered his love for music at a very young age. He sang along with artists on the radio, hoping to one day acquire thee same success. It wasn't until his time at the prestigious Boys Choir of Harlem, did he really begin to own his skills by learning to read and compose music. With freshly learned skills and bigger desire to follow his dreams, Songlist then began performing regularly throughout the 5 Burroughs of New York. As well as various places along the East Coast.
One of Songlist's biggest performances was opening for Tamar Braxton. He has now become a featured act at several venues in New York City, performing his underground hits. One of his songs "All That I Need," has gained him enough exposure to land a position on MTV'S "INDUSTRY OPEN MIC." While often compared to Ne-Yo, J. Holiday and R. Kelly, Songlist likes to describe himself as an individual. In 2005, he made it through at American Idol tryouts. Though obviously not having landed the highly coveted number 1 spot and while Simon Cowell may not have thought he was the next American Idol, let yourself be the judge of what speaks to your heart. Songlist has been releasing new music with songs like"You Want It" which has been played on power 105.1. His most anticipated remix to "Feel Better" featuring Harlem's own Neek Bucks. Songlist recently released his new EP entitled "In mY Zone" with lead single "Countdown" making it's rounds all across the internet. "Countdown" also features and is produced by Harlem's own Remo The Hitmaker.
All of his music can be purchased and downloaded on TIDAL, iTUNES, SPOTIFY, AMAZON, GOOGLE PLAY AND CD BABY.
Dynasty muSIC New Music Alert: Composer and Artist Sophia Campoamor is changing rules and the music landscape
“It’s very light, it flows very well. But it also has an element of strength and power.”
That’s the voice of Sofía Campoamor ’19, the first woman admitted to the Whiffenpoofs, the world’s oldest collegiate a cappella group, in the words of a fellow member of her tap class, Emil Beckford ’19. The two have sung side by side for the past two years in Mixed Company — the first all-gender a cappella group at Yale, where Campoamor serves as the music director.
On Feb. 1, Yale’s two all-senior a cappella groups, Whim ‘n Rhythm and the Whiffenpoofs, announced in a joint Facebook post that they were abandoning their single-gender traditions and would begin considering singers of all genders for admission. After two weeks of auditions and deliberations, the Whiffenpoofs decided early Tuesday morning to admit a female singer for the first time.
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