Featured Artists

Featured Artists

Ward Brown

Ward Brown had an advantage over most music-loving kids living in Chicago. He grew up as a child living next to the legendary blues guitarist Muddy Waters, and the young Ward soaked up all he could. By his teen years he was playing drums professionally and as a young adult was backing artists such as Carl Carlton, Alexander O'Neal and Deniece Williams.

Gwen Majou

Born in Martinez, CA, raised in Los Angeles, Gwen began singing at the early age of 4 years old in her Baptist church. She is a sultry soulful song stylist with a captivating stage presence, prolific songwriter. She is the owner of her indie label, Melodicchic Records. Gwen sings about her life journey and love experiences that everyone in any age group can relate to. She brings an emotional, passionate and heartfelt delivery in her performances.


Lou Wilson

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Lou Wilson Born in Senatobia a small southern town in Mississippi. The name Senatobia, given by Charles Merriweather, was derived from the Indian word Senatohoba, which means “White Sycamore”—a symbol of "rest for the weary." Although the town is small in addition to Lou Wilson there were some other very talent people that blossom, such as blues guitar player Aron Burton, O.B. McClinton country and R&B singer and writer.

Ada Ehi

Ada Ehi popularly known as Ada is a Nigerian gospel singer, songwriter, recording and performing artist. She is well known for her popular singles Bobo Me, Our God Reigns, I Testify, Only You Jesus.

Ada was formerly signed to LoveWorld Records which was also home to other famous Gospel acts such as Frank Edwards, Sinach, Eben and others.

Ada Ehi was born and raised in Lagos to Victor and Mabel Ndukauba in the 80’s, the second child of four children, she grew up surrounded by lots of music.