Saint Records presents Saint Heron – a collaborative compilation album featuring 11 independent artists telling their unique stories on one innovative platform. Saint Records was designed to give new and ingenious artists a space to create their music and circulate their art – in turn becoming a haven for R&B lovers and listeners to discover music free of marketplace politics. The intent of the album, and the label at large, is to feature, highlight and align a new movement of contemporary, genre-defying R&B visionaries, which will serve as a segue into the diverse evolution of these independent artists as they share their voices and words as only they can – through pure, unadulterated music.
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During a recent move back to her hometown, fashion and art maven Shala Monroque picked up a camera and documented the natural beauty of St. Lucia—a city unscathed by the effects of consumerism and strict routines. Working with what her immediate surroundings provided—lush landscapes and the sun-drenched faces and smiles of her native people—she is able…
Featured NewsWritten by Brian Davis onWednesday April 1, 2015.
Ciara is gearing up for the release of her sixth studio album, Jackie and took some time to reveal to us the album cover. In addition to sharing the new album cover, Ciara also revealed plans for a first leg of her Jackie era tour, which she will begin on May 3rd in Chicago. It’s…
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