The lady with the angelic like
voice returns. It's hard to believe but It's been almost four years
Larrieux graced us with her excellent debut
solo set 'Infinite Possibilities'
(on with then label Sony). The album excellently produced in both
quantity and quality by her and her husband Laru
Larrieux gave us the classic hits 'Get
Up' and 'I 'n' I'.
The former Groove
Theory co-founder and front lady gets back into the groove
of things with her latest single called 'Brave
Bird' taken from the album of the same name (that will
be out come Jan. 20, 2004 on Blisslife Records) and the single dare
I say is well worth the wait. The song written and produced by her
and her hubby is solid track throughout, a mid tempo house beat drives
light moog keys and showcases her sweet delivery which is excellent
There's been a frenzy of interest
for her to release her second album especially after her first did
so well but she apparently had other plans that included a trip to
the small screen for a lead role in the animated series Maat
Kara for the cable channell SciFi. She uses her sexy voice
for the title roles charactor.
She's also been busy performing
as well doing the Essence on Campus
college tour where she's toured some of the top Black colleges in
the country and also appeared and performed at the COACH
60th Anniversary celebration that took place in Japan.
And if that is not enough she's landed herself a grammy nomination
for Best R&B Performance By A Duo Or
Group With Vocals for her duet with Glenn
Lewis on Stanley Clarke's
remake of the Donny Hathaway
Roberta Flack classic 'Where
is the Love'.
This track should find it's way
to radio station formats across the country so request it frequent
and often and don't forget the full length will be in stores come
next month. Good to see her back, a TY-D
Listen to Amel
Larrieux - 'Brave