Two years ago, R&B singer and Apollo Theater Amateur winner back in the day Lyfe Jennings was arrested following a disturbance that took place while he looking for his child’s mother, who was allegedly visiting another man. Continue reading
Singer and Harlemite Kelis leaving the Luxx night club downtown with friends in Las Vegas Nevada. Continue reading
Harlem World has found out that Apollo Theater top winner Lyfe Jennings. Has a new album that drops on July 27th called “I Still Believe”. Word has it that even though he may be facing jail time, he’s still focused. With his great voice and lyrics we look forward to his next drop.
Monday, July 13, 2009 was the kick off night for the 27th season of the Martin Luther King Jr. Free Concerts Series in Brooklyn’s Wingate Park- presented by the beloved Brooklyn Borough President Marty Markowitz. The soulful Lyfe Jennings and Grammy nominated R&B singer and songwriter Keyshia Cole, were this season’s first artists to perform.
Keyshia Cole performing
In the park representing WBLS, one of the concert’s partners, were radio personalities Jasmine Sanders, Bob Lee and the legendary Hal Jackson.
Lyfe Jennings opened the show and sang a number of songs, before sharing that he will be stepping away from recording soon. With two children at home, he wants to make sure he is there, and not on the road, for the early years of his children’s development.
After a few stage adjustments, politician introductions and representatives from Brooklyn Apple Bee’s giving away raffle prizes, Keyshia walked down the steps to the stage singing to the crowd’s roar. She was definitely worth the wait.
Another great free show in New York City! Continue reading
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RHYTHflow Radio Top Ten
1. Can’t B Good – Janet Jackson (Island)
2. Let Go – Lalah Hathaway (Stax/Concord)
3. We Were In Love – Hil St Soul (Shanachie)
4. You’ve Got The Love I Need – Al Green feat Anthony Hamilton (BlueNote)
5. What I’d Do For You – Conya Doss (Conya Doss Songs)
6. Wanna Be Free – April Hill (Black Honey Records)
7. Wreckless Love – Alicia Keys (J Records)
8. Never Never Land – Lyfe Jennings (Sony Urban/Columbia)
9. Easy On The Eyes – Heston
10. Think Of You – Ledisi (Verve)
Of the Top Ten, 2 or the 10 have some relationship to Harlem. Alicia Keys famously was born in Harlem and Lyfe Jennings holds the record for Amateur Night wins at the Apollo Theater.
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Celebrate the release of his latest album LYFE CHANGE. Meet Lyfe Jennings and enjoy complimentary beer and cocktails courtesy of Magic Hat Brewing Company and HOME Continue reading