Amber Ojeda to Perform at The Temple Bar in Santa Monica and Anthology in San Diego at Last Hip-Hop Gains Style, Soul, and Jazz Overtones

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A & R Managements artist Amber Ojeda has teamed up with Sellaband allowing the consumer to invest directly with artists.

Amber Ojeda to perform at The Temple Bar March 26 in Santa Monica, Ca and Anthology in San Diego, CA on April 9th at last Hip-Hop Gains Style, Soul, and Jazz Overtones

"Amber Ojeda--New Voice, New Star At last Hip-Hop gains style, soul, and jazz overtones. I'm talking about Amber Ojeda. You'll dig the piano melody in Here I am...and the synth string sound adds a dramatic tone." Deltachord Tenner Blog

"So Lovely has a smooth jazzy touch. Ambers voice--textured like liquid emotion draws the listener into her music. Love From The Band another jazzy tune has a good beat. Amber is destined to be in the R&B annals of music." Deltachord Tenner Blog

A Hot Steamy Night Awaits You music review by Epitunes Mixing element's of classic jazz chanteuses such as Ella Fitzgerald and Billie Holiday with modern day hip hop, Amber Ojeda's songs bring to mind a hot steamy Tropical night. Songs such as "Don't Rush" and "Hear I Am" practically burst forth with an energy and sensuality that demand your attention

A & R Managements artist Amber Ojeda has teamed up with Sellaband

This is a new approach which allows anyone to invest in an artist for as little as $10.00 you can purchase a part in the album and you will earn income from album sales, ad sharing revenues, etc...

What people are saying...

' lets you invest in an indy band before it makes it big. If you know how to pick 'em, sellaband could well pay off!'

ABC News

'I feel the music business model doesn't work any more. What Sellaband is doing is democratizing music.'

Yahoo! News

'The element of having to invest to show commitment means you're voting with your wallet rather than just clicking on something. Is it going to throw up superstars? It's possible.'


'Sellaband is effectively building a machine that will hand over traditional industry roles to internet users and relying on "wisdom-of-crowds" to build careers.'

The Times


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