WASHINGTON, D.C. (PRWEB) November 21, 2017
Three-time Grammy nominated artist B.SLADE (Anthony Williams, II) wins Emmy Award for his participation in the 34th Annual Black Music and the Civil Rights Movement Concert. Curated by Curtis King through partnership with CBS11 KTXA, the 34th Annual Black Music and the Civil Rights Movement Concert dramatized and reflected on the life and legacy of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. through narration, music and dance. The concert tribute has received four Emmy nominations honoring its production and performances featuring special guest artists, B.SLADE, BILAL, EARNEST PUGH and MALIK YOBA along with the TBAAL 200-voice concert choir.
With over 20 years in the music industry, in-demand singer, songwriter and producer B.SLADE was honored and humbled to receive his Emmy Award:
“To be bestowed with this great honor was the farthest thing from mind that night. I’m only a part of a whole collective of black men in the arts whose ingenious qualities have inspired me for many years. My goal is to complete my career acronym of ‘E.G.O.T.’ With sheer excitement I can announce that’s I’ve finally earned my letter ‘E’. Dr. Martin Luther King’s legacy continues on because of this type of programming created by Curtis King. Thank you God for using both Mr. King & Vanzil Burke to create such an amazing opportunity for me.” –B.SLADE
B.SLADE Singer. Songwriter. Producer. –
As a prominent songwriter and producer, B. SLADE has worked with some of the biggest artists in the music industry, including Chaka Khan (“I Love Myself”), Sheila E. ("Fiesta"), Faith Evans ("Paradise"), and Angie Fisher, for which he wrote and co-produced her 2014 debut smash hit single, "I.R.S.", garnering Ms. Fisher’s first and B.SLADE’s third Grammy nomination. B.SLADE also co-wrote and co-produced actress & singer Tisha Campbell-Martin's single, "Steel Here", and is credited for closely working on the entirety of Mrs. Campbell-Martin's upcoming album release. B.SLADE was instrumental in creating legendary singer Chaka Khan's 2017 single "I Love Myself" (written and produced by B.SLADE), which was featured on the final season of Netflix's hit show "The Get Down". He is also featured as a guest vocalist and songwriter/producer on Snoop Dogg’s upcoming gospel album, “Bible of Love”, and its lead single, “Words Are Few” was written and produced by B.SLADE.
B.SLADE has just released his highly anticipated, self-titled mainstream debut album “B.SLADE” in collaboration with RSVP Records/Ropeadope (http://www.bsladenow.com/). With its hit single "Leave The Lights On", (currently over 800,000 streams on Spotify) and the uptempo follow-up single and video "Stay Mad", “B.SLADE” is filled with innovative tunes and captivating vocals to take listeners on a rhythmic journey into the world of B.SLADE the artist. B.SLADE is currently preparing for a multi-city tour in support of the album.
For more information or interview inquiries regarding B.SLADE contact Judy Groover at 202-361-3939 or jgroover(at)rockmediaconcepts.com.