Ricky “Ric Rude” Lewis who produced platinum records for Fantasia, Snoop Dogg and Destiny’s Child says, "It’s been a great pleasure working with Annyett. She's definitely sure to provide what’s been missing in R&B today."
LOS ANGELES (PRWEB) December 01, 2015
R&B recording artist Annyett Royale is headlining a show celebrating her birthday at 8 p.m. on Friday, Dec. 4 at the celebrity hot spot, The Man Cave Sports Bar & Lounge located at 3575 Cahuenga Blvd. W. in Los Angeles. The rising star who was formerly signed with Master P's No Limit Records will present an intimate, live performance with no cover charge at her show "Annyett's Royale Birthday Bash" that will feature her single "Hurt Wins" produced by Ricky “Ric Rude” Lewis who produced platinum records for Fantasia, Snoop Dogg and Destiny’s Child. She will also be performing new tracks from her album set to be released in 2016. With Royale's powerful, sultry voice, impressive stage presence and songwriting prowess, the evening is sure to be filled with entertainment.
Garnering the attention of many professionals in the music industry, Royale works alongside celebrity choreographer, dancer and singer Sayelah and opened for singer and songwriter Bobby Valentino after the BET Awards in 2015 at the House of Blues. She has also opened for rapper Dub-C, and while working with No Limit Records, she was managed by Papa Snoop, the father of the iconic hip-hop star Snoop Dogg. She’s also a familiar face and a house favorite at Duane Martin and Tisha Campbell-Martin’s club, Xen Lounge, in Studio City, California, where she’s captured the attention and been complimented by rapper Nelly, MC Lyte and more. Royale has even sang with Verdine White, the bassist of the legendary band Earth, Wind & Fire, at the group's release party in 2013.
Ricky “Ric Rude” Lewis says, “It’s been a great pleasure working with Annyett. She's definitely sure to provide what’s been missing in R&B today.”
Royale was recently introduced to celebrity actor, producer and writer Bill Bellamy. When he heard her captivating vocals he asked, "Whose voice is that?"
Additionally, actress and executive producer Rebecca Crews (wife of Terry Crews) says, "I love your voice, Annyett, and your writing is sublime. Touching, yet simple. Very honest. Bravo."
DJ Shaun from "Hilltop Radio Show" out of Washington D.C. says Royale is "one of the greatest unsigned indie artists I've heard. Sultry, powerhouse, grace, elegance and style are just a few words to describe Annyett Royale."
Host of “Honey's Closet” on Urban Soul Radio shares, "Bubbling with energy and equipped with a breathtaking vocal instrument, this California native is carving out a career that promises big things. Her writing skills are amazing, and her vocal skills command the stage. Finally raw talent has surfaced, and it's here to stay."
To see some of Royale’s live performances, check out her covering Mary J. Blige’s song “I’m Goin’ Down” at http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=E3v5njzmeKY and see her covering Beyonce’s song “Speechless” at http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Gbyqk2a9e10&feature=youtu.be. For more information regarding Annyett Royale and her music career, please visit the links listed below and for booking, please contact Sayelah at saye_lah(at)yahoo.com.
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