Merrick, NY (PRWEB) November 11, 2008
"I Saw A Black Man In The White House" is a pop/soul song for the historic Presidential election of Barack Obama. Sung by Jamaican recording artist Lester Lewis, and featuring a rap by mega-comic, actor and rapper Katt Williams, known for his work on HBO, Comedy Central and more. Co-written and produced by Steve Young, CEO of Media Recording Studios and nephew of one of America's top 100 composers of all time, Joe Young.
Lester Lewis met Mr. Young a number of years ago when he hired him to produce and package CD's for release in Jamaica. In the spring of 2008 Lewis again come to Steve in need of support to complete a new record. When Mr. Young heard the ruff lyrics of "Black Man In The White House", he agreed to finance the entire project for Lewis.
Katt Williams, the multi talented comic, actor and rapper, came into the production just a few day ago while preparing on Long Island for his up and coming television appearances and Carnegie Hall performance on November 6. Katt also needed a studio with a seasoned producer in Hip Hop music. While on Long Island, Katt arranged to work with Steve Young at his studios.
"I walked into the studio and as I was preparing to record, I heard this catchy hook coming from the control room. I said, 'OK so you want me to do a rap verse?'," to which Steve Young replied, "It would be great to have you on this song for such an historic event." The rest is history, just like the election of the new president. Katt Williams may perform the rap version on NBC's Late Night with Conan O'Brien on Wednesday, November 5.
The Single and downloads available to order now at http://www.Isawablackmaninthewhitehouse.com.
Also, single and ringtones available on iTunes, Amazon, and all major online stores starting November 10. Visit YouTube to listen to the song. The single may be sent to all radio stations this coming week.
Contact: Steve Young for Perfect Little Productions Inc. 516-859-3797.