Jazz Artiste, Kirk Whalum Talks About His Roots

Kirk WhalumJazz saxophonist, Kirk Whalum, started out as a band leader, performing in clubs before he joined the big league and went to on win 12 Grammy awards.

In the 80’s, he formed a band, having regular gigs in local clubs.

It was at this time he was discovered by jazz pianist, Bob James. That move proved to be his biggest decision as he went on to play for top artistes, including late soul singer, Whitney Houston.

The originator of ‘Gospel According to Jazz’ backed up for top artistes in America, including late singer, Whitney Houston, who gave him a slot in the song, ‘I Will Always Love You’.

Kirk recently visited Nigeria to celebrate the International Jazz Day and Entertainment News seized the opportunity to speak with him about his roots and music.

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Loose Kaynon Drops ‘Awon Temi’ Featuring Dice Ailes And Koker

Loose Kaynon Drops 'Awon Temi' featuring Dice Ailes And KokerRapper Loose Kaynon has released a song titled ‘Awon Temi’.

The song features Chocolate City artists; Dice Ailes and Koker.

‘Awon Temi’ is off his forthcoming ‘Gemini Project’ and it was produced by Chocolate City’s in-house producers; Ckay and Don L37.

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