ARTIST of the WEEK on ARMADAFM.com (05.21.12)
At 18, Ali Lee broke onto the scene Go-Go dancing in
every hot nightclub in Atlanta, quickly becoming the
most desired talent sparking the city’s nightlife.
While rocking The ATL, Ali entertained two major
record deals as part of the all girl group Blaze
Blah before choosing to pursue a solo career. A
classically trained singer during her youth, she’s
now working with world- renowned Top 40 writers and
in the studio with legendary producers.
Her first single “Keep it Right There”, written by
Claude Kelly and produced by Keith Thomas, reached
#23 on the FMQB chart in just 3 weeks. The song was
rated #15 Most Adds on RR charts in January 2012 and
now climbing Mediabase.
The video launched in early December 2011 and is
currently being showcased on dozens of media
platforms including AOL, Yahoo, OnlyLyrics, Daily
Motion, Blastro, and several P1 radio stations,
receiving rave reviews. The song has also won many
head to head, listener voted, competitions against
other new artists and some seasoned entertainers.
Ali is represented by the best in the business;
highly respected manager; Charlie Cook of Mike McVay
Media, acclaimed vocal coach Brett Manning, visual
marketing experts AristoMedia and renowned radio
promoter Sam Kaiser of MVP Entertainment.
Currently, Ali is working in the studio with Keith
Thomas laying down the vocals for her next single
“Put Your Sexy On” and two other tracks, in-between
personal appearances in Atlanta, Miami and
Gervais latest smash song & video looks set
to be his biggest yet. ‘Molly’ is a love
story about a girl in the form of a
club-smash. Madonna announced the track on
stage at Ultra Festival in front of 20,000
people and Pete Tong loved it so much he
played it 3 times in a row on air. This is
also the first track in a long time to
really be the ‘stand-out’ record of WMC week
in Miami. The track is getting more and more
attention with top radio play and club spins
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JANE BANG "Artist of the Week"
Bang is a provocative rapper with strong sex
appeal and no censor button. With some
select teaser tracks available through Myspace and the hype machine, Jane
has built an uncanny following over the Internet
practically overnight. She made her first entrance
with the song “Untame”, which depicts her racy beats
with playful, biting dialogue – which was
accompanied with the music video. Staying
true to her Brooklyn
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