Thank God it is Friday. Phew!
My fellow American entertainment law colleagues, I really do like showing off one of my own (from Africa) to you all, like the best of the best, in my view. I introduced you all, last time, to African(Ghana-Nigerian)-American lawyer turned rapper, X.O Senavoe. Another name to add to your list, not a lawyer, is a young woman called RETTA.
I conducted an interview, on Ladybrille Magazine’s behalf, a while back on RETTA as an emerging artist to watch. She really is talented. But before you all read that, listen to her angelic voice. “Beauuuriful!” if you ask me. I do think there is room for more work, especially on the vocal range. But, overall, I remain impressed.[audio:https://fashionentlaw.com/wp-content/uploads/2011/05/RETTA-TOMORROW.mp3|titles=RETTA – TOMORROW]
Courtesy photo & mp3 provided by Retta’s Label Executive Joy Tongo for JTON Records
My interview with RETTA.
Have a lovely weekend. I have more graduation and graduation events to attend.
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