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MALACO SIGNS THE SOUNDS OF BLACKNESS

 width=The is proud to announce the signing of the Grammy winning group, Sounds Of Blackness. The debut single “Fly Again” from their self-titled CD, “The Sounds Of Blackness” will be Impacting Airplay August 1 & 2

“Fly Again” features the phenomenal vocals of Jamecia Bennett, daughter of Ann Nesby, mother of Paris Bennett, Season 5, Top 5 Contestant. The release of the full length CD “The Sounds Of Blackness” consequently coincides with the celebration of the of their classic CD “Optimistic” and of the group’s inception. Gary Hines, Music Director / Producer Sounds of Blackness states, “Sounds of Blackness and I are extraordinarily overjoyed to have the honor of signing with Malaco! Sounds of Blackness and Malaco have a lot in common – bringing Black Music to all people, celebrating four decades of existence, and remaining true to our roots! Sounds of Blackness dedicates “FLY AGAIN” the 1st Single from our forthcoming new CD, to Malaco and to all of the people of the cities across America and around the world, who have recently suffered unfathomable devastation. Together we will all soon be able to “FLY AGAIN!” Tommy Couch Jr, Vice President, Malaco, Inc, states,

“We are so exited to work with a group of this magnitude. The Sounds Of Blackness are still about the music and the message while maintaining their unique creativity.” , Executive Director – Urban Division states, “Fly Again” is a great record. Radio stations across the country should just play it!” “Much like Bebe & , The Sounds Of Blackness was extremely instrumental in crossing Gospel / over into the mainstream in the 90’s and It is great to see them return stronger than ever.” states, D.A. Johnson, Executive Director – .

CEO of RF Focus, Radio and Music Industry Veteran. Radio DJ, Programmer, Musician and Voice Talent. Graduated from Performing Arts in Buffalo, N.Y. and worked at the legendary KKBT (92.3 The Beat) during its nationwide heyday in the early 90s. Also worked for Stevie Wonder at KJLH.