Blue Note Presents

Lalah Hathaway

Wednesday, September 25, 2024
Doors: 6:00pm / Show: 8:00pm

Lalah Hathaway is a 5x GRAMMY award-winning singer/songwriter and producer and 10-time nominee. Undeniable music royalty and a 30-year music industry veteran, Lalah’s music transcends genre – from R&B ballads to pop standards and soulful jazz – she has collaborated with today’s top hitmakers, including Pharrell Williams, Kendrick Lamar, Dr. Dre, Anderson. Paak and Snoop Dogg. Lalah has also shared the stage with music legends, from Prince to Stevie Wonder to Anita Baker. Film and television credits include appearing as herself in the 2017 hit film “Girls Trip” as the wedding singer in the series finale of BET’s “Being Mary Jane”, a cameo in Yvette Nicole Brown’s film & “Always A Bridesmaid” and features as a special guest on the latest season of “Family Reunion” on Netflix.

Lalah headlined the Lincoln Center’s Out of Doors summer concert series in 2019 with sold-out show “Legacy: Lalah Hathaway Sings Donny Hathaway.” Lalah also served as a featured artist on the lost album of the legendary Miles Davis appearing on single “So Emotional”. This year, Lalah’s song “Show Me Your Soul,” from the hit documentary  ‘Mr. Soul!,’ was featured on the Oscars 2021 shortlist for Best Original Song.

“There is a rich legacy of music that originates from both the trials and triumphs of the African-American experience, a legacy that flows like a river through generations and waters the world with songs of hope for the present times and for the future”. This is how Victory Boyd, a 27-year-old soul and folk artist who hails originally from Detroit Michigan, describes not only the sound that she carries but also the responsibility of what she carries as an artist, entrepreneur, and advocate. After being personally signed by Jay-Z in 2016, Victory released her debut EP entitled “It’s a New Dawn” featuring her soul stirring rendition of Nina Simone’s classic “Feeling Good,” among other songs including original songs “Believe In Love,” “Lessons From My Father,” and “Cheap Love.” The entire project was released globally and premiered in over 8,000 Starbucks locations worldwide for over a year and positioned Victory to be highly anticipated in 2018 when her debut album and “The Broken Instrument” was released. Victory’s talent as a singer-songwriter and performer quickly became popular in the music industry as she continued to demonstrate rare capabilities of captivating audiences with her classic sultry voice, thought-provoking lyrics, and unconventional guitar skills.

Victory established a reputation in elite circles of influence having performed private concerts for Starbucks CEO Howard Schultz, Mellody Hobson from Ariel investments and her husband George Lucas the creator of Star Wars, Robert Smith venture capitalist, Mike Novogratz, Tyler Perry, Kanye West, and many, many others. After Victory’s talent and spiritual depth as discovered by Kanye West in 2019 she was invited to be a writer on Kanye’s Grammy award winning album “Jesus is King” and went on to become the primary lyricist for hit songs “Closed on Sunday” and” God Is.” Victory went on to win her first Grammy as a songwriter with Kanye and that same year she crafted the theme song for Russell Stover the Chocolate Company and their first commercial campaign in 20 years which went on to be a huge success. Victory began writing her sophomore album entitled “Glory Hour” in 2020 in the middle of the pandemic. “After spending several months writing Gospel songs for Kanye, and then ending up in a worldwide pandemic and seeing how much I needed the comfort of a savior, I knew I hope to keep writing the message of the Gospel in song. For myself first and then for the World.” Victory’s album Glory Hour” is slated to be released Q1 2023.

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