Sunday evening, at the Higline Ballroom in NYC, people gathered to hear the sounds of up and coming artist Lenny Harold. Formally known as Chanj, the singer became a hit when he appeared on the "Apollo" and belted out Floetry's ballad "Say Yes." As the New Jersey native mentioned during his set this past weeked, he dropped the name Chanj so he could move on to create music that was original and not become lost in the mix of R&B male vocalists that are out today.
And with his album "The Journal of Wonders (Tale of the phoenix in the moon labyrinth)," he is becoming exactly who he wants to be. The album takes you through the ups and downs of love with a ride that is filled with magic and soul. And starting today you can download his album, but in celebration of his release, you can grab it for free--but only for today.
The party also featured music by other artists, including Olamide Faison. Known for his acting role on "Sesame Street," being a member of the boy group Imajin, and also being the younger brother of actor Donald, the artist performed a few lovely acoustic songs. My favorite from his set was "I Don't Know You," a song about a relationship that has hit rock bottom and one of the participating partners doesn't see the love in the other like they used to.
I guarantee that you will fall in love.
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