R&B songstylist MAJOR. just dropped his anticipated EP, “I Am MAJOR” via B.O.E./Empire Music.
MAJOR. kicked off the release of his nine-song, three interlude opus with a celebration party in Los Angeles where people like Niecy Nash (“Scream Queens”), Cornelius Smith (“Scandal”), singer La’Porsha Renae (“American Idol”), Kellee Stewart (“The Soul Man”), model Chasity Saunders and others came out to support.
The singer/songwriter who graduated from the Berklee School of Music told AlwaysAList.com he’s happy his EP is available now.
“FINALLY! I’m grateful, excited, and a lil nervous about it all. Long time coming and super long road ahead. Got to be great,” he expressed.
The Houston-bred entertainer, who has penned songs for Ariana Grande, Nathan Sykes and the “Think Like A Man Too” movie soundtrack, said the love his supporters have shown him has been overwhelming.
“The love has been refreshing, and at times, surprising,” he confessed. “Realizing how many folks have been rooting for me is humbling.”
MAJOR. performs for the crowd at this EP release celebration.
“American Idol” runner-up La’Porsha Renae poses with a poster of MAJOR.’s EP cover.
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