Last night in Atlanta, concert venue Vinyl was packed out as Bryan M. Cox, Rea Davis and Mylah presented The Revival with performing artist consisting of Wondaland Records own Roman GianArthur, Mylah and Ash.
Hosted by Bryan M. Cox and Rea Davis, the jumped off as Mylah hit the stage coving Mary J. Blige’s 1992 hit song “Real Love”, Faith Evans “You Gets No Love” released in 2001, then hit everyone with a cover of Chris Brown’s new song “Sex You Back To Sleep” all before performing her song, “Off Of U” off of her Supply And Demand EP. Afterwards, singer/songwriter Ash gave everyone a taste of the Perfect EP. Performing her songs “Lost”, “Anyway”, her seductive track “Dear Dream” and her EP titled track.
To close out the night, Wondaland Records artist Roman GianArthur hit the stage and delivered a sound that many have come to miss. Starting off his performance by paying tribute to Prince and the Revolution as he covered his 1984 hit song, “Let’s Go Crazy”. All while performing a 45 minute set that displayed his uniquly missed style of music that fuses Funk and Rock together. Even after his performance Bryan M. Cox came on to the stage to let the people know, his sound is what we created, but today isn’t the norm. Artist like Roman GianArthur definitely give black music hope for today as you could tell that he comes from a background of musicial influencers and conposers (which will be talked about later in a post concert interview). After Bryan M. Cox finished speaking, Roman GianArthur hit the stage to perform his hit song that the ladies went crazy for and was Roman’s debut single titled, “I-69“.
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