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Saturday 2nd May 2009

R&B gospel singer Charmain working on new album project

BRITISH R&B gospel singer Charmain is working on a new album with producer Al McKenzie, former musical director for Motown hitmakers the Temptations. The album will be co-produced by Dave Elevique. In recent times Charmain has been working as a vocal trainer for numerous pop stars and has worked on the West End musical Daddy Cool. She has also been running workshops for teenagers and visiting prisons, singing songs from her album debut. CR

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Posted by Charmain in London @ 16:56 on Jan 2 2013

Just to let you know that great things will happen this year 2013. My new album will be completed soon and I am really excited about it. It has been a long time in the making but there have been a few gaps to leave room to develop my music outfit "Giant Ensemble" , working with Shaking Stevens and touring many places doing live gigs with my musicians "Musical Insight" and also with Shaking Stevens. I am back on track now and completely focussed on completing this project. Some of the songs are in the mixing stage right now. Had to change the co-producer due to circumstances but rearing to go now and cannot wait for this to be out. Al McKenzie (Amac Records) has been a real rock in supporting me throughout and I have been blessed to have a great writer pen one of the songs on the album which I have just finished recording which seems to capture almost every scenario of my life in some way. Great job!!. You can view my profile on the official site of AMAC Records on the following link:
Catch up soon.
God bless.

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