Skip to main content

Q&A with Grammy Award Winner! Syreeta Thompson 💃💃

1.What is a typical day/week like for you?

Ha! My days start with a 6-8am workout, Then it's off to follow up phone calls, emails, radio interviews schedule & calendar reviews and it ends with practice time.

2. What is your best memory of the start of your career? 

I will never forget I got a got a chance to sit in with Freddie Hubbard.

3.What advice would you give to someone wanting to pursue this career?

I would strongly suggest that a person learn the business of music and develop meaningful relationships

4. How can you be booked for a show?

I can be booked at

5. What’s your favorite album from another artist? 

I love the new Mary J. Blidge record 
Strength of a woman

6.What song of yours are you most proud of? Tell us about your music

I love Blow yo horn! On this particular body of work, I get a chance to showcase my playing skills

7. What is your biggest accomplishment? 

My biggest success thus far is charting on Billboard and being a Grammy Winner

8. Name your top 5 dead or alive favorite artist of all time.

Freddie Hubbard, Lee Morgan, Renee Flemming, Wynton Marsalis & The Clark Sisters


Popular posts from this blog



1. What is a typical day/week like for you? Mornings are real estate brokerage work & band admin. I then hit the gym at noon to break up the day, and make sure I can fit back into my spandex at the next show. Afternoons & evenings are usually flex, but often include at least a little songwriting, a voice lesson, or a rehearsal. I like to go out a lot, hang with people and see live music, which helps inspire my music, performance, and life.

2. What is your best memory of the start of your career? My best memories were writing the album with Rob McLemore aka Crayton Huntly. We started this experiment in 2013, and couldn’t believe the amazing music we created together. We inspired each other with a manic excitement I have only experience with him, and I am so grateful to begin writing our next album together too.

3. What advice would you give to someone wanting to pursue music? You have to believe in what you’re doing. Ultimately, that is what motivates you to keep writing…

Interview with The LEGENDARY ZION ANTONI ⭐ ✊ 👑

Zion Antoni is a Freelance Journalist and Grassroots independent Recording artist/Record producer from the Bronx NY. He is the Founder/Chair of The Urban Cry LLC, a limited liability company with two main branches: Freelance Journalism, and an independent record company. The Urban Cry has administered to hundreds in American inner cities and has also extended reaches overseas internationally. The Urban cry in its independent ascent labored extensively in the grassroots, streets and record pools through freelance publishing, radio, activism, and books. Zion advocates consciousness, and brings to reality to light.

Following years of independent study and work, In his ascent he started a Progressive production label in 2003 in Philadelphia. By 2007 the label group grew in City notoriety Community activism and record sales. By 2008 he broke International with singles and toured, working in his own management and different record labels. With years of study, as a freelance journalist by 200…

Syreeta Thompson is a GRAMMY AWARD WINNER!


New York’s “Trumpet Lady” And Billboard Chart Topper to Release “Evolution of A Winner”

NEW YORK, NY – One of the greatest trumpet players in music has just made a big announcement. She will bedazzle her entire trumpet in Swarovski crystals to kick off the release of her upcoming album “Evolution of a Winner”, the follow up to her 2016 Billboard smash hit “Winner” which debuted at number one on the Billboard Jazz Album chart and spent over twenty-five weeks on the Billboard’s Jazz and Gospel music charts.

Syreeta will be hosting an album release weekend for her new project “Evolution of a Winner” from September 15-17 with a press run from Chicago to New York. The event will include two live performances at Agape Family Worship Center in Rahway, NJ for an anticipated crowd of 5,000 people.

Music fans have been singing the praises of Syre…