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"This I Know: Eartha Is A Star"

“When EARTHA walks into a room, you notice her... To say, all eyes turn her way is an understatement.” - Fresh Magazine

"Simply Different EARTHA"

"But even in this arena of innovative new sound there is always one step further you can go...and Eartha has taken that step and has kept right on moving." - Dysonna Magazine


"...Look for this artist’s uniqueness to shine through on this, and follow-up projects.” - Progressive Airplay (PAJ)

"You Go, Girl!"

"Eartha performs with an acute musical awareness, great degree of sensibility and full-throttled passion." - The New York Beacon

"The Best In Recorded Music:Sounding Off"

"EARTHA, This I Know" - Ebony Magazine

"Eartha: Eclectic Roots"

"Many artists have begun infusing all types of sounds into their music, making it diverse and often unpredictable. Eartha is leading the way." - Rolling Out Magazine

"R&B, (UK)"

... coming on like a Prince-type artist, writes, sings, produces, programmes and plays almost everything on the album. She kicks off with the deep housey-vibed ‘Love Jones’. She weaves some delicious dancey grooves like ‘Vision’, ‘Ain’t Nothin’ Wrong, and mellows out occasionally on cuts like the title track and ‘Shekinah Glory’.” - Kwaku, DJ Magazine


“[Love Jones] is set to a super-tight track of beats... It comes in five distinct mixes (the Latin one is no joke)...You'll be convinced after one listen” - The Urban Network Magazine

"In The Spirit"

"Eartha ...the girl can really sing.” - Billboard Magazine

"Al Green, Delbert McClinton, Eartha Issue New Albums"

"...multi-instrumentalist Eartha releases her debut, This I Know, an album of gospel funk jams. - VH1 Contributing Editor Eric Schumacher-Rasmussen


2010 Ink Dry Blue
2002 Sidebars
2001 Love Jones, Maxi Single
2000 This I Know



EARTHA, double Grammy nominee and winner, is an eclectic alternative artist, musician, and songwriter, whose debut CD “This I Know” captured the attention of DJ’s across the country and proved to be a hit among music enthusiasts. The project’s maxi-single “Love Jones” garnered spot #2 among Billboard’s Top Five Hot Dance Breakouts in 2001. Having created such a buzz, Eartha set the stage for the success that would follow her sophomore CD “Sidebars”, which consisted of 15 tracks of soul-inspirational music. Eartha fashions a distinctly new strain of music that converges the sounds of alternative, rock, and soul. Like “This I Know”, her follow-up release “Sidebars” was a mixture of rhythmic musical patterns that transcended the generic sounds that have come to be known in popular music. This release, for which she garnered two Grammy nominations and a win was written, arranged and produced by Eartha with mixes by Chris Puram (Janet Jackson “All For You”; Jermaine Dupri “Life in 1472”). Her vocal/chording arrangements are captivating and engaging. For more information about Eartha, visit