Richelle L. Brown aka Cornbread
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Richelle L. Brown aka Cornbread

Atlanta, Georgia, United States | SELF

Atlanta, Georgia, United States | SELF
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"Cornbread, Richelle, and Us (Interview)"

What do you think of labels and genre's?
Every since my mind can recollect I hated to be boxed into anything. None the less, I do realize that people want to be able to associate, relate, and relay, so genre's are necessary for that reason... - http://drankanddank.blogspot.com


"Video: Richelle L. Brown aka Cornbread – Blackberry Pie REMIX (BBP RMX)"

Damn! It feels good to know some talented ass people in Atlanta. This sister been on her grind tough with her sound and look. The school band would have a field day with this track but you can get her latest project Cornbread, Richelle & Me:The Groovetape download on her website http:thespaceagehippie.com - http://konfession45.wordpress.com


"[Music Video] Richelle Browne a.k.a Cornbread – “Shine”"

Richelle L. Brown aka Cornbread, Has been killing the Atlanta Indie scene. With her soulful sound and Funky feel, she has taking the Atlanta scene by storm. While being constantly compared to Joanelle Monae and Missy Elliott, she is a 1 of a kind talent. College radio has embrassed songs from her 1st EP “The Example Project”. UGA radio in Athens has retired 2 of her songs from the #1 spot and is still gaining constant request. If you haven’t seen her perform live you are truely missing out. With her non stop energy and gift of drawing in the crowd has placed her position to be the next Soulful Funk Diva from the south. She has opened for Sunshine Anderson, Kendrick Lamar, Freddie Gibbs, Yelawolf, Bobby Creekwater, Playboy Tre, Jackie Chain and other signed artists. She is had at work on her new project and here is a peak at what’s to come. Here is new video “Shine” from her new project “Cornbread, Richelle and Me”. Enjoy!!
- http://thesmkaexperience.com


"Something crunk about Cornbread's 'Blackberry Pie' remix"

Atlanta artist Richelle L. Brown aka Cornbread has dropped a new video for the remix of "Blackberry Pie." The song appears on her latest project, Cornbread, Richelle & Me: The Groovetape. Her unbridled brand of funkiness has been under my skin for awhile now — at least since she introduced herself as the "Swagga Black Country Queen" back in 2009. Since then, she's been spreading herself around with solo efforts while singing background and collaborating with multiple Atlanta artists and MCs, from Aleon Craft to Alive and Well (Mike Flo and Ekundayo).

She's one of those artists that piques my curiosity because I never quite know what to expect from her. That and the fact that she seems to have an underlying fearlessness and playful energy that pushes her to experiment and explore, like a kid eager to break a few rules. So far it's taken her from electro-based future funk and dance grooves to vintage Funkadelic guitar wildouts featuring her unrestrained vocals — an old soul from a new school. But something tells me that ain't even the half where Cornbread's concerned. - http://clatl.com


"The Dirty Boy Social Club presents Richelle L. Brown on Thursday, June 16th"

Bringing back true moxie and funk to the music sphere. Richelle L. Brown is that missing energy. Crowned the new queen of Electro Funk Dance Music, a passionate singer, songwriter and performer birthed from that gritty red clay and southern spunk of what we innately call Georgia. Richelle L. Brown joins the movement of retro songstresses that are invading the hyperspace experience. Similar to the Acid Jazz wave of the 90’s that garnered such artist as Nadea Davenport; Richelle L. Brown is that new funk. - http://thedrunkenunicornvenue.blogspot.com


"Down and 'Dirty' at the Drunken Unicorn"

It's not often a night like this takes place, but the recent full moon could be just cause. Included amongst the rare delights are Richelle L. Brown aka Cornbread, the highlight of the evening. Country electro queendom is upon you from the likes of her youtube performance. She hails from the red clay of Georgia and considering her affinity for "chucks...[and] vintage dresses", she will give the Unicorn and its sister friends of MJQ something they all will dig. - http://www.examiner.com


"ATLANTA INDIE FEST 2011 PT 1"

RICHELLE L. BROWN aka CornBread was the first performance i witnessed and her energy was phenomenal - http://www.thetapedeck.net


Discography

"The Example Project" - EP release fall 2009

"BlackBerry Pie" - single Release summer 2009

"Love me, Kiss me" - single released on "the Love No More" by Chris Mccadoo

"Electric Streams"- on "GangLeader vol 4" By sidestreet ked of dungeon family

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Bringing back true moxie and funk to the music sphere. Richelle L. Brown is that missing energy. Crowned the new queen of Electro Funk Dance Music, a passionate singer, songwriter and performer birthed from that gritty red clay and southern spunk of what we innately call Georgia. Richelle L. Brown joins the movement of retro songstresses that are invading the hyperspace experience. Similar to the HipHop wave of the 90’s that garnered such artist as Missy Elliot; Richelle L. Brown is that new funk.

Her passion for music sparked during a time when V-103 had more than 10 songs in rotation, and her frequent regimen in Conyers, GA was sitting shotgun in her mother’s Eagle Summit Hatchback, driving down West Avenue or detouring the back streets as the sounds of The Funkadelics, R. Kelly, Parliament, Janet Jackson, Chaka Khan and Keith Sweat, resonated through her ears.

Fast forward over a decade and Richelle L. Brown’s introduction song, “Swagga Black Country Queen” is that 2010 vivid snapshot of an everyday southern socialite lifestyle, where candy colored Chevy Dunks parade down Peachtree, hipsters dance on the bar at the soundtable or congregate at MJQ, and ladies fashionably costumed sporting exclusive knee-hi Chuck Taylor’s under an 80’s vintage dress, showcasing what’s really meant by “country queen vintage exclusive”.

The debut EP, “The Example Project” will take you on a voyage of Open Experimental Music thoughtfully constructed to provoke an undeniable progression of music themed by that lifestyle with just the right balance of funk and mojo, that listeners have eagerly waited for. And as open and free as a celestial vessel, the experience of Richelle L. Brown will leave you feeble with only a passion to inspire and move your body.

So lace up your Chucks and enjoy the energy of Richelle L. Brown. www.myspace.com/richellelbrown