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The best kept secret in music





Still working on that hot first release.


Feeling a bit camera shy


If you want to be taken on a soulful journey, Kenny Brazeal has your first class ticket waiting along with captivating vocals that tantalize every emotion. Brazeal has the ability to take you back to a time when songs were simple yet meaningful and without flaw. He creatively transitions these melodies into sounds that we enjoy today. You will notice his musical influences in his work such as Donny Hathaway and Al Jarreau.

His live performances with a band are a must. You will be blown away by his signature voice and urban trend. This smooth lyricist’s captivating voice is said to be a blend of the likes of Marvin Gaye and D’Angelo.

This native New Yorker, who now resides in Atlanta, Georgia, is gradually making his mark on the music scene. He has performed at many venues with major focus in the Atlanta area. When he takes the stage, Brazeal's sultry voice has the audience sitting on the edge of their seats. He has made appearances at the Civic Center, Lakewood Amphitheater, Cafe 290, The Crows Nest and The Redlight Café. In June of 2003, he was the closing act for The International Georgia Convention Center’s grand opening ceremony. His music continues to be played on Atlanta’s WRFG (89.3 FM) airwaves.

Brazeal has produced and written many songs for local R&B and Hip Hop artists. He has completed his own R&B album. His project entitled, “Love So Sweet,” brings forward every emotion ranging from love to pain with songs like “If I Go Away” and “If I Cry.” Then he flips the script and transcends his connection with street life in cuts like “I Wish,” “Hands Up,” and “Something ‘Bout You”

This solo artist is also a talented actor. In the late 1990’s, he had a principal role in the inspirational stage play called BackStabbers. The production traveled all over the Southeast region of the United States. In 2003, he co-starred in the independent short film entitled, "Taste of Life." He also produced several songs for the soundtrack. That same year, he co-produced the pilot for the award winning actor/comedian, J. Anthony Brown whose latest project was a role in the feature film, Drumline and is part of the national radio syndicated program “The Tom Joyner Morning Show.”

Brazeal knows how important it is to keep his instrument sharp. He continues to take voice lessons from the highly recommended “Jan Smith Studios” located in Atlanta. He is scheduled to take refresher-acting courses at the Atlanta Alliance Theatre in March of 2004.

Brazeal's blend of old and new creates a unique style of smooth Hip Hop - R&B tracks. His strongly produced CD is one you can thoroughly appreciate.

For more information including booking, contact Tamara Wilson at 678.516.8458 or Tamara@wyntersweet.com.