“Premiere: Kendra Foster Shares Self-Titled Album and Hints at New D’Angelo Music” by Ross Scarano, Complex Magazine, June 22, 2016

Like a bottle rocket, Kendra Foster took off from practically nowhere in December 2014, launched into the public consciousness for her work on D’Angelo’s long-awaited third album, Black Messiah. Her words completed eight of the LP’s 12 songs, and her smoky voice can be heard complicating the flavor of, among others, “Till It’s Done (Tutu).” Her SEO […]

“Singer Kendra Foster Debuts Funky Love Note ‘Promise to Stay Here’ (Premiere)” by Adelle Platon, Billboard, April 5, 2016

“Singer Kendra Foster Debuts Funky Love Note ‘Promise to Stay Here’ (Premiere)” After landing co-writing credits on D’Angelo’s 2014 comeback effort Black Messiah, which took home Grammy Awards for best R&B song for “Really Love” and best R&B album, songstress Kendra Foster has been fine-tuning her own material for an upcoming solo effort. Here, she […]

FunkGodJazz&Medicine: Funk. Visiting Xenobia Bailey and her Collab w/The Boys & Girls High School

As many of you know, In September/October, this year 2014 (earlier in the fall:), I was invited by the awesome Simone Leigh, artist, to perform for the “Medicine” and “Jazz” portion of the “FunkGodJazzMedicine: Black Radical Brooklyn” exhibition presented by Creative Time (same folk that presented #karawalkerdomino) and Weeksville Heritage Center, to bring more awareness […]