Audrey Valentine – Say Yes

When it gets hot out the first thing people think is vacation, but not Audrey Valentine. The Chicago native has released yet another single, this one is entitled “Say Yes.”

Uptempo and fun, “Say Yes” is a vibe. The joint effort with Richie Wes was produced by Kid Breeze and features a nostalgic Floetry sample.

“Say Yes” has a contemporary sound but and old r’n’b sound. Almost reminiscent of Amerie’s “Why Don’t We Fall In Love,” “Say Yes” is the perfect summertime song.

https://soundcloud.com/audrey-valentine-2/say-yes-feat-richie-wes

Miranda6PM is Looking for Mr. Right

It’s finally summer, though the weather in Chicago is having a hard time figuring that out. Never to worry, the musicians have it all figured out and Miranda6PM is one of them. She hot new single “Mr. Right” feels just like summer time Chi.

A joint effort with Audrey Valentine, “Mr. Right” spawns from Miranda6PM’s debut album Before and After 6PM. A far cry from the “City Girls Summer” many thought would be a good idea, this duo is looking for an equal.

Known for her quick wit and smart lyrics, Miranda6PM has a style all her own and “Mr. Right” is proof.

Audrey Valentine Celebrates with Dear Daddy

There’s an obvious dissonance between the way society treats Mother’s Day and Father’s Day, but not Audrey Valentine. A month after celebrating her mother with the release of “Creole Queen” the Chicago born singer celebrates her father with “Dear Daddy.”

“Dear Daddy” is a heartfelt letter penned to the singers father in melodies anyone can appreciate. Valentine spends a little over three minutes thanking her father. Every daddy’s girl on the planet can relate to “Dear Daddy” and every father with a daughter can appreciate it.

Audrey Valentine Takes Her Time

Singer/ songwriter Audrey Valentine delivered fans a Valentine’s Day gift that’s sure to last once the candy is gone and the flowers have wilted. Thursday the Chicago native debuted her new single “Take My Time.”

Nothing is better than a relatable song and Audrey Valentine nailed it with “Take My Time.” The singer teamed up with Kid Breeze and Brill over a Lamar laid framework to remind fans that she too experiences the highs and lows of life and love.

A break from the monotony of every artist releasing love songs for Valentine’s Day, “Take My Time” is a reminder that sometimes taking a step back is best. Audrey Valentine also gives a much deserved nod to the neighborhood that made her. Chatham feel free to stand up.

Audrey Valentine’s Forbidden Fruit

A bit later than originally anticipated, Audrey Valentine’s second EP, Forbidden Fruit has finally arrived.

Forbidden Fruit is a stellar display of all the talent fans have grown to expect from the singer/songwriter and then some. The eight track effort has something for everyone and Valentine’s voice leaves nothing to be desired.

Unsurprisingly, Forbidden Fruit puts Valentine’s talent in the spotlight where it undoubtedly belongs. What may come as a is her decision to share that spotlight with some of Chicago’s other shining stars. A duet with Chantelle Tru, a dancehall inspired track with The Boy Illinois and the “Rider” remix with Joel Q are among Forbidden Fruit’s features. Z-Money lends his talents to the EP’s title track and fans will not be disappointed.

Forbidden Fruit

Chicago’s Rider: Audrey Valentine

Audrey Valentine is the definition of life long passion. Singing since she was four, Valentine is now sharing her talent with the world and helping to put Chicago on the map in the process.

Inspired by music greats Michael Jackson and Whitney Houston, Valentine’s passion for Music stared as a toddler and continued to grow throughout her youth. At thirteen, she went from songbird to songwriting when she started writing her own lyrics. As a college student, Valentine decided to turn her passion into a paycheck, pursing music full time.

In 2015, Valentine introduced herself and her sound to the world with her debut EP Love Hangover. Since then, she’s been a grind mode. Currently, Audrey Valentine is working on her upcoming project The Forbidden Fruit, slated for release this summer.

In the meantime, she’s promoting her single “Rider.” Produced by Epidemic and written by Valentine, the sexy single is exactly what Chicago’s music scene needs. The visual was filmed by A Zae Production.