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Charlotte, NC is the birthplace of the freshman self-entitled album written, arranged, recorded, produced and distributed by unsigned Soul/Hip-Hop Artist, Sista 6.
“Love is on the Way” is a unique Intro sung a cappella with a southern gospel twang. It was written as an uplifting concoction for those suffering from the rise and fall of love. This songbird’s sound merges energies from Gospel, Jazz, R&B, Country, Hip-Hop, and Pop. She has stirred-up a masterpiece of problems, causes and solutions to elevate every generation to new heights of hope and motivation.
The smashing singles, “Caveman” and “Call Me”, are definitely on the rise. While “Caveman” showcases Sista 6’s storytelling ability, “Call Me”, exemplifies how she handles confrontation with class and integrity. Her true gift is found on the song “Holdin’ Me”, Sista 6 explains how “Holdin’ Me” was created: “While waiting at home for a friend to arrive I was going through new music submissions and I ran across a track that spoke to me and immediately all these feelings came so I ran into the booth, pressed record and the magic happened. I sung what I was feeling and within 3 mins and 26 seconds “Holdin’ Me” was born. After replaying it I became teary-eyed, in awe of my own power because it was perfect, it was real… it was my life, exposed.” She exits the album with “Help U.S.” a Go-Go infused track encouraging all who hears her to find and do what makes them happy in life.
Sista 6 likes to think of her music as Her Life revealed in real-time. When asked why she calls herself Sista 6, she says because she was born on the 6th of November and she is a sister to the world.
Love is on the Way
You Got Me
Surviving Da Hood
Ms. Freeman began her quest to sing her way into many of hearts in sweet Greensboro, NC. Inspired by her father an accomplished musician, Charmin (a family nickname) began performing gospel tunes with her Dad and 2 sisters creating “The Freeman Four”.
In 2000 she signed to 704 Records owned by the late Mark White. Maturing physically, spiritually and mentally this young lady created her stage name "6" based off of her birth date, "6" of Nov. 6 began expressing life, reality and love through her songwriting. Gaining popularity in the Carolina's soul music scene with unique melodies, she released her debut album Equalibrium, The Balance of Life May 2001. Along with rising popularity Equalibrium (with an A) was accepted. As a result bookings for prominent venues increased; Founders Hall, House of Jazz, Johnson C Smith University, just to name a few.
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