New Orleans born Funk N Soul Artist Freedove serves up her very own brand of musical gumbo fused with flavors of soul, gospel, rock & funk, topped with a message of faith, hope & love.
Freedove has trekked the international globe singing on stages & lending her voice to various recordings w/artists such as MC Lyte, The Wild Magnolias, Busta Rhymes, Zhane, Cyrille Neville, AJ Loria, Russian superstar Philipp Kirkorov, DJ Smash, Joe Battan, et al.Freedove's collaboration w/ German dance music outfit, 'Infinity" produced a minor hit of her own, “In the Name of Love.” (Shift/Warner Chappell) released on Dancemania compilations in Japan and Russia's Tanzmission 9, securing a sub-publishing deal for the artist with Warner Chappell Publishing.
The powerhouse joined Duran Duran on the remake of John Lennon’s “Instant Karma” to benefit Amnesty International’s Save Darfur campaign. In early 2012, the energetic performer once again brought her captivating voice to audiences in Russia for her annual residency of Moscow and Siberia. In Spring 2012, Freedove joined the lineup for the New Orleans Ladies of Soul Tour in San Paolo and Rio, Brazil alongside New Orleans vocal greats.
Collaborations include house music Producer/DJ Nicky Siano, Sweet Rains, Bad Boy's Younglord, and Jonny Sender to name a few. The music maven defied genre caging when releasing her first EP, 'Flight of The Freedove,' co-written and co-produced by some of the industry's finest, Bruce Smith, Peter Bunetta, Anthony Mazza. Freedove is currently recording 'After The Fire,' a musical mosaic that reflects her personal experiences and beautifully explores a wide range of themes for the artist. In 2013, Freedove co-penned and recorded the compelling title track to Redd Bone Productions' 'The Good Life' movie soundtrack.
This versatile chanteuse has graced the thespian stage as lead character Darima, in the National Black Theater’s off-Broadway production of “Futurology” and on the small screen as a recurring extra on TNT’s hit television series, “The Big Easy.” She also appears on Season 4 of Treme in 2013. You can hear her on the Girlfight movie score and on the title track to Redd Bone Productions' "The Good Life" movie soundtrack which she co-wrote and recorded in 2013.
“She is not afraid of tackling musical genre...you name it, it's all in there. If you like Soul, you will like her. If you like Funk, you will like her. If you like...let's cut to the chase and just say it's a safe bet there is going to be some part of her musical style that you are going to like. She's not afraid to experiment musically. And her music creates atmosphere which is something I particularly like in artists.” -Chris Levine, Eclectic Blogs
"The wheels are turning for this intriguing artist. Label execs should should seek her out before someone else snaps her up"- Larry Flick, Billboard Magazine
“You have a funky, soulful, beautiful voice, which you deliver dynamically & passionately, in a style of your own. Keep up the great work! You rock!”- Leslie J. Bialik, Real Rocker Girl
“The passion you have in music and entertaining permeate throughout your audiences and connects with them. It was great to see you and look forward to seeing you again soon.”- Heydt P., Fan
Performance venues include NY, NOLA, Los Angeles, San Francisco, Sidney, Brisbane, Zurich, Moscow, Siberia, Riga, Melbourne, Frankfurt, Berlin, London, et al.
ACTIVISM & OUTREACH
Freedove says she desires to continually make music to uplift, to heal, to incite dialogue, and mostly, to bring joy and hope to listeners. “I believe that every situation provides an opportunity to choose fear or faith, to grow, discover and learn. Life is a beautiful gift, and I’m blessed to be a vessel that is privileged to share the gift of music with others.” But she doesn’t just limit her sharing to the stage.
Freedove has volunteered at the Francis Residence in Brooklyn, NY, a transitional home for young homeless women and their infants, held positive living workshops mentoring teens and young adults at Little Flowers Developmental Center and ministered at NY’s Rikers Island Prison Complex with Stepping Stones Ministry.
While on a tour of Russia IN 2012, Freedove carried her humanitarian spirit abroad, sharing with local students in song and message. “The shows, the audiences were great! But I have to say, laughing, sharing and connecting with those kids, was the highlight of my trip.”
In Dec 2011, Fleet For Peace Radio released their first CD compilation, ‘Listen Up’ which features Freedove’s inspirational single ‘Rise.’ 100% of the monies raised from the sales of the “ListenUP” CD will be donated to the new “Eyes of Faith” National In-House Deliverance Women’s Ministry, which helps deliver women from drug and alcohol abuse and elicit lifestyles.
To commemorate the 7 year anniversary of Hurricane Katrina, Freedove re-released her single ‘The One’, a message of hope for the world, written by Freedove and produced by Gil Small of Groove City Productions. “There is still a lot that needs to be done and some are still struggling daily to put their lives back together in New Orleans and surrounding areas, and for them, a little help goes a long way.” All proceeds from the sale of ‘The One’ go to local charity and Gulf relief efforts. Freedove’s music can be found on her website, www.freedove.com, iTunes, Spotify and digital retailers worldwide.
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