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Heart vs Head: International Indy Soul Artist J'Da Prynce
Spreads Message of Self-Love and Acceptance. Crowdfunding for Second Album and Tour in 2015
A popular international indy artist from Atlanta, GA, J’Da Prynce, the Entertainment Tailor, captivates audiences nightly as the lead singer for HEAT, a wildly popular international cover band that plays in five-star hotels from Bangkok, Thailand to Seoul, South Korea. Recently featured in Malaysia's New Straits Times, the band is gaining international attention for reviving soul music and chart topping favorites.
“I’m excited about the growing number of international fans. I feel encouraged that our brand of entertainment is reaching, and more importantly moving, people all over the world”, says J’Da Prynce.
While traveling overseas for the last three years, J’Da Prynce has been hard at work on his own sophomore album, Heart vs. Head, which he plans to release in late 2015. Additionally, he is preparing to take his international brand solo.
Originally from Newark, New Jersey, J’Da Prynce, whose real name is Jeremy Johnson, was raised in the south where his struggle for survival has no doubt influenced much of the soul you hear in his music. “I want to share where I am currently in my life's journey with our global community through my new CD project, Heart Vs. Head- a uniquely honest and vulnerable musical portrait that will encourage listeners to release their self-doubt, fears and worries. From mainstream music to social media, the world is filled with so much hatred and violence. Through my new music, I want to help people find self-love and acceptance despite what others may think of them.”
In the Summer of 2015, J’Da Prynce will take his music filled with messages of hope, inspiring lyrics and trance-like rhythms to audiences across the world. This month, J'Da will kick off the Heart Vs. Head Crowdfunding Campaign on IndieGogo.com. People around the world will get great funder perks and even become an associate producer on the project when they fund J’Da Prynce’s second album. The monies raised from the crowdfunding campaign will be used for such things as studio time, recording mixing and mastering; graphic design, promotions, etc.
In addition, J’Da Prynce has pledged to donate 10% of all crowdfunding raised from the Heart vs. Head campaign to the CHRIS KIDS Foundation (www.chriskids.org), which empowers children, youth and families in Atlanta to be self-sufficient contributing members of the community and reach their full potential.
Visit www.jdaprynce.com or www.facebook.com/