The Soul Ascension

The Home of Tomorrow's Emerging Talent

Thursday vibes, these ladies are getting it.

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@leilahegazy who placed 2nd at the #apollo last night is here sending #soulful chills down our spines #elevatedbk #livemusic #brooklyn

You should be here :) there’s still time to join us at @egllerybk yes! #elevatedbk #brooklyn #eddiehill #acoustic

#egallerybk @akilbstrange

Tonight we held our meeting overlooking the practice courts at #barclayscenter awesome view 👍 #elevatedbk no.2 is going to be awesome tomorrow! #brooklyn #brooklynnets

#elevatedbk round 2 goes down tomorrow night! Come join us at @egallerybk located at 459 Vanderbilt #brooklyn from 6-10PM! It’s gonna be epic 😁

French-Senegalese singer-songwriter @AnaisAida has already made waves on the music scene with a quintet of covers and her original song “Love Can Burn” to which she made an accompanying cinematic gem of a music video (above). Come out this Friday July 12th to see this NYU Clive Davis Alum performing live at Elevated: A Showcase of Today’s Emerging Talent, presented by The Soul Ascension & E Gallery.

With a sound reminiscent of the notable production team “The Neptunes”, Florida native Devin Tracy has already been featured on SoulBounce and will grace the stage at The Soul Ascension’s very first emerging artists showcase: Elevated this Friday at E Gallery BK. Check out this track by him and get ready to see him live! 

Lydia Paek is both a talented singer and a skilled dancer. In addition to being part of the Hip-Hop dance group, Quest Crew (winners of season three of America’s Best Dance Crew), she shares her musical talents via videos that have already garnered six figure view counts. She lends her smooth, sweet voice to a cover of “I Can’t Make You Love Me” in the video below made famous by Bonnie Raitt and more recently Adele. Take a listen.

At the intersection of Jazz, Soul & the music of Haiti is Melanie JB Charles. This singer/songwriter and multi - instrumentalist is Brooklyn born and world traveled. Her debut single from her sophomore project “Drifting (Tomo)” has a story that is as international as her experiences. Take a look at the premiere of her music video for “Drifting (Tomo)” which was shot during her recent trip to Haiti, recorded in New York and inspired in Japan.

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