Today, We Sound Crazy, the critically acclaimed podcast and radio show, premiered “You Bring the Love” featuring Grammy-nominated superstar Tamar Braxton on all major digital streaming platforms. Written and produced by We Sound Crazy co-hosts Claude Kelly and Chuck Harmony, the holiday track is the first original song released under We Sound Crazy in partnership with Tamar Braxton Productions and MNRK.
With the debut of “You Bring the Love,” We Sound Crazy enters its latest era of expansion as the first and only podcast to create and distribute original music featuring some of the most talented artists of today. Listeners can expect additional tracks to accompany future episodes throughout the season.
Hosted by industry vets Claude Kelly, Chuck Harmony, Tamone Bacon and Phil Thornton, We Sound Crazy is a go-to destination for authentic and transparent conversation with a ‘who’s who’ in music, television and film. This week’s episode features rising R&B trio The Shindellas. Past guests include Usher, Mary J. Blige, Kim Burrell, Jennifer Hudson, SWV, Kirk Franklin, Tevin Campbell, Raphael Saadiq & Tony! Toni! Toné!, Tamar Braxton, Erica Campbell, Donald Lawrence, Durand Bernarr, Mignon Francois, and more.
The SiriusXM broadcast of We Sound Crazy is made possible by strategic partnerships with the National Museum of African American Music, Visit Music City, Miles Ahead Broadcasting and distributor Mocha Podcasts Network. The show can be found on HUR Voices Channel 141 on SiriusXM and Atlanta’s Peachtree TV (WPCH), Monday’s at 7PM EST.
“You Bring the Love” is available on all major digital streaming platforms: HERE. Subscribe to We Sound Crazy on Spotify, Apple Podcasts, YouTube and all major podcast platforms.
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Levar Kemp is the Editor-In-Chief of Snubb3d Magazine. He is a alum of Howard University in Washington D.C. Mr. Kemp is a producer, director and has a passion for the arts. His diverse background in the industry includes but not limited to: BET, VIACOM, VH1, and other well known publications.