Stop the press! Radio friendly Spoken Word? Wait a minute. A poet releasing singles? That’s right. Spoken Word veteran Renea L. Moss has dropped her second album entitled “Love Cost”, featuring the hit single “Ghetto Exodus” produced by the Black Violinist, which can be heard soon on a radio station near you.
Renea L. Moss’s highly anticipated sophomore CD release, “Love Costs”, takes spoken word to the next level. With its infusion of classical hip-hip, house and R & B, it creates poignant thought with a steady beat making you want to dance and change the world at the same time. Her chosen metaphors accompanied by heart thumping beats, nurture an atmosphere that aids in the telling of frank tales of life, love, and sex.
Assuming her place in the nominee ballot for a Grammy as Best Spoken Word Artist of the year, the supreme deliverer is taking this serious, “I plan on walking that stage come February 2006”. Embarking on a 15-city US tour, Renea will be attacking the Southeast and Northwest Territories, also promoting her debut book “In Your Face”, which reached 20,000 units distributed since 2000. “In Your Face” can now be purchased at www.ReneasWorld.com.
Beginning in May and extending though June the hardworking lyricist will have feature performances in Atlanta, Orlando, Tampa, Jacksonville, Gainesville, West Palm Beach, Ft. Lauderdale and Miami. Taking some time to work on the release of her second single, in August and September, the poetic narrator will return to the road continuing her tour stopping in Milwaukee, Chicago, DC and Detroit.
“Love Costs” is available online at www.Cdbaby.com and is expected to hit Southeast regional FYE music chain stores at the end of May. South Florida Residents can also find “Love Costs” locally at Blue Note Records and Natural Trendsetters.
Continually campaigning for her shot at a Grammy for Best Spoken Word Artist, Renea L. Moss has secured a significant television showcase opportunity that will be featured on an hour-long pay-per view special. After reviewing video footage of Renea L. Moss’, the new wave of broadband over the Internet contacted Renea regarding her appearance for the special presentation. Renea L. Moss is the first spoken word artist to ever be considered for this type of production.