Queen Diva Takes The Stage In Upcoming ’90s Soul Divas Tribute

Metropolitan Zoom, the leader in virtual Cabaret, Jazz, and Comedy experiences, invites you to hear the exquisite sounds of Queen Diva in a 90s Soul Divas Tribute. The 75-minute line-up of soul-touching songs includes top hits from R&B/Soul and Jazz legends such as “Don’t Let Go” by EnVogue and “Best Friend” by Brandy. Queen Diva will also be singing her own original hits, Is U In and Kisses In The Dark. Queen Diva believes the ’90s was a time in her life when she was paying her dues as a young singer and songwriter and she loved every single moment of it. It was a decade when all styles of R&B music were fun and enjoyable. “I missed the creativity and good times I had in the 90s. Singing these songs gives me such great joy and I smile every time I sing them” Queen Diva stated.

“It was important to me to have this tribute on Juneteenth to help preserve the rich musical legacy of so many African-American 90’s Soul Divas who are both still singing and those who are not actively singing professionally. I wanted to show that their music is still relevant in 2021 and so many fans still adore their songs,” says Queen Diva.

Queen Diva is a Caribbean and French singer, songwriter, and entrepreneur. Born in (Jamacia) Queens, NY, and raised in Houston, TX, Queen Diva is an award-winning vocalist who is most often compared to the sounds of Jill Scott, Jennifer Hudson, and Whitney Houston. From singing in the hallways of the music department in Prairie View, Texas, to singing on Broadway, Queen Diva’s sound pulls from influences of r&b, blues, and jazz, tied together by her signature five-octave range.

Years after leaving her musical dreams behind, Queen Diva once again finds herself sharing music with the world as a way to promote healing, unity, and peace. She has worked alongside Stellar award-winning Kurt Carr & the Kurt Carr Singers, James Fortune & FIYA, Kathy Taylor, Donald Lawrence, Jonathan Nelson, Shari Jones-Moffet, as well as R&B/Soul/Dance artists such as Terry Ellis of En Vogue, Di Reed of JADE, Jaime Foxx, Mike Phillips, Reina, & Ayanda Sunshine. Now celebrating over 30 years in the music industry, Queen Diva performance venues include Sullivan Hall, Metropolitan Room, Beaumont Theater in Lincoln Center, Apollo Theater, Yotel Hotel, Club Iguana, Village Underground, Shrine World Music Venue, and Ashford & Simpson’s The Sugar Bar.

Queen Diva in “90’s Soul Divas Tribute” will be LIVE from Divine Voices Media Studios in Houston, Texas on Saturday, June 19, 2021, at 7pm CST/8pm EST on www.metropolitanzoom.com.

Author 💙 Publicist 💙 Producer 💙 Serial Entrepreneur. I mainly write about business and mental health. Be sure to follow me! www.dovebennett.com

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Dove Bennett

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Author 💙 Publicist 💙 Producer 💙 Serial Entrepreneur. I mainly write about business and mental health. Be sure to follow me! www.dovebennett.com

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