Combine the power of Aretha Franklin, the vocal range of Minnie Riperton, the pizazz and attitude of Chaka Khan, the stage presence of Patti Labelle and the soul of Etta James with a little bit of today’s twist and what would you get? Oh yes, none other than Suzy Q! This soulful yet youthful songstress has the ability to set anyones ears on fire. She has it all! Hailing from New Jersey, this gifted young lady isn’t new to the term music! Brought up in a musically inclined family, mom and a line of aunts and uncles, this cub is no stranger to the music wilderness. Since the tender age of 6 Suzy Q has belted tunes from The Clark Sisters to Rachelle Farrell.
At age 10, she sang ” The Greatest Love of All”, an all so popular tune by the one and only Whitney Houston, at an elementary school program and won the hearts of each and every person that stood in her presence. By the time she was 16, Suzy Q had won numerous contest and pageants all round with 5 respective wins on the infamous “Amateur Night at the Apollo.” Her passion for music was instilled in her from birth. Growing up the grandchild of a Bishop and Pastor of a Pentecostal Church she had no choice but to hone the craft God gifted to her. She is truly the future of music.Having worked side by side with some of the elite, she has graced Wyclef Jean’s new album “The Haitian Experience” and Marsha Ambrosius formerly of (Floetry) deemed her one of the best singers she’s heard in a long time! This girl is a threat across the board! Gifted Singer, Writer, Model, Intellect and Dancer, there’s nothing this young electric woman can’t do! One hit of her and you’re sure to overdose for she is certainly…
Suzy Q: Should I Cry
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