From staying power to keeping a career as #StrongAsGlass, Goapele sat down with Singersroom.com to catch up on the tidbits of maintaining it all and revealing the forthcoming details of fifth studio album. Watch here: http://singersroom.com/content/2014-08-27/EXCLUSIVE-Goapele-Talks-Upcoming-Album-Partnering-with-Eric-Benet-Longevity-More/
Goapele’s made a new transition and she’s giving everyone the heads up at BET.com about it! On her promotional tour in New York City, the songstress sat down with BET.com and addressed her switch of musical styles alongside Keith Harris, her more “in your face” style and influences. Click here for more.
Goapele’s on the arise with her next studio album “Strong As Glass” and she’s giving everyone a “Hey Boy!” as a heads up. Check out her performance and interview on Arise Entertainment here.
From talks about “R&B Divas,” turning down singing for President George W. Bush (but singing for President Obama), to becoming a fried chicken connoisseur, Goapele caught up Sway on Sway’s Universe to discuss among many things (besides her domestic skills) her new music “Hey Boy” and album “Strong As Glass.” Click here to watch.
Goapele just released her latest graphic tee design in partnership with Wildlife Works, a carbon-neutral fashion company that protects wildlife and forests in Kenya. Proceeds from these tees go directly to wildlife and forest conservation and supporting sustainable jobs at Wildlife Works’ wildlife sanctuary in Southeast Kenya. Learn more about the sanctuary’s fair trade eco-factory where the tees were made …
The Door, by Ava DuVernay, the fifth Miu Miu Women’s Tale, is a celebration of the transformative power of feminine bonds, and a symbolic story of life change.
Perhaps you’ve seen the billboards, the newspaper cover stories, or you’re on their SF short list of guests for the variety of events they hold in their new store – Goapele is a UNIQLO ambassador.
What’s Good in music? The addition of the Soul Train Award for Best Independent R&B/Soul Artist or Group. This year’s nominees represent some of the strongest R&B and soul acts who have a strong digital sales, radio spins in the urban adult or urban mainstream format and a substantial indie following.
Goapele visited the Brooklyn Academy of Music back in August for “Chop it Up” for Wholesome Wave – an organization that strives to make healthy, good food accessible to under served communities. Goapele performed great acoustic set, the food was scrumptious and the message is important. Find out more here:
Oakland singer-songwriter Goapele hosts an evening with some of the San Francisco music scene’s key players. The folks from Noise Pop, DJ Aaron Axelsen and the CEO of OM Records will offer their insight into the local music scene. Bring your burning questions about the biz; they’ll drop some serious knowledge.