Nyah Bless Music gets Frivolous

Friday, May 17, 2019

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The Frivolous Nation rhythm is the latest project from Philadelphia-based Nyah Bless Music, which scored a radio hit last year with Nateesha Stream's cover of Angela Bofill's Tonight I Give In .

Hopeton Brown and Franz Richards are the principals of Nyah Bless Music. The 16-song Frivolous Nation compilation was released digitally in April and comprises roots, lovers rock and gospel songs.

“We have been working this project for about three years during which we may have dropped a few singles. However, it was not until Luciano's interview with Winford Williams on Onstage (television show) that I knew the timing was right to make this project a reality,” said Brown.

Featured on the Frivolous Nation beat are In The Dark by Luciano, Every Little Step by Kirk Davis and Armani Moodie, Common (Thriller U), My Sunshine (Dr Love), Never Fail Me Yet (Pinky Famous), My God (Nateesha Stream), and Everything I've Got by George Prophet.

God Never Fails, a five-song gospel EP, was Nyah Bless Music's previous release.

— Kevin Jackson

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