Mecie delivers a Holiday hit that sets the tone for those in need of a good reality check.
You know sometimes the Holidays can give some of us Blues and it usually has to do with Love or the lack thereof. In case you don’t fully grasp it, I’ll let Mecie break it down.
Mecie, who has also added her signature talents on the hit singles “Fly Again” and “Soul Holiday” for the GRAMMY Award-winning and legendary group The Sounds of Blackness as well as “Cast The First Stone” for GRAMMY Award-winner Le’Andria Johnson is again looking to treat her fans worldwide to the best of songs as she beauty marks the face of Blues with another roof-raising release, “Holiday Blues” produced by platinum producer “Herb Middleton.”
MECIE is looking to make a major impact on the music scene in 2020 bringing back the love of live blues, the root of soul music again, a feature that has been lost for a while. There has been an absence of thought-provoking, healing music in recent times and MECIE is looking to resurrect music that heals and talks about love, pain, and relationships of this generation. This goal has been reiterated with her recent works which include the recently released “Man For Me” written and produced by Mike Decole, J. Isaac Moore, Robbie Rob, and Jamecia Bennett and recent collab with another talented recording artist, Raheem DeVaughn titled “Need To Know.
Part of a great musical legacy including coming up under Jimmy Jam and Terry Lewis who have been Mecie’s mentors for years, this multi-hyphenate artist is heading into the new decade with a serious purpose. About her relationship with the super duo she says “They taught me the studio process and were responsible for many of my musical accomplishments, I will always be grateful.” She was part of the musical tribute to the pair at the 2019 Soul Train Music Awards.
Singer, Songwriter, Actress, Producer, Vocal Arranger, and Artist Developer with a passion for making good music. The 3-time GRAMMY Award-winner currently lives in Minneapolis where she is either gigging with her live band “J Movement “or carrying the torch of being the new featured vocalist of the original GRAMMY Award-winning Sounds of Blackness.