Intuition: Songs From The Minds Of Women

2018 has been the year of the women and Intuition: Songs From The Minds of Women, a great compilation focusing on the rich contributions of expressions by esteemed female composers like: Sade, Angela BofillTracey Chapman, Joni Mitchell, Linda Creed, Brenda Russell,  Kate Bush, (with a Maxwell twist),is wrapped in diverse music styles including soul, jazz, Latin, classical and gospel, as presented in music by Alicia Olatuja.  Appropriately titled and timed. Intuitions will be released on February 22, 2019 during Black History Month on Resilience Music Group.

 Alicia’s striking and widely seen 2013 solo performance was before millions+, as the African-American lead female vocalist at America’s first-ever elected black President, Barack Obama’s second inauguration during her moment in history. Singing “The Battle Hymn of the Republic,” in global television audience, was evident of her proven record as a lustrous classically trained vocalist.

“The young lady was breathtaking… fantastic… unreal.”

-The View 

Inauguration Performance: “The Battle Hymn of the Republic”” 

“[a] singer with a strong, lustrous tone and an amiably regal presence onstage.”

                                                                                       -New York Times

Alicia has achieved what most only dream of.

 On her stunning debut on Resilience, Olatuja lends her distinctive approach to celebrating the artistic output of noted female composers:

“So Good, So Right” (Brenda Russell), Smooth R&B
“No Ordinary Love” (Sade Adu), British Soul
“Give Me One Reason” (Tracy Chapman), Contemporary Blues
“People Make The World Go Round” (Linda Creed), Philadelphia Soul
“Cherokee Louise” (Joni Mitchell), American Singer/Songwriter
“Hide And Seek” (Imogen Heap), EDM

“Grácias A La Vida” (Violeta Parra), Chilean Nueva Canción
“Just Wait” (Alicia Olatuja), New Contemporary Ballad
“Child of the Moon” (Natalya Philips), American Singer-Songwriter
“Under The Moon And Over The Sky” (Angela Bofill), Latin Jazz
“Transform” (Molly Pease), New Contemporary Ballad
“Oriana” (Justine Bradley), Progressive Jazz Ballad

The future is female being able to create and contribute, being heard and validated, feeling more empowered in a wave of expressions through film, television, the media and in song.

Woman (2)New York Daily News: Soloist Alicia Olatuja of The Brooklyn Tabernacle Choir sings while the group has its soundcheck at the Capitol.

Alicia Olatuja
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