TRIPLE THREAT: BIG DED, Tulani, Sonny Digital

Look, we know we throw a lot of new music at you. We also know that not everyone who comes to this site has the time to be as involved with or informed about the local scene as maybe they’d like to be. So for those casual readers who either can’t or have no interest in keeping up with the parade of artists we try to cover, who may not know the difference between Bitter and Biters, we have created our TRIPLE THREAT feature. The premise is simple: Every Friday our writers will put their heads together and come up with three tracks that grabbed our attention over that week. Then we tell you why the songs are great and worth listening to. That’s it. Maybe some weeks we’ll have a guest commentator come in and share their favorites, but the format will always remain the same: three songs, some words, and we out. Enjoy. Read More

Beauty Of Giving Spotlight: Tulani

The Beauty of Giving Spotlight continues. Tulani, who is known best by touring with Lady Gaga and working with Musiq Soulchild, Angie Stone and the legendary Chaka Khan is making her way to the top. In the light of Tulani being on the rise, Sheen Magazine sat down with her to find out some of her ways and beauty of giving. Read More

Dancing it Out with Tulani!

Perfecting a craft or talent can be great difficult but once grasping those talents, magic can be made. Tulani is the prime example of cutting edge talent that is helping her to create magic. This triple threat is a singer, songwriter AND harpist. She has talent that is internationally known touring with Lady Gaga and opening for Parliament Funkadelic, Musiq Soulchild, Angie Stone and the legendary Chaka Khan. READ MORE

Tulani’s performance at ONE MusicFest described as ‘Epic’

Tulani performed on the main stage, Zeus, at ONE MusicFest 2016. Fans on social media was singing her praises, loved her energy and says her show was nothing less than “epic.” The Atlanta singer-songwriter and harpist performed her powerful ballad “Miss You,” a song that one reviewer says is reminiscent of Prince’s “Purple Rain,” where both artists long for a past lover. (Read More)