Rich Lowe sings from the soul


    Old soul and ample business ethic have new R&B sensation, Rich Lowe in a class of his own as he prepares for a 2013, mainstream music debut with his bracing cover of Jackie Wilson’s 1958 “Lonely Teardrops.”
    At just the age of 21, the Brooklyn native has earned accolades as a singer, songwriter and producer. Rich continues to impress as the co-founder and co-CEO of Foster Brothers Music Productions from which he will be dropping his debut single.
    Rich’s upbeat, soulful rendition of 1999 Grammy Hall of Fame inducted “Lonely Teardrops” has made quite a buzz in the music community.
    The newbie is continuing to develop an impressive resume with his recent and past projects. In a short time on the music scene, Rich has received writing and producing credits from work with rap-legend, Erick Sermon, lyricist, Genasis of G-Unit and contemporary singer, Ginette Claudette of Universal Republic.
    Forced into an adverse upbringing with both his parents being incarcerated by the time he was 3-years-old, Rich turned to music as his refuge and has been singing since he enrolled in the Brooklyn High School of the Arts at the age of 14.
    A management change and two R&B groups later, Rich has found himself on a solo career path that has allowed him to work even more creatively writing, singing and producing.
    The East-New York soul singer plans to release original music in 2013. His “Lonely Teardrops” rendition was released earlier this month.

    Watch the music video for "Lonely Teardrops" below.

    —Jordane Frazier



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