We are celebrating Angela for many reasons. She’s at the center of historic Black music culture as a prominent radio and TV icon who hosted BET’s “Screen Scene,” Co-Hosted alongside Donnie Simpson on “Video Soul and became a significant trendsetter of the Quiet Storm with the late Melvin Lindsey.
Angela Stribling helped launch the 24-hour jazz network called BET JAZZ which included Jazz Central, Jazz Scene, and Jazz Discovery. We choose the month of June to feature Ms. Stribling during National Black Music Month for her contributions in addition to her growing fame as a global recording artist.
Her distinctive sultry voice is magical in her latest single “Pillow Talk” which is produced by multiple Grammy award winners Marcus Miller featuring Will Downing and Gerald Albright.
Angela has traveled the world with other renowned musicians and entertainers. She recorded two CD’s including “Live At The Blue Note”, and “Tokyo Sundays.” Other music collaborations include the legendary Stevie Wonder, saxophonist Kim Waters, and pianist Marcus Johnson, NAJEE #VanMorrison#HoraceSilver
Angela is often compared with artists Phyliss Hyman, Erykah Badu, and Sade.