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October 5, 2019

CLICK TO HEAR Ann G's first single from The Sarah Project album, "Something's Got to Give"

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(Los Angeles, CA)  --  She gave us Billboard top 20 R&B "If She Knew" on Atlantic Records years ago. Now, artist Ann G is back again as vocalist/writer/producer and has created a truly unique project in what she terms "R&B Beatbox" style. Her re The Sarah Project, she has created 100% of the tracking vocally. All drums, guitars, bass...human sounds. Without sacrificing beats, melodies or vibe she has managed to come up with something truly unique and relevant in music today. "The Sarah Project" is equipped with relatable concepts as well as lyrical gems to the end. The album releases early 2020 with the first official single, "Something's Got to Give" releasing on October 18th.

About Ann G

As a former Atlantic Records artist, Ann G released two projects ("On a Mission" and "From the Heart"). The first album produced the single "If She Knew" which landed at #16 on the Billboard R&B chart. Upon leaving Atlantic and moving from Atlanta to Los Angeles, Ann G worked behind the scenes songwriting, vocal producing and vocal coaching. She eventually delved deeper into the business side of things developing talent and procuring major label deals for a few artists.

She never lost her fire for creativity, especially her love for a good vocal arrangement. She started recording covers using only her voice and a mic. She remembers thinking at first, "I'm not 20 something anymore and this is not something that easily fits into any radio format so what am I doing?" Her next thought was, "Wait...this is a different day in music. It's good and bad. The bad is that it's harder than it was back in the day to secure the bag if that's what you're after. The good is that if you make good music, you don't have to be the standard, mainstream artist. You can just put your art out there for people who appreciate it and are moved by it...if that's what you're after."

Ann G currently lives in Las Vegas and commutes back and forth to Los Angeles when necessary. She says she enjoys the slower pace of Vegas living but it hasn't seemed to slow her creativity.

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