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Jazz with a voice | The Music of Joel Crafton aka Black Pinoy

PART #1 OF INTERVIEW the phone lines lit up and over 80,000 people tunnes in and heard the song “it’s all about the love. Demonstrates that recording Joel Crafton is a solid artist. The song is gaining steam like a runaway train as new stations from around the world continue to add this song. We must remember it’s the voice of the people it’s not about A&R like back in the day.
The people have spoken and the DJs are listening thank you for your love and support inbox me if you don’t have the song I am honored to get it to you as I am honored for you to play. Going to adds let’s make this song a part of your playlist.

International recording artist Joel Crafton aka Black Pinoy
PART # of Interview Joel Crafton aka Black Pinoy

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Experience is a game changer – when it comes to music.

Experience is a game changer

Joel Crafton came from a major record label as a past EMI – artist. Today’s artist unexpectedly wondering, what, when and where the next gig will come from that will reconnect them with their fans. This coronavirus, has significantly affected the music business as a real game-changer in live performances, as some of the most skillful and well recognized artists are forced to do Facebook live concerts or some other video performances that would assure their fans that they are not forgotten. Visibility is everything in the entertainment world in the past 15 years I have flown all over the world established as a major artist performer I set myself up for this very thing. I’ve always had a strong international following and even more today it is proven to be more powerful than ever, radio Stations remembering me working for Atlantic Electra, Atco, WEA. Most of the big hit records R&B, jazz, disco,

I was one of the key people that made sure the radio stations played their songs that became hit records let it be noted. I am in no way taking full credit for their success I am merely stating collectively the people I worked for gave me the tools that have made me successful in where I am today, as a businessman record executive, music publisher writer, recording artist performer, piano player, singing in English Spanish Tagalog.  Multiple music awards. Acting skills studied under the late Tina satin the same acting coach Denzel Washington had.
Recognize as a world class martial artist with over 400 undefeated championships.  I am proud to be prodigy and student of the late, James Anthony Carmichael who produced early Diana Ross Michael Jackson and Lionel Richie who had made efforts to try to signed me with Motown records with my song She’s Sleek She’s Fine although the song did not come out on Motown it did extremely well. Motown was going through so very serious internal problems it was a blessing that James saw value in my musical ability and happy I learned some great arranging skills that will live with me forever.