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My Majic 102.3 is embracing local talent and so every Monday, will prominently feature a local artist on the site.

One Monday out of the month, My Majic 102.3 will host a New Music Monday listening party that will feature an artist that has been featured online and has received the most votes.

If you would like to be featured on My Majic’s New Music Monday please upload your song in a MP3 format, your photo, your bio, contact information and a link to your music artist page here.

This week’s featured artist is Robert E. Person.

Artist Bio: 

“Stunning,” “flawless” and “moving” are just a few of the words that have been used to describe the crystal clear vocals of Inspirational Artist Robert E. Person. With an amazing timbre, superior vocal control and spirited delivery, Person provides the perfect recipe for a memorable music experience. Although his vocal prowess brings to mind other excellent vocalists such as Daryl Coley, Larnelle Harris, and David Phelps; Robert has a unique gifting all his own. His special talent has caught the ear of the industry – including jazz legend and GRAMMY Award winner George Benson, R&B singer Kelly Price and Gospel artists Karen Clark Sheard and J Moss, who he has sung background vocals for. He has also lent his vocals to two Stellar Award Nominated artists: Mike McCoy & Voices United and John “Bucky” Tillery. In addition, he’s delivered two impressive Gospel projects, The Call and Next Level. Recently, this artist put the finishing touches on his third REP Music release entitled Soul Sanctuary and it showcases this singer at his finest.

Hailing from the Nation’s Capital, Person developed his talent as a youth. Person recounts his musical beginnings. “I was in a lot of youth programs here in the city,” says the artist. “I was part of the D.C. Youth Ensemble which encompassed musical theatre – music, drama, and dance and was started by Carol Foster for school age children. For me, my professional training really started there. In addition to singing, I started piano lessons as a little boy.”

Later, he attended Morehouse College in Atlanta, GA and the University of the District of Columbia (UDC). While in college, his appreciation for music was cultivated. There, he studied Music with an emphasis on vocal performance. It was at UDC where Robert met and developed long-lasting musical relationships with all of the co-producers of “The Call”.


Check out his single “Someday We’ll All Be Free”

Submit your local music here to be considered for New Music Monday.