Don't Worry There's Love in the Ghetto
Samuelle and D'Lynn are siblings that have been singing together almost from birth. In the late 80's Samuelle went on to have huge success as the lead singer of the group 'Club Nouveau'. He charted successful platinum hits such as the remake of 'Lean on Me' ' situation #9' 'Jealousy' and ' Why do you treat me so bad'. In 1992 Samuelle went solo and had his first single go to #1 on the billboard charts with 'Get with the program/so you like what you see' on the Black Paradise Album. Now he has teamed with his Brother D'Lynn who is a guitarist, producer, vocalist, and prolific songwriter.Together they are serious students of the music produced in the 60's and 70's, where they were heavily influenced by the likes of Marvin Gaye, Curtis Mayfield, and the Jackson 5. Samuelle and D'Lynn got their professional start, singing in their Dad's Gospel quartet as teenagers. Now the two brothers have embarked on a journey that they believe is necessary in bringing back the 'Art' of music. They believe that their inspiring blend of Soul and R&b with their Gospel roots,will ignite the soul, leaving you feeling as though you have been in a time machine that has carried you back to the 60's and 70's with 21st century quality.