December Releases: Ingram Street's "Beautiful Possibility"

Ingram Street

SoulMusic Records (distributed by X5 Warner) in association with Platinum Garage Recordings is excited to announce the release of our latest digital single, “Beautiful Possibility” by Ingram Street, available November 22.

With its lilting soul groove, this slow jam with tender lyrics hearkens backs to the ‘old school’ flavor of the ’80s and ’90s. Along with many other great groups and solo artists – from John Legend, and Bobby Womack to The O’Jays, brothers Howard “Minquel” Ingram & Daniel “Woody” Ingram hail from Ohio.

A dynamic R&B duo who have been singing and performing together since their childhood days, Ingram Street bring timeless harmonies to their latest release, co-written with Ron Tyson (of The Temptations) and award-winning producer Preston Glass.

CREDITS:
“Beautiful Possibility”

Wiritten by Howard Minquel Ingram, Daniel Ingram, Ron Tyson & Preston Glass
Published by Dajoye Music (BMI)
Platinum Garage (BMI)

PRODUCED BY PRESTON GLASS & INGRAM STREET

Lead & Backing Vocals: Ingram Street (Howard Minquel Ingram and Woody Ingram)
Drums, Keyboards, Bass, Bells & Strings: Preston Glass
Guitar: Brian Szuch
Spanish speaking part: Tashena Gonzales
Tracks Recorded at “the hang” studio, Los Angeles, Ca.
Engineers: Felix Cardonia & Preston Glass
Vocals Recorded at Baytown Studios, Columbus, Ohio
Engineer: Irving Johnson Jr.
Executive Producers: David Nathan for SoulMusic Records & Preston Glass for Platinum Garage Recordings

 

 

Artist Name
Tags

Read More

African American singer Aretha Franklin and Luther Vandross perform 'Jump To It' during Budweiser Superfest, New York, Nevada, 1980. (Photo by Afro American Newspapers/Gado/Getty Images)
Luther Vandross and Aretha Franklin activated their Wonder-Twin powers into the form of timeless hit records.
article column overlay
Rob Verhorst/Redferns
Today, My Classic Soul: The Podcast honors the memory of perhaps one of the greatest singers in modern music history.
article column overlay
Larry Fink/Michael Ochs Archives/Getty Images
Venture into the night Otis Redding performed at the legendary place “Where Stars are Born and Legends are Made.”
article column overlay

Facebook Comments