LOS ANGELES, May 05, 2019 / -- 6x Entertainment has released the new single and official music video for “Come Together” by the multi-talented entertainer, Tia P., which features the dynamic recording artist B. Slade. “COME TOGETHER” is now available to download on all streaming platforms and the official music video can be seen onYouTube below.
With so much violence, racism, and corruption going on in our communities and the political climate state of the world around us in constant archaic discord, Tia P. and B. Slade are ready to take the world by storm with a positive message and soulful rendition of The Beatles classic hit, “Come Together”, but with a banging and interesting new twist.
In addition to dropping the new single, “Come Together”, Tia P. will be featured in this season’s upcoming episodes of, “Next Big Thing”, which airs on the BET Network.
One cannot categorize Tia P. as just a singer or rapper, she’s an overall entertainer and quadruple threat adding acting, dancing, and percussionist skills to her talent repertoire.
“Tia P. is a visionary. She embodies greatness and musical excellence. She is gifted in her DNA with an authenticity, artistry and creativity that only musical legends are made of.” Says C. Von Parchman, President & Founder of 6x Entertainment.
Marty Arnold, COO and Managing Partner of 6x Entertainment adds, “Tia P. is an electrifying performer, a remarkable songwriter, and eclectic rapper. We feel extremely confident that Tia P. will captivate audiences and leave music fans wanting more.”
The Inglewood, California native has been getting rave reviews around the industry.
"First of all, I love when an artist sends real music. Tia P. and this song, “Come Together" is FIRE." - Tammi Mac, KJLH
“DOPE...Tia P. is an amazingly gifted and refreshing entertainer. She and this single, "Come Together" is exactly what the industry needs right now.” - Troy Marshall, Marketing & Promotions Executive
“Tia P is one of the most influential lyricists of the new centennial movement of Hip Hop.”- Core DJ Hershey, Kiss Radio Show Live/FubuRadio.com
What was the experience like collaborating with BSlade?
It’s a trip! That’s big bro! Seriously, being able to work with someone you’ve looked up to and been inspired by for most of your life doesn’t happen for most. His energy is infectious and he’s king of being out the box, which is exactly what we needed for this video shoot. On top of that, he’s freaking hilarious; a maniac on stage or on camera, but humble and chill when off. This isn’t actually the first song we’ve collaborated on. We’ve worked on a few things, but our first cut together was a song he featured me on called “Black Lives Matter” for his project called the Black Belt. “Come Together” is the first audio and visual collab we’ve done.
What is the message that you want listeners to take from this song?
It’s ok to be different. Please don’t be a conformist; it’s boring. However the power that we have when we come together (no pun intended), when we truly see one another beyond the differences, past the fear mongering and politics, we make change happen. Most of the lyrics sound like nonsense, much like the noise of the world today; but the one part that people around the world know is “Come Together”. Isn’t that what we still need to do?
What upcoming music projects do you have?
Well, I’m dropping a few summer singles in the coming months. Something to keep the blocks even hotter, haha! Mainly more performances coming up. May 9th I’m headlining at the Viper Room in Hollywood, May 9th. June 14th I’ll be performing at the Women in Entertainment Luncheon, and sometime around my birthday - June 19th - I’ll be having a birthday showcase featuring some artists, bands, and producers I’ve worked with so far in my career. In July, BET should be launching their brand new music competition series, The Next Big Thing, which you can catch ya girl on as well.
Who's idea was it for the music video & how did that represent the message expressed in the single?
My manager came to me one day and said, “What if we shoot it in a crazy house?”. That was all the catalyst I needed to get my mind going. He knows I’m not afraid of wild concepts as long as they serve a purpose. As unorthodox as the music was, the visuals had to bring more, ya know? Who’s one of the most ostracized sections of society? Those who suffer from mental illness or disease. So you’ve got 2 outcasts, put away from society’s view, trying to talk some positive good sense about unifying and coming together. How crazy must the world be when the ones in the nut house start making sense? Hehe.
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