Tuesday, May 22


Artist Spotlight: Interview

RJ Griffith

May 22nd marked the very first of many Artist Spotlight interviews on the Rise and Shine with Rae radio show on Platinum Radio. I've been doing interviews on The Underground Artistry for a while now; ever since I accepted the position on Platinum Radio as their morning show host, I've been anxious to start incorporating interviews on my very own show.
Artist Spotlight Interview RJ Griffith

And everyone who knows me knows I love good music & good vibes. And when the music encompasses the latter, it's even better. Well, below you'll find the interview I had with RJ Griffith, an inspirational R&B artist coming out of Chicago, IL! I was so excited for this interview because his music is so different. It's on another level from what's on the radio nowadays.

I wanted to make this interview available to my readers who may not have had the luxury of tuning into the show to catch the interview. I will allow you guys to listen to it yourself below. The interview is followed by his single, Good Day. I hope you guys enjoy this artist as much as I did because he was so candid; it was like talking to a friend.
Artist Spotlight Interview RJ Griffith

You can find his song Good Day on iTunes, Amazon & other streaming sites like Spotify. And now you can call 616.841.5253 to request his song on Platinum Radio! [And be sure to tune into the Rise and Shine with Rae morning show every Monday through Friday from 8am to 12pm EST.]

Press play below & let me know what you think about the song in the comments.

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Until next time...

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Rachel Marie
Entertainment Blogger, The Underground Artistry 
Senior Publicist, Platinum Sound Promotions

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