Emerging artist Mayaeni’s track “The Right Way” embraced by radio stations nationwide
National Association of Broadcasters (NAB) single out Mayaeni as one to watch in 2010
Target and Converse One Star showcase Mayaeni
in their upcoming print, TV, instore and online campaigns
NAB’s new “Radio Heard Here” campaign as part of their New Music Push
Free download at over 1,200 AM/FM and HD radio stations across the country in January.
Mayaeni’s 30-second and 60-second spots can be heard here or at www.radioheardhere.com
Listen to The Right Way HERE!
Mayeani is currently in New York City recording her next album.
Who is Mayaeni?
From Detroit to London, Sierra Leone to New York to LA, Mayaeni has traveled far and wide. The daughter of a West African mother and a Jewish father – a former guitar player who played with Sylvester, Carl Carlton and Jimmy Ruffin – Mayaeni has had no shortage of influences to draw from. She started out recording demos for other artists and working with hip hop based producers. She released her first self-titled indie album in 2007, resulting in shows throughout the States, as well as a tour of Japan. It was not long before Mayaeni caught the ear of multi-platinum producer/songwriters Toby Gad & Linda Perry who worked with her on several tracks. Mayaeni is currently in NYC where she is playing live shows and recording new material in the studio resulting in a unique and fresh sound, with an immediacy and honesty too often missing in today’s music. Her skilled blending of the old school with the New, promises great things for 2010.
About Radio Heard Here
Radio Heard Here, a coalition of the National Association of Broadcasters, the Radio Advertising Bureau and the HD Digital Radio Alliance, representing commercial radio stations across America, is a far-reaching, multiyear initiative designed to reignite the public’s passion for radio. Despite the arrival of new communications and entertainment devices within the past 20 years or so, radio has maintained its integral and near-ubiquitous presence in American life. For more information, log on to www.radioheardhere.com.