It’s #OldSchoolSaturday with Shea Marie Diva & Vixens Podcast Episode 8 “From The Vault” features Divine Brown, a Juno Award -winning R&B and soul singer and theatre performer. Shea Marie interviewed the iconic Canadian songstress in the Toronto Youtube studios. At the time she was on a media run to promote her latest single.
She revealed interesting stories on how the first time Drake met OVO 40 and how the iconic duo produced their first song together. The artist explains what it was like to reach the billboard charts and winning a Juno award. The podcast can be heard on all major streaming platforms including Spotify, Google Podcasts, Amazon Music and more!
MORE ABOUT DIVINE BROWN
Divine Brown, previously known as Divine Earth Essence and during the interview it is revealed why she made the name change.
Born and raised in Toronto, she began singing at age 4 and performing at age 12. She has since starred in theatrical productions such as Rent and Ain’t Misbehavin’.
Her debut album, 2005’s Divine Brown, was produced by rapper/producer Saukrates and featured the Canadian radio hit “Old Skool Love.” Her latest album, The Love Chronicles, won a 2008 Juno for Best R&B/Soul Album; the hit single, “Sunglasses” is based on the Corey Hart classic “Sunglasses at Night” and features guest Kardinal Offishall.
She formerly hosted an open mic night for urban music at the Lula Lounge and is probably the only artist who has performed with both The Backstreet Boys (as opening act for their North American tour) and Youssou N’Dour (at a free concert during TIFF promoting his film I Bring What I Love).
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Shea Marie Diva & Vixens Podcast is in tribute to Toronto singer/rapper Shea Marie who passed away to leukemia on August 28th, 2021. A special episode included book writer and NYC Educator Sharon Coggin sharing her story about her son co-writing with her about the passing of his father to cancer. Past guests on the podcast include African Luxury Brand & daughter’s diplomat Adolphine, celebrity hairstylist Damienne Flaglar, and Oscar board member Frances-Anne Solomon.