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A.B. Joined an A-list of contemporary R&B’s greatest stylists: Anthony Hamilton, Kem, Jaheim, and Raheem Devaughn. The one-month, 19- state 21 city Budweiser Superfest Tour which opened August 5th at the Time Warner Cable Amphitheater at Tower City in Cleveland, and played through September 10th at Superpages Amphitheater in Dallas. He was named the Artist to watch for by Essence Magazine The Article simple called 10 reasons to Love Abraham McDonald. “Miracle” was the lead track from A.B.’s debut album, set for Spring 2011 release. “Miracle” was produced by the successful production team of Sam Watters and Louis Biancaniello (Whitney Houston, Kelly Clarkson, Leona Lewis, and Jessica Simpson, to name a few). The video for “Miracle” was directed by Clifton Bell, who has worked on clips for Trey Songz, Rev Run, and A.B.’s tour mate Raheem Devaughn. The video premiered on Oprah.com exclusively before hitting other music markets. Now his Christmas single "Giving You My Heart For Christmas" has touched hearts in a way that it will definitely become an all time Christmas favorite for many years to come
A.B. Shot to the stratosphere with his victory on the first Oprah Show Karaoke Challenge last November 2009, which re-aired on July 15th (check local listings). Judges for the Challenge included producer David Foster, songwriter Diane Warren, and Antonio “L.A.” Reid. Diane Warren is among the songwriters and producers working with A.B. at the legendary Record Plant in his hometown of L.A., along with such heavyweights as Watters and long-time partner Louis Biancaniello, JR Rotem, Paula Gallitano, and others.
A.B.’s win on the Karaoke Challenge, which led to live performances on three Oprah shows, was the culmination of a life-long journey to share his musical artistry with the world. It all began when he won the ACT-SO talent contest at age 13 with his version of Oleta Adam’s “Get Here.” Years later, the same song won him Oprah’s first prize of $250,000 plus the Def Jam contract. The singer and his mom have moved into a new home in Hawthorne, and he has seen his dreams take legs “in Jesus’ Cadillac.” A.B. Is also driving a new car proudly showed Oprah his “No Phone Zone” certificate on his latest visit, much to her delight.
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