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    Joyce Kennedy Proves That She’s Still Got It In Latest EP: Rock’n My Soul

    Joyce Kennedy Proves That She’s Still Got It In Latest EP: Rock’n My Soul

    Joyce Kennedy has brought her soul into her new EP Rock’n My Soul, bringing a strong rock/funk fusion with powerful vocals and ripping confident lyrics.

    Her EP starts with “My Bad” setting the rock atmosphere bringing religious imagery with the idea of rock as a concept. The track is an absolute headbanger, with extremely powerful instrumentals that will have you in awe of beats you never knew you could experience!

    Joyce continues strong with the remaining songs of her new EP, showing her confidence with “Luv Me, Love Me” and “Do Me Right”, where she breaks the taboo surrounding female sexuality, empowering women all over the world.

    With “Save Me,” “Funk A-while,” and “Tears of Stone,” Joyce gives her EP a nice twist by adding chill, upbeat, and rock ballad vibes to her songs while she continues to empower women. In addition to that, Joyce brings emotion in her fourth song (“Save Me”) as she emphasizes that we can be strong, even though we may need a little help in life sometimes. Furthermore, her last song “Tears of Stone” gives the audience a final stroke of greatness with a gripping rap feature, as she discusses the hardships that come with being the funk-rock star that she is.

    Therefore, Joyce’s new EP is a stellar example of her style, showing her range and power beautifully and with great diversity, ensuring something for everyone to enjoy. Kennedy’s EP surely is a great fit for any rock/funk playlist and/or if you’re simply feeling adventurous.

    About Joyce Kennedy

    Joyce “Baby Jean” Kennedy was born in the Mississippi Delta and raised in Chicago, Illinois. Her career as a singer began at the age of 16, dubbed by the Chicago Radio with her first #1 single (“I Still Love You”) as “16 years old with a hundred years of soul.”

    Joyce’s next No. 1 singles (“Baby Love” and “Love Changes”) came years later with the forming of the fusion rock-funk band Mother’s Finest that she formed with her husband, Glenn Murdock. As the singer in this unit, she earned the title “funk metal rock soul diva” through her approach to her stage presence and vocal stylings. Once you’ve heard Joyce’s voice, you remember it. It embraces you, touches you. She’s honest and makes you feel like you’ve known her forever. One minute full of rocket fuel the next you’re wrapped in the warmth of her heart.

    “The Last Time I Made Love” was her most successful single, reaching No. 2 on the R&B charts and number 40 on the Billboard Hot 100. Furthermore, Joyce has sung and collaborated with legends such as Alice Cooper, ACDC, Ted Nugent, Black Sabbath, Aerosmith, and Earth Wind and Fire. Joyce Kennedy and Mother’s Finest are currently embarked on a European tour.

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