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Husam Gets the Last Laugh with New Single, ‘I’ll Destroy You’

Husam-I'll Destroy You

Recent Articles D.C.-based Syrian American artist Husam, a favorite at Alchemical Records, released his latest single, “I’ll Destroy You,” on October 2. The haunting, evocative track confronts the sensitive topic of child abuse head-on and reveals what it means to exact revenge. Considering the song’s delicate subject matter, listeners would expect the musical composition of […]

Find Solace in Hannah Nagle’s New Single, ‘Speak Easy’

Hannah Nagle "Speak Easy"

Recent Articles By Emma Page Hannah Nagle, 20, a singer-songwriter and Orlando-based college student originally from Richmond, VA, consoles and encourages us to “Take it easy, babe,” in her dreamy new single, “Speak Easy.” The track, which debuted on March 3, consists of a waltz-esque piano progression, as well as guitar, which adds to its […]

‘Starting Over’ with Stephanie Mathias and Jarreau Williams

Jarreau Williams Stephanie Mathias "Starting Over"

More to Watch By Margaret Adams https://youtu.be/fE76NWXY6Mg This reading of Alchemical Records content is to provide a multimedia experience for our audience while increasing the accessibility of our content to persons with hearing loss, low vision, dyslexia, physical or motor disabilities, or are on the autism spectrum. Stephanie Mathias and Jarreau Williams have released a […]

Shacara Rogers: ‘There Is a Special Blessing on Black Women. We Are Survivors, and We Make a Way.’

Shacara Rogers

Philadelphia, Pennsylvania-born jazz artist Shacara Rogers is one of those rare talents whose passionate, soul-stirring performances have the ability to conjure up the deepest of feelings, reminding you of the unparalleled power of Black American music. She has performed with greats like Patti LaBelle and as part of Howard University’s Afro Blue. Learn more about Shacara Rogers’ journey, including what inspired her return to Christ-centered music, why “there is a special blessing on Black women,” and the surprising thing she needed to unlearn during her growth process.