Endie Fiya: LIVE with Southern Soul Music Artist ~ Tabu

Season 6 | Episode 30
1h 3m | Oct 3, 2022
This South Bend, Arkansas native was introduced to music at a very early age. Music first found him in the church choir. Watching his mother sing in the choir, persuaded him to develop his singing ability. That ability was noticed by his mother, and he was told to pursue his musical ambitions. It nurtured and enhanced Tabu's musical skills. This led Tabu to enter into the Lamarck Productions, in which he achieved first place and the ability to meet The Rude Boyz and Ed Davis. Tabu has traveled across The Midwest in recent years and has been led to Atlanta, GA. This has allowed him to meet Dawayne Wilson of Dirty House Productions. He has also released his first solo album, entitled Introduction Into Tabu. Currently Tabu works with Mose Stovall and Kelvin Benion of KSwayMusic Production and Jay of Platinum 1 Entertainment. Tabu has been the opening act for The Rude Boys, Men at Large, Joe, Lenny Williams, Gerald Levert, Monica, Tony Terry, David Peaston, Frankie Beverly and Maze, Intro, Melisa Morgan, Focus the group, Bone Thugs-N-Harmony, Sir Charles Jones, and countless others to be named. Tabu's music influences come from artists such as... Teddy Pendergrass, Gerald Levert, Marvin Gaye, Johnny Taylor, and Mary Mitchell  (his mother). He feels that God's purpose must always be our guide. Singing is his gift, through music, Tabu wants to reach, to touch, and to make changes in peoples' lives. His goal in his music career is "that it will touch the lives of people and reach all genres. I wish to have it translate to others and to touch the masses. I feel at the end of the day, it is what it is, always give 110% at whatever you do.  I thank God for the ability to translate and be transparent via records, CDs, streams, television, radio, and much more." 
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