Jermaine Mickey

The time is finally here.  II D Extremes’ very own Jermaine Mickey has embraced the music industry once again.  Jermaine achieved great success with the MCA R & B group reaching gold for their first self-entitled project.  Their first single “Cry No More” grew rapidly on the Billboard reaching the top 5.  Jermaine’s television andRead More

David Pic Conley

Taking a leap of faith Conley began his professional career when he moved to Los Angeles with David Townsend. It was there he joined the group Port Authority in 1976. After an un-released record with 20th Century Records Conley left the group to join Mandrill in 1977. In 1978 he made his television debut withRead More

Yik Yak

Across The Fader recently met with the creators of Yik Yak during their Ride The Yak 2015 Spring Campus Tour. For those unfamiliar, Yik Yak is an anonymous social media app. It is available for iOS and Android and it allows people anonymously to create and view “Yaks” within a 10 mile radius. It differsRead More

Lenny Williams

The ultimate soul crooner, Oakland, California native Lenny Williams possesses one of the most distinctive voices in contemporary music.  With his rich, passionate vocal style, he is rightfully regarded as one of R & B’s most influential soul men.  Williams began his musical career making records that have subsequently become R & B and Pop classics,Read More

Cynthia Holiday

She’s not Billie, not Judy, not Jennifer, not Carmen, not Nancy, it’s Cynthia Holiday! Cynthia Holiday is a real crowd pleaser and her renditions of straight-ahead jazz, blues and pop standards are full of swing, improvisation and soul. Clearly, singing live before an audience is where she feels most comfortable. Kevin Mahogany says, “I met Cynthia manyRead More