The R&B legend was booked through MN2S for “A Joy Supreme”, a virtual party celebrating Black History Month and Motown.
On 20th February, party people from around the world will come together to enjoy a livestream experience organised by Daybreaker, a morning dance movement and wellness community, and AARP, a nonprofit organisation dedicated to empowering the elderly. This “Dancing to Motown Magic” party is aimed at honouring Black History Month with “an intergenerational celebration of dance, music, community and more than a half-century of Motown magic—the sound and legacy that changed America.”
This free online event will begin with an interactive warm-up dance lesson, before MC Lyte DJs a virtual dance party inspired by the sounds of Motown. Grammy-winning R&B queen Thelma Houston will perform classic hits such as “Don’t Leave Me This Way” before Boyz II Men liven up the proceedings with more classic hits. The two hour virtual event is free to attend, all you need to do is hit the link below to grab your ticket and tune in on Feb 20th, 11am – 1pm EDT.
“Together, we’ll enjoy a little slice of bliss at home with the irreverent, glorious melodies and unforgettable hooks that didn’t just define a sound but also a joyous state of mind…”Daybreaker