Mykal Kilgore

MYKAL KILGORE, AWARD-WINNING VOCALIST, DELIVERS HIS DEBUT ALBUM, A MAN BORN BLACK, DUE FOR RELEASE SEPTEMBER 6, 2019

MYKAL KILGORE, AWARD-WINNING VOCALIST, DELIVERS HIS DEBUT ALBUM, A MAN BORN BLACK, DUE FOR RELEASE SEPTEMBER 6, 2019

Los Angeles, CA (August 7th, 2019) – Award-winning vocalist Mykal Kilgore is set to release his debut album, A Man Born Black, via Affective Music on September 6, 2019. This inaugural release is an exploration of Black life, wrapped in a mix of classic soul and R&B sonic exterior, and delivered through Kilgore’s expressive songwriting and vocal abilities. Although the album is Kilgore’s debut solo effort, more than likely, it is not the first time you have heard his voice. Kilgore has stolen the hearts of music lovers everywhere through his work on the Broadway stage (Motown the Musical, Book of Mormon, Hair), his notable performance as part of NBC’s The Wiz Live! and Jesus Christ Superstar Live in Concert, and his viral video “Reclaiming My Time” inspired by Congresswoman Maxine Waters. 

Music Industry Magnate, David S. Hargrett Launches Affective Music — A New Music Servicing Company and Record Label

Music Industry Magnate, David S. Hargrett Launches Affective Music — A New Music Servicing Company and Record Label

The new company will offer artist management, record label services and musician placement for TV and Film.  

Los Angeles, CA (June 20, 2019) – Music industry magnate, David S. Hargrett announced today the formation and launch of, Affective Music, a music servicing company.  The new effort will offer artist management, musician placement for TV and film and house a record label under the same name – its first project is slated to be the debut release from award-winning vocalist, Mykal Kilgore, produced by Affective Music artist management client, Jamison Ross. Affective Music is described by Hargrett as, “an evolution of” 360 Artist Management, the company he founded in 2014. “Affective Music was conceived as our offerings expanded in the music space” said Hargrett. “Once our offerings became more, I felt it was important to have a company name and mission that better represented the work we are doing.”