First Listen: Marc Staggers is ready to "Surrender"

(May 7, 2020) DC native Marc Staggers began his professional career started with the release of several gospel albums, on which he worked with talented singers such as the late Clifton Dyson. During his college years, he also studied music with an emphasis on voice, and after graduating college, Staggers continued to study voice under the direction of the world-renowned soprano, Nelda Ormond, under whom he began to recognize his true singing talent, and Ormond was pivotal in helping Marc gain the confidence he needed to pursue a singing career.

For the past several years, Marc has been issuing attractive adult soul music, and he has gathered quite a following on both sides of the Atlantic. On his latest single, Marc works with legendary producer Herb Middleton (Mary J. Blige, Phyllis Hyman). The result is a nighttime ballad that sounds like the kind of song Luther would have delivered back in the 90s.

(May 7, 2020) DC native Marc Staggers began his professional career started with the release of several gospel albums, on which he worked with talented singers such as the late Clifton Dyson. During his college years, he also studied music with an emphasis on voice, and after graduating college, Staggers continued to study voice under the direction of the world-renowned soprano, Nelda Ormond, under whom he began to recognize his true singing talent, and Ormond was pivotal in helping Marc gain the confidence he needed to pursue a singing career.

For the past several years, Marc has been issuing attractive adult soul music, and he has gathered quite a following on both sides of the Atlantic. On his latest single, Marc works with legendary producer Herb Middleton (Mary J. Blige, Phyllis Hyman). The result is a nighttime ballad that sounds like the kind of song Luther would have delivered back in the 90s.

“Surrender” has a slow, steady groove and Marc’s vocals are rich and expressive. This is quality love music. Check out “Surrender” below and let us know what you think.

Marc Staggers - "Surrender"

 

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