Redd has received Grammy, American Music, Soul Train, and Billboard awards for distinguished albums for successful artists such as K-Ci and JoJo, Regina Belle, Salt N Pepa, not to mention countless others. He has also contributed to motion picture soundtracks such as How Stella Got Her Groove Back, The Hurricane, Eve’s Bayou.
Redd has become a reoccurring performer on Tom Joyner’s Fantastic Voyage Cruise with a host of other notable artists. His high energy, interactive performance keeps the audience entertained and leaves them wanting more.
Although Redd’s career is deeply rooted in R&B, he has already begun to widen his appeal by in the world of jazz as well. He recently performed his well-received set at Minton’s in Harlem. Redd’s jazz vocals have become a regular mainstay at Marcus Samuelsson’s restaurant, Marcus’ Bermuda overseas most recently to a sold-out New Year’s Eve audience. His foray into jazz was also highlighted in a recent article in the Wall Street Journal. He exudes effortless ability in singing jazz favorites, old and new.
Jeff Redd’s live performance was also recently featured during an episode of “What’s Eating Harlem”. During the interview, he was pleased to share his excitement with host Vanessa Tyler.
Redd’s versatility is refreshing and he continues to evolve as an artist. He recently released a new party single “Dance, Dance, Dance (The Weekend)” which is quickly becoming a club favorite. Also on deck are three new house music singles, Royal Love Rekindled, “You’re My Love” and “New Day”.
As an entrepreneur, Redd has diversified his portfolio as the owner of an independent recording label, Sol Real Records, as an author of a soon to be released romance novel and creator of the shea butter product line, Sol Real Butter.