Fleet DJs of Georgia Media Pass Ep. 5 Artist Bio: Ursula

The Fleet DJs of Georgia aired their monthly show The Media Pass Episode 5 on March 27th, 2018 that specially featured the upcoming rising star, Ursula. She has a new single called “Never Gonna Change” feat. Fabulous that Fleet DJs Georgia will consistently promote.

It is the fate of all prolific songwriters to trade pen for microphone and become the voice for their own lyrics. California-bred singer-songwriter-vocal arranger-producer Ursula, known as the apt UrsVerse, is one of the most sought-after multihyphenates of her time and has racked up three Grammy nominations to prove it. Her pleasing melodies, soothing sound, and hypnotic lyrics have seized radio waves all over the world. You’ve probably heard this virtuoso’s catchy tunes and heartfelt hooks – Ursula has helped solidify the careers of Rihanna, Jennifer Lopez, Tamar Braxton, Musiq Soulchild, Chante Moore, Mario, J. Holiday, and K-pop sensation Miss A, just to name a few! Her impact on pop music has translated into more than 10 million albums sold.

Now signed to a publishing deal with hip-hop music mogul L.A. Reid, Ursula is on her way to becoming an artist of her own with her much-anticipated single “Never Gonna Change” feat. Fabulous. This follows her first single, “Down With Me” which instantly gained traction on airwaves worldwide. The track was played in heavy rotation in major metropolitan and international stations such as Urban AC, Top 40, and Rhythmic Radio Satellite. Ursula’s signature sound skillfully fuses hip-hop, R&B, and pop.
Ursula’s authentic soulful voice and unique lyrical style make this multiplatinum singer-songwriter an undeniable talent. Her ability to convey heartfelt messages of love, hope and despair over pop and hip-hop beats resonates loud and clear with a generation that looks to music to express the words they can’t say.

Follow Ursula on Instagram @ursverse and buy her single “Never Gonna Change” on iTunes

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