Music Industry Vets Sway Calloway & Kelly Jackson Launch OverDeliver Entertainment With New Female Rapper

September 3, 2014  |  

MTV’s Sway Calloway, who also hosts a SiriusXM radio show, and veteran music executive Kelly L. Jackson have launched entertainment and management firm OverDeliver Entertainment and have just announced their debut signee, rapper, singer and producer G.L.A.M. (Good Lyrics And Music). G.L.A.M.’s  new album, The Flaw, is ready for an October release with her single “4Eva Lonely” already available now on iTunes.

California native G.L.A.M. actually has a special connection with Sway. She hails from his hometown of Oakland. “G.L.A.M. is a definitely a new artist that people should watch. Kelly and I are excited about working with her and this project. This project means a lot to me because it’s from the Bay Area. We have a rich musical history of artists like Tupac, Too Short, Raphael Saadiq, Shelia E, E-40, many others who have made an impact in music,” says Sway in a press statement. “It was important for me to find the right artist to support and introduce to the world. I believe G.L.A.M. is that artist who will bring value to the game through her music and what she represents.”

“With the launch of OverDeliver Entertainment, Sway and I are interested in acts that have the total package. Ones that are bringing a refreshing sound and make a presence to what is out now. G.L.A.M. (our first signee) is a producer, singer and rapper) on a mission to have people enjoy her music because she’s a good artist and not focused on her gender. We commend the artists that are out now that are making a mark and committed to the culture of making timeless music. We’re in it for the long haul and not for temporary gain,” Jackson tells MadameNoire via email.

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