In today’s edition of SFPL’s Artist Spotlight, artist Rich Lowe debuts his new visual entitled ‘Lonely Teardrops’, which is his dope cover originally performed by the late Jackie Wilson – who actually passed away while singing this very same song, at casino in Cherry Hill, New Jersey in 1984. Peep Rich below as he covers the wonderful classic.
Directed by Jaison Blackrose for Red Sydney Inc. Originally Performed by Jackie Wilson Originally Written by Berry Gordy, Gwendolyn Gordy and Roquel “Billy” Davis All music replayed and re arranged by Rich Lowe for Foster Brothers Music & Production Choreography by Lola Davis
Meet Rich Lowe
Growing up in the East NY section of Brooklyn, NY, Rich Lowe was no stranger to hardship, by the age of three years old both of his parents were incarcerated, leaving him to depend on his late Grand Mother Carrie Davis and having music as his only salvation.
Rich Lowe is a singer, song writer and producer, doing it all on his own, making sure not to disappoint. Rich Lowe started singing at the age of 14 as he attended the Brooklyn High School Of The Arts. His music teacher Mrs. Charlene Corbett-Thomas discovered his talent and from then on Rich have dedicated his life to music, sharing his phenomenal talent with the world.
He has had the liberty of working with the legendary Erick Sermon, writing, singing and producing his own music in Erick Sermon Def Squad studios. Rich has also worked withemerging talent, such as G-Unit/Emi recording artist Genasis, Universal Motown artist Ginette Claudett and 2011 XXL Magazine freshman Fred Da Godson, working with all receiving writing and producing credits.
Today in 2013 at the age of 21 Rich Lowe is preparing for his introduction to the world by covering the late legendary Jackie Wilson’s “Lonely Tear Drops” via music video. Rich Lowe has many plans for 2013 as he will soon introduce his own original music, showing why he’s the world’s newest prodigy in R&B music of today.