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Gene Noble Covers Jazmine Sullivan’s ‘Lost Ones’ + Embarks On Solo Career



After years of singing background vocals on stadium tours with iconic artists like John Legend, Chris Brown, Sting, and many others, Grammy nominated singer/songwriter Gene Noble is embarking upon a personal dream quest. He is taking center stage as a solo act! Toting a tenacious swag and a voice like liquid gold, Gene has launched a journey to take the spotlight as the main attraction.

This New York-bred crooner spent his college years killing the stage at a popular, NYC, Sunday night showcase, called Ron Grant & Friends via the legendary Village Underground. That one moment led to gigs with Lauryn Hill, Fort Minor, Alicia Keys, Linkin Park, Jay Z, Diddy, CeeLo Green, Faith Evans, Monica, 50 Cent, The Roots, Trey Songz, Usher, Shaggy, 21 Savage, and years touring with global icon Sting. PRESS PLAY on Gene Noble.

Gene is finally ready to give it all he’s got and stepping from the background and we’re in full support. The icon and great Mariah Carey showed Gene some love today via her Instagram stories by sharing a clip of him singing her popular hit, “My All” on the Terrell Show 3 years ago, which can be seen below:

Gene is currently on tour with Sting, but he’s recently covered Grammy award-winning Jazmine Sullivan’s “Lost Ones” and did a phenomenal job, showcasing his amazing vocal skills. R&B music is certainly in great hands, and Gene proves this through every performance and song. Keep it locked right here for more on this incredible talent.

Check out the acoustic set below: