"Infinity Song have significantly added to the good vibrations as they have taken their beautiful busker styles and married it with smoothly interwoven vocals and arrangements."
–– Essence Mag
Last night, “soulful sibling band” (NY Times) Infinity Song made their network late-night debut on The Late Show With Stephen Colbert for a special Martin Luther King Jr. Day performance, alongside couch guest Senator Cory Booker. Joined by a full band – including drums, an array of strings, and the siblings on guitars, vocals, and bass – the group performed the title track of their Roc Nation debut, Mad Love.
Check out the visually and sonically stunning performance here:https://youtu.be/5_3Oj0LNJmQ
2020 was absolutely a breakout year for the young sibling group, who JAY-Z discovered and signed after years of intentional development and some strategic pop-up street performances. From daytime and late-night TV interviews/ performances (The Tamron Hall Show, Full Frontal with Samantha Bee) and Award Show performances (BET Soul Train Awards Pre-Show, The Lockdown Awards) to global ad campaigns (Guitar Center) and viral cover videos (“Dreams” by Fleetwood Mac and “The Less I Know The Better” by Tame Impala), Infinity Song left their mark on 2020 and are charging into 2021 with even more vigor and determination.
Recently, Infinity Song partnered with Essence Magazine to curate a playlist to help usher in the new year with the theme of “new beginnings.” They say that the group has “significantly added to the good vibrations as they have taken their beautiful busker styles and married it with smoothly interwoven vocals and arrangements.”
Check out the full feature here: https://www.essence.com/entertainment/infinity-song-new-beginnings-the-playlist/
Over the holidays, Infinity Song’s Victory Boyd hosted a special series of holiday livestream concerts featuring appearances from the rest of Infinity Song. The event series, titled LIVE from The Secret Place Holiday Series, featured appearances from special guest artists like Jon Batiste, Dante Bowe, Jimi Cravity, Peter Collins, Jordybe Lynn, Mandy Maples, and more.