Atlanta-based R&B group, Hamilton Park recently hosted a "Strobe Lights" video viewing party & unplugged performance. Held at Blu Lagoon Bar & Bistro in Atlanta, the group partnered with Singersroom to bring an intimate viewing experience and panel, moderated by Joy Young of Playtime Talent Group and Josh King of Singersroom. Attendees included various entertainment tastemakers and influencers in Atlanta, [More]
R&B trio Hamilton Park released their latest single “Strobe Lights.” Available on all streaming platforms, “Strobe Lights” is the 3rd official single off their EP “It Was Necessary.” The song describes an exciting night out that leads up to an amazing time in the bedroom. Produced by Multi-Platinum & Grammy Winning producer John "SK" Mcgee, “Strobe Lights” conveys a smooth, [More]
Trio Hamilton Park returns to Singersroom, this time with their new infectious R&B EP, It Was Necessary. Hamilton Park is comprised of singer/songwriters Markus Free, Anthony Dorsey and Chris Voice. It's been 7 years since the group released any music and they use this project to explain their hiatus. Bandmate Anthony is heard speaking on the group's behalf on the title interlude."It [More]
In 2017, MarkusFree, Chris Voice, and Anthony, also known by their collective alias - Hamilton Park, rendered an R&B comeback like no other! After going on a long hiatus, many fans wondered if Hamilton Park would ever return. The R&B group has had their ups and downs within the industry as many artists have had. Nevertheless, Hamilton Park has silenced the [More]
"YMRA" boast a sultry vibe, but unlike the previously released "Blown" and "Just Breathe," the cut is more focused on the edgy side of the group
Like its predecessor "Blown," "Just Breathe" is another sensual and erotic ballad from the quartet that aims to please the females.
"Blown," a sensual and sexed-up ballad from the set, sees the group members unleashing their visions about handling business in the bedroom.
Hamilton Park drop another song in the form of the reggae-esque cut âLove Hunger,â where the fellas yearn for unity.
Summer may be slowly winding down, but Hamilton Park keeps the heat going as they offer their âLove Belowâ in this red-hot slow burner.
Have commitment issues? You might regret it later. R&B quartet Hamilton Park lament about a missed opportunity in their new song âCommitted.â