Original member of the group “Just Us”, managed by music superstar Mary J. Blige.
Music single, “Same Language” reached #2 on the US radio charts of the Northeast region.
Headlined a 17-location tour that featured Wale.
There are many sides to the multifaceted R&B singer/songwriter, London Savoy, but her knack for storytelling through her music is the side people get to experience the most. When it comes to singing and songwriting, her lyrics, reflective of her sorrow and struggles, brings her caring, versatile and empowering soulful voice to the forefront for all to hear.
London is a victor, and has triumphed beyond her circumstances. The lyrics she sings mirror her life and is the reality for so many other men and women facing the same challenges she had while growing up. Through her music a voice will be given to those once silenced.
“I’m about empowering,” said the Baltimore native. “I strive to use my music to be an influence to women everywhere; it’s gritty and it’s real. I represent anyone who has endured hard times in his or her life. My music represents strength and overcoming life’s obstacles.”
The budding songstresses began singing in church as a child and later went on to be a part of a girl group managed by Mary J. Blige, “Just’ Us”. However, the girl group split up in 2013. Fast forward to 2017, London has reemerged as a solo artist and is pursuing her passion of R&B stardom full-time.