Saturday, November 27, 2021

International Recording Artist Deborah Cox Gives Fans a Special Treat with New Holiday Music

Deborah Cox (Photo Credit: CD Cover Image Courtesy of Deco Entertainment)

*International recording artist, Deborah Cox gives her fans a special treat this holiday season with the release of “Gimme Gimme Gimme Some Christmas.” Cox recorded the soon-to-be classic for Disney’s 2019 holiday movie, Noelle. “Gimme Some Christmas” is written by Richard Rudolph, Nathaniel Lamm Evans, and Mark Merthe, and produced Gharah “PK” Degeddingseze. The single is available on digital retail and streaming sites, including Amazon, Apple, Spotify, Tidal, Pandora, and numerous other platforms.

“‘Gimme Gimme Gimme Some Christmas’ is a sassy and slightly naughty song,” says songstress Deborah Cox. “That’s what I love about it. I feel it has a classic and timeless feel that could become a season favorite.”

As an exclusive to Sirius XM Satellite Radio’s Heart & Soul (channel 48), Cox also recorded a rendition of Sammy Cahn’s and Jule Styne’s classic, “Let It Snow! Let It Snow! Let It Snow.” Arranged by Anthony Miller, Cox’s musical director, the holiday classic will also air on other Sirius XM channels. In 2020, Cox will release her first-ever holiday album.

Cox has been making the rounds promoting her new R&B single, “Easy Way,” which will be featured on her forthcoming studio album, scheduled for release in 2020. Written by hit-maker Rico Love and produced by Rico and DTown, “Easy Way” is available on digital and streaming sites, including Apple, Spotify, and Pandora, among others.

For more information on Deborah Cox, please visit www.DeborahCox.com.

Gwendolyn Quinn
Gwendolyn Quinn is an award-winning media consultant with a career spanning over 25 years. She is the founder and creator of the African American Public Relations Collective (AAPRC) and the Global Communicator. Her weekly columns, “Inside Broadway,” “The Living Legends Series,” and “My Person of the Week” are published with EURWEB.com. She is also a contributor to BE.com, BE Pulse (via Medium.com) and the Huffington Post. Quinn is also a contributor to "Souls Revealed" and "Handle Your Entertainment Business." She is the curator of The Living Legends Foundation’s “The State of Black Music and Beyond” essay series published on the Huffington Post. Contact her at [email protected]

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