Porcelain Black

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Fusing hard-hitting rock roots with the sticky, pulsating beats of 2101 label head and producer RedOne (Usher, U2, Jennifer Lopez, Enrique Iglesias, Pitbull, Lady Gaga), Porcelain Black has created a sound she likens to the would-be offspring of Marilyn Manson and Britney Spears. "It's industrial, dark, danceable pop," she says. "Bad ass and positive."

While visiting RedOne's studio in November 2009 Black's vibe and epic vocals made an instant impact. Now signed to 2101 via a joint venture with Universal Republic Records, Black's first single "This Is What Rock N Roll Looks Like" featured Lil Wayne.

In 2011, Black was invited by Lil Wayne to join the "I Am Music II" tour alongside Nicki Minaj, Travis Barker and Rick Ross. A fierce female with one hell of a wail, Black has never apologized for who she is. "Embrace the fact that you're different," she avows. "I want people to feel empowered. When somebody pisses me off that's when I'm really inspired. Rock and roll is about attitude, what you say and how you say it.”

Porcelain’s most notable placement is the One Direction hit “Save You Tonight” from their album Up All Night.

She released her third single in March of 2014, “One Woman Army.”


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