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There is no doubt that Lorenzo Johnson is a multi-talented musician.
This native of Alexandria, VA developed a love of music at a very early
age. His energy and passion led him to begin writing lyrics and
composing, organizing vocal groups and bands, directing, managing
and producing. It was evident that he had a natural talent and creativity
and was well on his way to making a name for himself and leaving a
mark in music.

Through the years, Lorenzo has continued to learn and master his craft
through hard work and dedication. He studied at the Omega Studios
School of Applied Recording Arts and Sciences. In addition, he attended
the University of the District of Columbia and Northern Virginia
Community College.

Lorenzo’s drive has earned him an impressive list of accomplishments.
He has produced and written on four Top 10 albums, three Grammy
nominated projects and one Soul Train Award winning project. He has
recorded with Ledisi, Maysa, Chuck Brown, Jazz of Dru Hill, Salt N’
Pepper, Eric Darius, Tony Terry, U.S. Naval Academy Gospel Choir and
Black Entertainment Television (BET) and many others. He has also
performed live with world-renowned artists including Ledisi, Regina
Belle, Biz Markie,Chuck Brown, Beverly Crawford, Mr. Cheeks, CeCe
Peniston, Glenn Jones, Twinkie Clark, and Norman Hutchins to name
a few.




Album Things Are Looking Up by Lorenzo Johnson

Things Are Looking Up

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Things Are Looking Up

Things Are Looking Up

Lorenzo Johnson
Things Are Looking Up

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