R&B Singer JOE #1 Most Added at Radio with New Single, "I'd Rather Have A Love"

R&B SINGER-SONGWRITER JOE #1 MOST ADDED AT RADIO WITH NEW SINGLE “I’D RATHER HAVE A LOVE”

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New York, NY - Multi-platinum selling R&B singer-songwriter Joe delivers the #1 Most Added record at Urban AC radio this week with his new single “I’d Rather Have A Love.” Attesting to the strength of the record, “I’d Rather Have A Love” impacted radio one week prior to its original add date, and is currently #29 on the Urban AC BDS chart with station adds at WBLS New York, KJLH Los Angeles, WDAS Philadelphia and SXHS Sirius.

“I’d Rather Have A Love” is the first single from Joe’s forthcoming album which will be released in early summer 2013 via the newly-formed Massenburg Media with RED Distribution, helmed by industry heavyweight Kedar Massenburg. The song is available for download at iTunes.  Joe recently shot the official music video for “I’d Rather Have A Love” in Miami with renowned music video and film director Hype Williams.

Over the course of his successful 15+ career, Joe has received numerous accolades including Grammy nominations for his 3x platinum album My Name Is Joe, and for his stunning vocal performance on the lead single “I Wanna Know.” Joe’s breakthrough album All That I Am featuring “Don’t Wanna Be A Player,” “The Love Scene,” and “All The Things Your Man Won’t Do” reached #13 on the Billboard 200 chart and is certified platinum.  Joe’s last three albums were released independently and each debuted at #1 on Billboard’s Top Independent Chart.  His most recent 2011 independent release entitled The Good, The Bad, The Sexy debuted at #8 on the Billboard 200 and #2 on the Hot R&B/Hip Hop albums chart.

Studio Album Discography

2011: The Good, The Bad, The Sexy
2009: Signature
2008: Joe Thomas, New Man
2007: Ain't Nothin' Like Me
2003: And Then...
2001: Better Days
2000: My Name Is Joe
1997: All That I Am
1993: Everything

 

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