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Record Executive Ralph Royale Holland, states “A small tsunami of the 90’s R&B is slowly but surely rolling upon the shores of the US again…”
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Atlanta, GA | June 22, 2018 - "Ralph Royale" Holland has another notch in his belt.
Holland, Founder & CEO of Geismarland Music (GM) recently (2017) made a statement that the industry is now seeing come to fruition. “A small tsunami of the 90’s R&B is slowly but surely rolling upon the shores of the US again.” Holland has been cultivating the beloved genre, from a grass roots level, since the non-favorable shifting of the industry & programming.
Holland asks the Question: With the reemergence of a few 90’s acts do you think that this wave has and is mysteriously happening? Answer: NO. First, without the fans supporting R&B/Soul the genre would die! Secondly, Geismarland Music’s © “Campaign Keeping R&B Alive” has been a major underlying force (since 2007) that has kept the genre’s fans truly energized! The dynamic Amanda Davis once stated, “Geismarland Music is slated to be the 21st century “new” Motown of the south. On the heels of the legendary Laface Records (which made history in Atlanta), the label is making waves in the fabric of the music industry by focusing on R&B & Soul music. Holland states, “By no means does GM take sole credit for the return but has a tremendously vested stake. There are great industry professionals that in some way contribute to the genre as well.”
Holland is a known force in Atlanta & Baton Rouge’s independent entertainment and traditional corporate industries. He opened GM in 1997 (in Gonzales, La.) but later moved operations to Atlanta in 2006. His main focus was keeping R&B/Soul music alive…hence the labels © Campaign Keeping R&B Alive movement. After putting the flag in Atlanta’s soil, Holland assembled an A-list team which includes entertainment attorney Kendall Minter Esq. and vocal coach to the stars Jan “Mama J” Smith.
Over the course of his entertainment career, Holland was responsible for building key relationships that afforded Geismarland Music the opportunity of performing, recording and writing with independent and major record executives, record producers and artist (Hi-Five, H-Town, JS, Gerald Levert, Avant, Carl Thomas, Case, New Edition, Public Announcement, Tony Terry, 4.0, Chantay Savage, Sam Salter, Ce Peniston, Jesse Campbell, Jesse Powell, Mark Nelson, MoKenStef, Rome, Silk, SWV, Tami Davis, Changing Faces, Link, Shai, Soul For Real, Tevin Campbell, Kut Klose, UGK, No Limit Records, Reality Entertainment etc…).
Holland is not only making waves in the music industry but as an actor in Atlanta’s vibrant film and stage sector. He has most recently toured with several stage play’s including Shelly Garrett’s Beauty Shop, which is the #1 urban stage play of all times – still holding box office records to date. Unfortunately, Shelly Garrett recently passed away in Atlanta on May 3, 2018. He was known as the Godfather of Urban Theatre. A few more of Holland’s film and stage credits are, Stomp the Yard II – Homecoming, Disney’s Odd Life of Timothy Green, Tyler Perry’s House of Payne (episode), Tyler Perry’s Madea’s Witness Protection, Cocaine Diaries, Don’t Worry Bout A Thing, Love’s Triangle, You Are Not the Father, Stage: FJJ Productions- Singing Through The Storm, Mark Hunter’s-I Can’t Make You Love Me, Ruby Manuel’s-Suitcase, When A Man Loves A Woman, Miracles, Sisstazz, Church Girl and Marqrois’s - U Got It Bad.
If that is not enough to put another notch in Holland’s belt, as Co-founder & CEO of Chateau de Hollandaire, Keys to Success, Inc. – a 501(c)3 non-profit organization and registered Georgia charity, he is responsible for leading and mapping out the strategic direction of the organization. Several years ago, Holland and the foundation partnered with Teddy Riley, Blackstreet and Shanti Das for the first annual “No Reservations Needed” event for a day of serving and giving at the Atlanta Mission. He had the pleasure of helping serve nearly 500 homeless men. On hand to support was former Mayor Kasim Reed, Ceasar Mitchell, Kwanza Hall, Trina Braxton, V103 and many others.
Holland states, “This is just the beginning! I am an incredibly lucky guy to do what I am so passionate about.”