After sharing the Grammy stage with Cee Lo Green, Carly Robyn Green was given advice from the “Forget You” singer that would change her career forever. Following years of lending her singing and song-writing talents to countless works including film and tv projects, collaborating with Lil Zane, as well as opening for Chris Brown and Shontelle, miss Green has ventured upon Cee Lo’s advice and set out to release her own record.
Her latest single, “What Love Is All About” is out now!
You may recognize Carly’s work from features on over 120 television shows spanning 30+ networks, including NBC’s 30 Rock and Fashion Star, ABC’s One Life to Live, Showtime’s The Real L Word, HBO’s Hung, Lifetime’s Dance Moms, BET’s Born to Dance, the CW’s Beauty & the Beast, Fly Girls, and Remodeled, MTV’s The Real World and Made, Teen Nick’s Degrassi, and E!’s Keeping Up with the Kardashians, as theme songs for We TV’s I Do Over, LOGO’s Pretty Hurts, and The Movie Network’s The Right Hand, as movie title tracks for American Girl: McKenna Shoots for the Stars and Slightly Single in LA, in films including Life Happens starring Kate Bosworth and House Bunny starring Anna Farris, in movie promos for Fox’s What’s Your Number, and on international records in the Jpop, Kpop, Chinese and Spanish markets.
Her work has also gained over 1.5 million views on YouTube, taken her to venues like Madison Square Garden and Wachovia Arena, and ha even been debuted on XM satellite radio. In 2013, she signed a co-publishing deal with BMG Chrysalis that lead her to where she is today.
Carly’s original recordings gained the attention of Tony and Grammy nominated composer Frank Wildhorn (composer of Whitney Houston’s “Where Do Broken Hearts Go” and numerous hits for Natalie Cole, Patti LaBelle, and Sammy Davis Jr.) they began collaborating together on a set of eclectic songs that suit Carly’s artistic personality and modern A/C style. Famed Danish producer Carsten Lindberg also produced nine songs for the exciting project.
You’re not going to want to miss future releases from this star! Her music conveys the classic sounds of R&B and revisits the songwriting styles of Whitney Houston, Celine Dion, and Better Midler, all of whom have been an inspiration for Carly Robyn Green.
Follow Carly on her social media pages and stay tuned for more updates on her album release!