Born under the sign of the scales Ausura tried for many years to balance the musical aspect of his life. Like many Africans of America, who grow up in the southern gulf, of America he began honing his musical skills in the church. Ausura began playing with various gospel groups, and sing in several gospel choirs, as early as 7 years old. He began performing as lead singer of the group named the Shadow of the Stars, a group that covered a lot of LTD, Confunction and the Commodores.
Even though he has played violin, harmonica, sitar, flute, trumpet, guitar, and piano, he now considers himself an accomplished musician. And through midi, and digital audio capabilities Ausura has molded himself into a respectable music programmer.
After during some formal training musically in college, Ausura' s music began to take shape. At Southwest Community College in Memphis, Tennessee he has developed a musical style he calls Funk ballads. This style was fused together by blending groups like Parliament, Lakeside, Otis Redding, Al Green, Sam Cooke, and Johnny Taylor. When you listen to Ausura you can hear all of these elements almost like they're welded into one.
Once an individual lends an ear to Funk ballads, surely they come away with the Funk and satisfied with the crooning new information. They will also experience that something that they have never heard before. So maybe now is the perfect time that the world gets to experience the artist Ausura. More than ever,
Ausura is one of the coolest and funkiest singer of urban based soul that the world will hear.
Born under the sign of the scales, Ausura has achieved that balance musically. Growing up with a strong Christian base, he understood how the eco system, planets and other animals related to each other. He realized early in his life that music would play a large part in his life. As a grade schooler he took interest in playing in the school’s rhythm bands. His first formal music training began with the violin. And as with many Africans of America who grew up in the south, he began singing within the church.
Ausura began singing with various gospel groups in his neighborhood as early as seven years old. He sang as lead singer of a R&B group named the Shadow of the Stars back in the 70’s. The group covered such acts as LTD, Confunction and the Commodores. This group was very good. However, because of the lack of dedication, determination, and obligation to our nation, (ball of confusion) the group broke up achieving minimal success. Always thinking he had something profound to say, Ausura stayed focused as if knowing music would be the medium he’d use to relate to the people of the planet. And thanks to the invention of the personal computer it has now been made possible.
Even though he has played violin, harmonica, sitar, flute, trumpet, guitar, and piano, he never considered himself a accomplished musician. But through midi, and digital audio capabilities Ausura has molded himself into a respectable music programmer.
After during some formal training in college, Ausura’s music began to take shape. At Southwest Community College in Memphis, Tennessee he has developed a musical style he calls Funk-a-ballads. This style was developed by the fusion of groups like Parliament, Lakeside, Otis Redding, Al Green, Sam Cooke, and Johnny Taylor. When you listen to Ausura you can hear all of these elements almost like they’re welded into one. For this reason Ausura wanted to promote this style of music
Ausura has created his own label, Happy Hill Records that will release Ausura’s first studio album. Ausura plans to release a collection of music that he hopes will inspire that generation that want let the Funk-a-ballads die. Called Funk-a-ballads because of the absolute Funk and smooth crooning ballads that was created years ago, and still so prevalent in today’s music. “There are about four generations out there who keep active and still got the Funk. and I intend to deliver to them that Funk and those crooning ballads,” Ausura says.
Once an individual lends an ear to Funk-a-ballads, surely they come away with the Funk and satisfied with the crooning new ballad style information. They will also experience that something that they have never heard before. With the world now as it is, now is a good time to experience the artist Ausura. “More than ever, the world needs the Funk, and I will not let the Funk die.”
Ausura Akhi Amen was born October 14, 19? In Mobile, Al. He has lived life soulfully, trying to maintain some balance in life... He began singing like many African Americans, in his local church. " I’ve sang at the one and only Central , Headquartered, Church of the All Living, Fellowship, Macedonia, Salvation, Greater , 1st, 2nd, and 3rd Baptist, AME, CME, Zion Church. I sang at’em all.
Like a lot of singers back in the day, if you where not singing in the church, the street lights were there showcase. But after almost losing his life and trying to survive that trauma, he started on a trek of becoming a singer and songwriter. Now that the World has gotten smaller Ausura says “Now is my time, it didn’t happen before or sooner because it wasn’t time.” Because of the music taste of his much older siblings A-kube’s influences included the classic soul singers like Jackie Wilson, Sam Cook, and Otis Redding. And growing up he remembers how he gravitated towards singers like Marvin Gaye, Gil Scott Heron, and Curtis Mayfield. And now that he is about to shine, we have a chance to here what A-Kube thinks the alignments, of the stars, psychic predictions, wars, secrecy, lies, famine, strife, hatred, and love are really all about. The music of A-Kube is truly world music. Unkidifide
His music flavor may include a vocal drawl, that some may relate to as soulful and mellow. With that southern afro-drawl and his expressions he gives R&B somewhat of a different twang. He breaks down and does something soulful like Otis Redding used to do. And just when you think you got this dude figured out, he comes to you like the Nigerian Fela Kuti. , Fela who?....... Good luck world here come A-Kube.