2013 has proven to be the year that music was rejuvenated across many genres; R&B has seen an impressive revival led by a new crop of talent. Rhyon Brown is the latest addition to the music scene and if her face seems a bit familiar to you, you may be remembering her as the headstrong Lizzie Sutton on ABC Family's hit television series "Lincoln Heights". Much like her former co-star and current R&B brethren Mishon, Rhyon is a true contender in the genre and being under the wing of Eric Bellinger via his YFS imprint (Your Favorite Song) definitely doesn't hurt, either.
Rhyon showcases her versatility in her latest cover, "Girls Love Beyoncé," a Drake and James Fauntleroy collaboration that's become a fast favorite among fans and artists alike. Her tone is just right but packs a punch that is subtle yet warmly welcomed by listeners. The visual accompanying the track is a great introduction to Rhyon the artist as she's hard at work in the studio and reminds us that she isn't little Lizzie anymore.
fun fact: Rhyon Brown is the sister of RaVaughn Brown and recently co-directed her latest video "Best Friend"