Singer and actor, RAHSAAN PATTERSON, draws comparisons to Chaka Khan for his voice. As a child, Patterson acted in the popular 1980s television show “Kids Incorporated” along future stars Fergie, Mario Lopez and Shanice. After the show ended, Patterson gained experience as a backup vocalist for such artists as Brandy and Tevin Campbell.
In 1997, he was signed to MCA Records and released several albums before parting with MCA in 2002. At this time, Patterson started working as a session singer. In 2004, Patterson released After Hours on his own label. The album debuted at 65 on the Billboard Top R&B/Hip Hop Album Chart. Patterson’s most recent release Bleuphoria was followed by a sold out show at B.B. King’s Blues Club.