Music Industry News Network [05-23-2014]

Ragan Whiteside Hops Genres And Releases New Video "Work It Out"


Atlanta, GA – Contemporary Jazz / R&B Flutist, Vocalist & Songwriter Ragan Whiteside has released a new music video for the song “Work it Out” from her upcoming album, Quantum Drive. While mostly known for her electrifying flute skills, Ragan steps out of the box and puts her vocals on display in this funky hip-hop/R&B tune. Get ready to dance because this new groove promises to make fans move! Check it out on YouTube:

About Ragan Whiteside

Ragan began her musical journey at the very early age of 5. She played the piano, drums, and the violin, but found her true love in playing the flute. Ragan’s passion for music led her to realize another new love: Songwriting and Arranging. After winning numerous competitions in both performance and music composition she decided to further her music studies and attended the Cleveland Institute of Music and the Harid Conservatory, where she earned a Bachelor of Music-Performance degree in Classical music.
After graduating, Ragan returned to New York to begin her career as a professional musician and immersed her composition abilities within the genres of Jazz, Funk, and R&B. After winning the Capital Jazz New Artist Competition, she released her debut album, Class Axe in 2007. Since her debut album, this award-winning artist developed a heightened focus in the writing, producing, and editing process of her sophomore release, Evolve. Evolve showcases not only her melodious musicianship as a flutist, but her sultry vocals and soulful compositions. In July 2014, Ragan returns with her 3rd studio album, Quantum Drive, further pushing the boundaries of Contemporary/Urban Jazz and R&B. Guest artists on this highly anticipated album include Bob Baldwin, Frank McComb, Althea Rene, and Patrice Rushen. Learn more about this dynamic artist at

About Randis Music

Randis Music is an independent record label specializing in Contemporary Jazz, Hip-Hop and R&B, and is the label home of Ragan Whiteside.


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