Get Your Grown & Sexy- Surprise Exclusive Song by Steph was a hit at The Black Season (QBC’s weekly L word series)

If you weren’t in the house on Sunday, February 8th at Queer Black Cinema newest weekly L word film series then you missed out! Steph, the sapphic songstress graced the stage with her R&B soulful sound.  Thoughs who were exposed to Steph voice at the Black season pre-show  for the first time were amazed.  Off stage you get this shy, humble dark to earth woman who is cool with everyone. On stage, you have a “hersome”, confident, bold, sexy butch looking woman that will seduce you with her words.  Her voice will get you soak and wet in places will make you, well let’s just say, you will be happy. All of your erotica dreams and fantasy will come true.

Steph, The Sapphic Songstress@ The Black Season(QBC's Weekly L word series) 2/15/09

Steph, The Sapphic Songstress@ The Black Season(QBC's Weekly L word series) 2/15/09

If you want to hear more of Steph, the sapphic songstress then check the video above. Free downloadable songs are coming soon to her ouwebsite at http://www.sapphicsoul.com.

Be sure to check out Queer Black Cinema every Sunday at their weekly series, “the BLACK season: Shifting focus to women of color on the L word. The next event is happening February 15th, the Black season Post Valentine’s Dating Game Pre-Show. “The BLACK season take place at the Harlem’s upscale Restaurant, Billie’s Black – 271 West 119th Street between St Nicholas and Frederick Douglass Blvd.  The event is FREE to get in with a two-drink minimum or dinner. Be sure to RSVP at info@queerblackcinema.org. Getting there early is highly suggested. Sponsorship opportunities are available contact www.queerblackcinema.org

About QUEER BLACK CINEMA®

QUEER BLACK CINEMA® (QBC) is New York’s first and only monthly micro- cinema and international film & music festival volunteer-ran organization dedicated to showcasing independent narrative and documentary works by U.S. and international Black LGBTQ (lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender and queer) filmmakers. QBC encourages filmmakers to create films knowing there is a venue specifically developed to display their works.   QBC aims to be to filmmakers what Apollo is to some of the greatest musicians in the world- a home to preserve our history and expose all to our stories.

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