Date of Interview: 06/17/2010
Auburn Williams is the lone female artist on Beluga Heights’ roster. And for this very reason, super-producer J.R. Rotem and her male companions – Jason Derülo, IYAZ, Sean Kingston, and Mann – have dubbed her as the “Princess of Beluga Heights.”
Blending the finest elements of pop and R&B, Auburn has garnered a considerable amount of underground buzz with her debut single, “La, La, La.” And with the release of her debut album, you can bet your bottom dollar that Warner Bros. will ensure that she receives the “royal treatment” – considering the massive successes attained by her label mates.
In the midst of a promotional campaign for “La, La, La,” Auburn managed to squeeze some time out of her busy schedule and settle down for an interview with Clayton Perry – reflecting on Keyshia Cole, her passion for film-making, and the influence of her cousin, J. Isaac.