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Reginald Johnson, also known as "Reggie Regg," is a native of Washington, D.C. At only two years old, Reggie started showing interest in playing drums and got his first opportunity to explore his musical gift at church.



Reginald Johnson, also known as "Reggie Regg," is a native of Washington, D.C. At only two years old, Reggie started showing interest in playing drums and got his first opportunity to explore his musical gift at church.

Not only does Reggie have a love for music, but he enjoys working with young people. He believes in giving back, thus he spends some of his time working with the youth as a drum instructor. His students range from the ages of three years old and up. According to Reggie, “Somebody mentored me therefore, I was given this gift to be a mentor.” One of his other goals in life is to one day open a music school, where he can nurture the gift of music in others.



As an innovative musician, Reggie believes in the power of music. His experience in studio recording, music production, music instruction, live performances, touring and mentoring has created a solid platform for his diversity and expertise in the industry, both here and abroad. His personal relationships with other working musicians, like Aaron Spears, Paul "Buggy" Edwards, Fou Fou, Joey Heredia, Luke Austin, Bennie Rodgers II, Ron Powell, Teddy Campbell and others, have played a significant role in his professional and personal growth as a musician. In essence, Reggie stands on his mantra: “When you work hard, pray and stay focused, your gift will make room for you.”



Reggie’s humble spirit, work ethic, and professionalism, coupled with his unique style, have earned him positive recognition and respect throughout the music industry. 


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Babyface: Tiny Desk Concert
NPR Music

Babyface: Tiny Desk Concert

NPR Music is celebrating Black Music Month with an array of brand new Tiny Desk concerts. Together, these artists represent the past, present and future of Black music. This month of carefully curated shows is a celebration of Black artists expressing themselves in ways we've never seen before, and of the Tiny Desk's unique way of showcasing that talent. Nikki Birch | June 9, 2023 I was working late when Kenneth "Babyface" Edmonds first arrived at the office to rehearse for his Tiny Desk concert. Within moments, it was clear it would be an exceptional performance. The next day, my colleagues waited patiently to see the legendary singer, songwriter and producer. Because when it comes to matters of the heart, Babyface has turned our angst, our triumphs, our devastation, into timeless love songs that have scored the romances of more than one generation. Joined by top-tier talent — Tank, Chanté Moore and Avery Wilson — Babyface came out swinging. From the songs that put him on the map, to those he wrote or produced for other icons, around the room hit after hit was met with swoons, sighs and not a few tears. (Ok, maybe that was just me.) Babyface is a titan of the music industry: with numerous top 10 hits, 12 Grammys (50 nominations) and a jaw-dropping roster of collaborations. In 2022, he assembled a stellar ensemble of women for one of my favorite albums of the year, Girls Night Out. To watch this master of pen and sound behind the Tiny Desk was truly epic and nothing short of a dream come true. SET LIST "Two Occasions" "Whip Appeal" "Superwoman" "Take A Bow" "Not Gon' Cry" "Can We Talk" "Change the World" "Thnks fr th Mmrs" "I'll Make Love To You" "End Of The Road" "Exhale (Shoop Shoop)" MUSICIANS Kenny "Babyface" Edmonds: vocals, keys, guitar Erskine Hawkins III: keys, music director Antoine Porter: guitar Walt Barnes Jr.: bass Reggie Regg: drums Tank: vocals Chanté Moore: vocals Avery Wilson: vocals TINY DESK TEAM Producer: Bobby Carter Director/Editor: Joshua Bryant Audio Engineer: Josh Rogosin Creative Director: Bob Boilen Videographers: Joshua Bryant, Kara Frame, Maia Stern, Sofia Seidel Audio Assistant: Hannah Gluvna Production Assistant: Ashley Pointer Tiny Desk Team: Suraya Mohamed, Hazel Cills Photographer: Catie Dull VP, Visuals and Music: Keith Jenkins Senior VP, Programming: Anya Grundmann #tinydesk #nprmusic #babyface