Shalamar Reloaded New Concert Trailer.

"We put a lot of thought into what we do. We want to give the audience something special every time we take the stage." - Jody Watley and Shalamar Reloaded

A. Scott Galloway, Urban Music Scene: "Jody and company rocked that ol’ Roxy with an Arctic blast of fresh air fierceness."

Harriet Kaplan, SoCalToday:


"Shalamar Reloaded, featuring her stellar and diverse backing band, which also included lead singer Nate Allen Smith and choreographer/vocalist Rosero McCoy, gave the next chapter in the group’s history and reboot a fresh vitality and vibrancy..."

"The second half of the performance was a tribute to Watley’s wildly successful career as a breakout solo artist and featured the radio hits – “Looking For A New Love,” “Some Kind of Lover,” “Don’t You Want Me” and “Friends.” 

Andy Argykakis, Chicago Reviews:
"..from disco, house and hip hop Jody Watley and the new Shalamar Reloaded sparkle.."

Michael Shulman:
"..first came Shalamar Reloaded..lemme tell you - the trio was tight!"


Shalamar Reloaded Thought of The Day

Rosero McCoy, Jody Watley, Nate Smith. Shalamar Reloaded.


Live your life, be the light. It's your journey and no one else's. 

Jody Watley and Shalamar Reloaded The Roxy Review and In Depth Conversation with A. Scott Galloway





Shalamar Reloaded. Live at The Roxy.


This interview is one for the ages; the concert review from The Roxy further solidifies Shalamar Reloaded as a legitimate live act to be seen and experienced. Read it on: UrbanMusicScene.com












Comments from Facebook/JodyWatleyOfficial
Gerald P. Brown : "I wonder. How many people would continue doing business with ANY company without an agreement on profit sharing. Then , be told an agreement for their participation had been secured through arrangement with their former label. But , should I pursue a settlement in accordance with said agreement my LIFE would be in danger . This following him helping himself to hundreds of thousands of dollars owed Shalamar from live performances . His label itself was born out of controversy with Don over his unwelcomed pursuit of a young lady in my former group ( The Soul Train Gang ). Questionable character ; theft ; threatening comments were what DROVE me away . I fail to see how walking away from a NO WIN situation warranted being blackballed and lied on for decades. Were it not for Jody Watley ; this farce might have followed me to my grave. She alone is responsible for me speaking out and my desire to share the TRUTH ."

Dotun Iluyomade That was an interview of mass destruction!! It laid it out took aim and detonated!!! It had everything in it, Zingers galore "What is she going to do? she didnt sing on any of the hits" EXACTLY!!! I was howling at every "blast" Trademark in Watleys' hands they do a photoshoot!!. Nate and Rosero are not imposters neither do they lie to the audience during concerts and now they have sang on 2 singles when the other one has been in the group for 15 years singing nothing new. To Reload is to start afresh, and thats #SRL for you. I'm reading the interview again lol!!!! 

Erin Johnson: This is a terrific, insightful interview. I really appreciate your candidness and honesty. It's exciting to see You and Shalamar Reloaded (Rosero, Nate) receiving rave reviews.

Jody Watley and Shalamar Reloaded Perform on KTLA Morning News Entertainment



Shalamar Reloaded returned to the KTLA studio's on January 27 in support of the forthcoming new SlowDance Remix release and to promote The Roxy Theater concert January 29. Watch the interview and performance KTLA Entertainment with Sam Rubin: Here

Get SlowDance Remixed on iTunes and other digital outlets!!

Buy it now: https://geo.itunes.apple.com/us/album/slowdance-single/id1074454424?mt=1&app=music

Jody Watley and Shalamar Reloaded The Roxy Review: SocCalToday




It meant the most for Jody Watley, Nate Smith and Rosero McCoy to bring their dynamic stage show to their home base Los Angeles. You can perform anywhere in the world, but there's no place like doing it in front of your home crowd.
To the small group of naysayers who jumped out early to predict the trio would be booed offstage, it wouldn't work, what's Watley going to do with it; the answers have been clear. Cheers, progress and success.

Feb. 1 Review by Harriet Kaplan: SoCalToday