Keri D. Singleton is an award-winning author, the president of Entrigue Magazine, and the host of the Keri’s Korner Radio Show. Born in Boston, Massachusetts, Singleton moved to New York City in 1996 to pursue his music industry ambitions. He worked for Arista Records promoting debut albums by artists such as TLC, Toni Braxton, The Notorious B.I.G., and Usher. Later he worked at Palm Tree Records where their rostar of acts included Shaggy, Capleton, and Rayvon.
On April 1, 2013 the Keri’s Korner Radio Show debuted in New York City. The two hour program provides a platform for musicians, authors, fashion designers, and prominent persons in the arts and entertainment community. Small business owners, political figures, and other persons of interest have also been welcomed on the show.
Keri D. Singleton was the 2018 recipient of the Humanitarian Award and, in the same year, received the 2018 SITA Award for the film “Live To tell: My Story.” The documentary chronicles his life story and inspired him to visit jails in New York City to speak to incarcerated youth. Singleton continues to use his platforms to encourage, motivate, and entertain his legion of supporters.