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November 1, 2011

Urban Method's Myke Charles on NBC's Sing-Off


Mykal Hudson -- better known locally as Myke Charles, or by his previous moniker, Purpose Found, of the Fresh Breath Committee -- is a member of Urban Method, the talented Denver-based a cappella group assembled by Sonic Audio's Tony Huerta and currently vying for the top spot on NBC's Sing-Off. Since the show premiered at the end of September, Urban Method has steadily made its way to the top. And with last night's episode, the outfit secured its place among the final six acts.

Easily wowing the judges with the obvious chemistry between the group's members, Urban Method, taking advantage of his rap virtues and deep vocals, let Charles's star shine on performances of songs like "Love the Way You Lie," by Enimem, and "Can't Get Enough," by the Black Eyed Peas. While it may look easy on stage, Myke says the only easy thing about the process was pulling together the artists to make up the band.

"We made it onto the Sing-Off as a new group, and it really is an extreme condition to be working in," Charles reveals. "Meaning like extreme in the sense that you work about fifteen- to eighteen-hour days and are challenged to be great every day. Not only that, you're with your group 95 percent of the time. So being a new group as we are, there were growing pains. We had to quickly work well together and quickly get to know each other and learn each other's working styles." Read more.

Posted by acapnews at November 1, 2011 9:21 PM


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