Infinity’s Song: Sibling band goes from subway performers to artists under Jay-Z’s label

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NEW YORK — A band of five siblings is reminding us that “Everything’s Gonna’ Be Alright.”

That’s the name of their new song.

They are a five-sibling family vocal group from New Jersey who went from playing in Central Park and the New York City subway to being signed by Jay-Z.

Abraham, Victory, Angel, Israel and Momo Boyd, otherwise known as “Infinity’s Song,” spoke to PIX11 about how they were discovered and what message they have for anyone who has a dream similar to theirs.

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