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play hi-fi  Genre: Urban > Smooth R&B
current charts song: Efix - O tura de oras (Prod. Xtravulous)
status: unsigned
Member since: Aug 17, 2018


play hi-fi  Genre: Urban > R&B/Soul/Pop
current charts song: Laylow
status: unsigned
Member since: Aug 13, 2018

1) What made me start this business? I started singing at the age of 7 in church. What made me start getting into music as a profession was knowing that music is my passion. I wake up and breath music everyday. I like telling my stories or the stories of others. My goal is to change lives. 2) What obsticles did i have to overcome? I had to overcome the obsticles of those telling stories of who they know knowing they do not know them. The obsticle of people using me for money so they felt they can take advantage of me and most of all, the obsticle of not being believed in by those who say they did buy did not mean it. They believe in my music but not my goal to success. 3) I learned that most people will tell you what you want to hear just to use you and then there are others you that want to see you succeed. Choose your friends and people you choose to work with wisely. Do your research and know all the variables. It will save you a lot of trouble. 4) My goal in this business is to get rich but be successful. 5) The most fun i have had so far was meeting so many talented artist and getting to know successful people in the business such as Coolio and his manager, Pretty Ricky, Zackary Ceaser with REG Entertainment, etc. 6) What surprised me most are the number of people that support my music across the world. It feels good knowing you reach other countries and cities that others dream about visiting. 7) I love being my own boss because it gives me the flexability i need in order to make good music. On the other hand im not really my own boss in most aspects because i have managers and others to refer to. I mean, yes the work for me but i also work for them as well. Its a win win situation in most situations. Lol 8) I wouldn't change anything because life is a learning experience. Without learning then i would not be where i am today and know what I know. If there was one thing i wish i knew before anything it would be about contracts. Always use one even when its family involved because even family can cross you. 9) The advice I give others are to make friends and network with everyone you meet. Dress to impress and stay focused. You never know who you will meet. Always be open to knew ideas and opinions. Work together and expand on them. Become greater then yourself. 11) I wish people would understand this life is not an easy road and it is very expensive but you must invest in yourself before anyone invests there time and or money into you. 12) On my off time i spend time with my family and kids. Every now and then hang out with my friends. But mostly i am always thinking of music and writing songs. Arranging them, etc. As I stated previously my mind is always on music. 13) I market myself on Instagram, Reverbnation, Twitter, etc and do a lot of contest in which people can win products for knowing and learning about me and my music. 14) As far as my future goes, I have already seen the vision of myself being successful. I know i will be able to take care of my family and make all the non believers believers. 15) My next goal is to go main stream with my music so everyone knows my name 'Justin Brown.' I am aiming to sign a contract with a record label that will get me to where i am dreamt of being for over 10 years.


play hi-fi  Genre: Urban > R&B/Soul/Pop
current charts song: Lights Camera Action
status: unsigned
Member since: Aug 11, 2018

The Freeman Brothers

play hi-fi  Genre: Urban > R&B/Soul/Pop
current charts song: God Bless Ya! (clean) ft. K.J. Freeman
status: unsigned
Member since: Aug 10, 2018

flames music

play hi-fi  Genre: Urban > R&B/Soul/Pop
current charts song: 001REMEMBER US CHELSTONE BOYZ mr BIG MAN
status: unsigned
Member since: Aug 03, 2018


play hi-fi  Genre: Urban > R&B/Soul/Pop
current charts song: It's Been Far Too Long
status: unsigned
Member since: Jul 27, 2018


play hi-fi  Genre: Urban > R&B/Soul/Pop
current charts song: x2
status: unsigned
Member since: Jul 27, 2018

Rich Lee Hammond Remix

play hi-fi  Genre: Urban > R&B/Soul/Pop
current charts song: Musick
status: unsigned
Member since: Jul 25, 2018


play hi-fi  Genre: Urban > R&B/Soul/Pop
current charts song: Young Joe - Insecure (FINAL MIX)
status: unsigned
Member since: Jul 24, 2018

TAMPA, FL – Anyone who knows Young Joe knows that he has always been quite the ladies man. From his early days in elementary school he has always been surrounded by girls. And today he has parlayed that reputation into a successful music career as one of the fastest-rising crooners in the country. His new R&B album “My Way Out” is set to launch his career into the stratosphere. From the early age of 14, Young Joe had a passion for the pen-to-paper concept. Born the second youngest of four in South Florida, he began writing as a way to express himself – telling his story of hardship through written words. Despite the negative surroundings and a life on the streets, he realized early on that the “street life” would never lead him to where he wanted to go. So he turned to music as a way out. After high school, he started hooking up with several local artists and networking at some of the city’s bigger music conferences. He began to meet the right people, and eventually caught a major break when he wrote and featured on “Lights Low,” the first MTV Radio single by platinum recording artist 2 Pistols of Cash Money Records and Universal Motown. The record was produced by Grammy-nominated platinum producers Cool Dre in 2010 and went on to become the No. 2 most-requested song that same year, reached No. 63 on the Hot R&B Hip-Hop Songs, and No. 10 on the Hot Rap Tracks. He continued that success with more music over the years, and now his album “My Way Out” is ready to take his career to the next level. He said the melodic-album is something he created to tell a story of what he’s been going through lately, and presents a different side of himself than fans have ever seen before. “I took a back seat to the music industry for a couple of years just to write and work on my craft,” he said. “I was facing some hard times, and I used the music as my way out. This album is themed music as a way out for me and of the lifestyle I was leading before. It really gives you the soul behind my story and my truths.” The first song off the album sets the tone. “Thugs Cry Too” showcases the ups and downs of relationships with friends and the grind of daily life. It’s a song that encourages others to embrace their emotional side, and it definitely has a deep sense of vulnerability about it. Young Joe said he started with that song because he wanted listeners to know right off that bat that he’s like them in a sense, and that the entire album would be relatable. “I talk about love, loss, winning and inspiring,” he said. “Most importantly I talk about me and some of the things I’ve gone through and where I’m trying to go in life. What I really wanted with this project was to be able to relate with the common listener. There’s something on this project for everyone. I touch on subjects that are relatable because I want to be able to relate to my listeners. I’m inspired by life and things around me, things I see and people I’m around. People who support me – like family and friends and fans who push me to go farther – are going to be represented in these songs.” To listen to Young Joe’s music, or to follow him on social media, please visit: Snapchat: @youngjoe813


play hi-fi  Genre: Urban > R&B/Soul/Pop
current charts song: NEED U MORE
status: unsigned
Member since: Jul 15, 2018

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