Hi, I'm Ronbon an artist from Greensboro, NC. I first started rapping around 18 and I recently as of this year, started singing and doing a combination of both on a few songs. I was born in 1993, April 8th. People have come to love my songs and I want my songs to get out there to a lot of listeners. Give my songs a listen your bound to love one or more. Thanks
brody. is a Boston based artist who has recently hones his sound and began experimenting with his love for poetry, rap, and guiding guitar. An album, Jellyfish Stings and Sunburns, is on the way and there is much more to come. The music is for fans of spoken word poetry, hip hop, and artists like La Dispute and The XX.
Carlos Daniel aka “DatClockBoy LosC,” was born and raised in Norfolk Virginia. Growing up LosC would listen to rap music and use it as motivation to get him thru his day. Artist such as Lord Finesse, Cool G. Rap, Biggie Smalls and Jay-Z were easy to relate too because their messages and stories was very much alike what LosC experienced everyday in Virginia. Along with music LosC has also produced and starred in a movie called “Pain&Music”. He is currently writing, producing and directing a Web Series called the “ClockBoyZ”.
FLOW is a New Age music group – Will Ackerman, Fiona Joy, Lawrence Blatt and Jeff Oster.
In early 2015, Lawrence Blatt invited Fiona Joy and Jeff Oster to join him at Will Ackerman’s Imaginary Road Studios to create an album Inspired by the iconic Windham Hill ensembles.
Once recording began, it became clear that Will could be an essential part of this group as an artist as well as producer. When invited, Will was happy to join the others and FLOW was born. With Will and Tom Eaton producing, this group will surely capture the essence of today’s New Age music.
I am a singer songwriter from Orange County. I wrote and co-produced the song "Let Me Go". Availabel on Spotify and Apple Music.
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Artist Bio Will Francis (Dolla Bill) started listening to music at the age of ten. His older sister had vinyl records cassette tapes that were popular during that time. These were his first influences that began to shape his musical awareness and creativity. At the age of sixteen, he started learning how to play guitar, writing lyrics and emulating the lyrical themes and vocal styles of bands and front men that were popular among his circle of friends. He tried out for a few bands as a vocalist but didn’t have the right type of voice for the kind of music he was trying to cover.
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