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R&B singer and actor Tyrese Gibson — referred to as Tyrese — began his career at the age of 14, performing in local talent shows around his home in Los Angeles’ Watts section. His big break came when he starred in a commercial for Coca-Cola, followed shortly in 1998 by his self-titled debut album for RCA. 2000 Watts arrived three years later and I Wanna Go There appeared a year after that, but it wasn’t until late 2006 that he released his fourth album, Alter Ego, a double-disc set split between R&B and rap material. Even with the four-year gap between releases, Alter Ego was Tyrese‘s fourth consecutive Top Ten R&B album.


19-year-old singer-songwriter, now based out of Los Angeles, Maeta released her debut EP “Do Not Disturb” in 2019 and never looked back. Starting out on SoundCloud, she started to catch the attention of fans and industry heads alike from her weekly song releases. Maeta’s impact was felt through her covers that were uploaded to YouTube and Instagram where the tone of her voice was one that could not be denied. The song “Babygirl” off her debut EP took off telling a sensitive tale of a young woman who doesn’t want to be disturbed. Maeta says, “my music makes me feel sexy, confident, and empowered. That’s the vibe I want to share with everyone.”

Swagg R'Celious

Producer and songwriter Swagg R’Celious aka KiD 808 has and continues to build an innovative and creative mark on the music industry. He has had career-defining opportunities to work with artists, writers and producers such as: Baby Face, J Que Smith, Tony Dixion, K. Michelle, Gabi Wilson, Elle Varner, Tiara Thomas, Livre, Claude Kelly, Chuck Harmony, Michael Mathis, Kery James, Coko of SWV, Fame, Eric Hudson, Juke Box, Dawn Richards and many more. Respected beyond the genres of hip hop and R&B music, Swagg, whose humble beginnings rooted in the church have evolved across cultural lines, from for Korean pop star Hyo Lee to writing the score for the motion picture “Stick Up Kids”.

Tone Stith

Tone Stith is a rising star on the R&B scene whose hard work and craft is not to be overlooked. Influenced by his parents at a young age, Tone began playing the drums, started learning how to use production software, and in church began to embody the talent of a singer. Fast forward to 2015, Tone’s career takes a turn for the better as he proves his worth co-writing Chris Brown’s platinum record “Liquor.” 


Born and raised in Los Angeles, California, growing up on the Northeast Coast, Lonr is a self-taught musician and producer that got his shot in the music industry working with H.E.R. Landing two Grammy nominations for his work on H.E.R.’s material, Lonr made his solo debut with “A.M.” and “Safe Zone.” Lonr’s style comes at you as R&B influence with a twist of alternative hip-hop and soul, some would say it reminds them of Post Malone, or the late Juice Wrld. Despite the comparisons, Lonr continues to strive in his own direction that can be considered a genre of his own as he works to perfect his craft.

Tiara Thomas

A quick click online yields this succinct definition of the word original: “Not dependent on other people’s ideas; inventive and unusual.” For those seeking the musical equivalent of that, you need look no further than Tiara Thomas.


Since RCA released her self- titled EP, she has been the topic of conversation among peers and fans. The unidentifiable artist has been taken the industry by storm since the release of a 7-track project under a mysterious new artist moniker, H.E.R. With very little promo around the project, she received praises from music industry heavy weights such as Alicia Keys, Brandy, Wyclef Jean, Bryson Tiller and Rihanna.