Meet Singer and Songwriter Kwame Mandela Brown

I would describe the music that I create positive motivation for the spirt

Kwame Mandela Brown born an raised in Charlotte, NC on Idlewild started working on music in 1994 as a songwriter then started from the church choir started playing sports took time away from my craft to see if sports was my way to the too but I guess it’s my music that made me the positive outspoken person I am today 2000 started working with major labels to build my brand but started recording in 2005 with Young corporate Ent producer Marley Millz releasing project to be out in SoundCloud from features from my brother Jaquann Brown. Bornning 1990 raised as a Hornets Fan releasing 4 Mixtapes on mixtape site Worst Enemy, Back On ,Worst Enemy 2 an more the album. Back On 2 Features Gone which will be out December my birth year Gone the first Single on Apple Music Spotify google play iTunes Eastside Money Bilionaire. distro kid Distrubution I signed my self

Lisa: What first got you into music?

Kwame: What first got me into music was listening to intsrumentals and watching how patterns form to give you a great beat but to make this quick the rush you get when the venue is packed an the lyrics start.

Lisa: How would you describe the music that you typically create?

Kwame: I would describe the music that I typically create positive motivation for the spirt tryin to reach self peace so the world could be a better place.

Lisa: What is your creative process like?

Kwame: My creative process is on a whole different level I’m able to engineer my work then write my song lyrics that same day.

Lisa: Can you tell us a bit more about your favorite song and what inspired you to make it?

Kwame: My favorite song is Gone it speaks to my soul about how you have to know the value of a dollar it’s motivating me to want more then top 50!on the billboards.

Lisa: Which famous musicians do you admire?

Kwame: The musician of my heats would be some old school Bob Marley inspires me to be good.

Lisa: What is the most trouble you’ve ever gotten into?

Kwame: The most trouble that I’ve been in is getting kicked out the band in 2008 so I took my own positive route .

Lisa: What is the best advice you’ve been given?

Kwame: The best advice I was ever given is from the great Michael Jordan Win don’t fear no Oppent dominant .

Lisa: What’s next for you?

Kwame:Next for Kwame Mandela Brown will be starting my own Label Eastside Money Billionaire am Pushing Records. Thanks Indy heroes

Thank you Kwame!


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Written by Lisa

Love music and to write about music. Finishing Journalism on Emerson College and enjoying life.


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