FEATURED IN ISSUE #22
MONROE has continued in the pursuit of his goals of making his mark in the music and entertainment industry as a whole as he is currently dominating the airwaves with the release of his hit single titled “Wish I Never Fell In Love.” The song has already started to garner favorable reviews from local media, consequently setting the tone for several follow-up songs from the talented R and B artist.
The music world has undoubtedly evolved over the years with different stakeholders contributing to the development of the industry. Pop songs have become increasingly popular in recent years, giving birth to the emergence of several talented acts in the industry. While the development of the music industry is an amazing feat that is worth celebrating, many of the artists and other such institutions have not particularly made the kind of delivery desired by fans and listeners. This is so as many of such artists seem to have deviated from the true essence of making music – passing thought-provoking messages in a subtle, entertaining way. This is where MONROE is looking to make a huge difference, a claim that has been substantiated with his hit single.
Signed on to Seven Tyme Entertainment, the POP and R&B artist aims to be a major stakeholder in the world of entertainment by not only making good songs and having multi platinum records but is also looking to make the screenplays by the team at Seven Tyme Entertainment into movies.
The self-thought musician and music maker has always been a lover of good music and always nursed the dream of building a career in film making. He eventually decided to focus on music and started off recording demos and performing at local nightclubs in Virginia, Maryland, and Georgia. His major breakthrough came after the release of “Wish I Never Fell In Love,” a love song that has created a buzz in Atlanta Ga, Maryland and Virginia.
“Wish I Never Fell In Love” is centered around love, talking about falling in love with someone, putting everything into the relationship with the other party eventually breaking the relationship and making the other feel like they meant nothing. The song basically expresses the regret of a person after having his or her heart smashed by the other.
MONROE has been fortunate to open for some of the biggest names in R&B and Hip Hop, including Trey Songs, Jagged Edge, R Kelly, Brownstone, Silk, Mac10, Killer Mike, Bone Crusher, David Banner and Kurtis Blow and more. His perseverance and hard work in addition to his skills have stood the aspiring musician out from others in the industry.