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International recording artist, producer, and songwriter, B. Howard, known for producing platinum selling artists such as Ne-Yo, Missy Elliott, Ginuwine, Trey Songz, Lupe Fiasco, Bow Wow
releases his latest single and video, "Dancefloor," both making its US premiere on Wednesday, June 8th on iTunes and across all digital platforms. "Dancefloor
" from 6 Point Entertainment is from Howard's forth-coming album titled "Genesis." The "Dancefloor
" video streams live starting Wednesday, June 8th, at 12:01 AM (PST) from VEVO https://www.vevo.com/watch/b-howard/dancefloor/USA2P1174169 and on youtube https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6UZTCaaffCU accompanied by a live chat on UStream at https://www.ustream.tv/channel/dance-floor-release where B. Howard
will take questions from his fans from all over the world.
" showcases the vocal talents of Howard
as well as featuring the musical contributions from Grammy Award Winning Producer, James
Poyser on keys and bass, Questlove from The Roots, on drums and Grammy Winning Arranger Benjamin
Wright and his orchestra, who collectively create an instant classic. Questlove remarks, "B. Howard
is an extraordinary talent. It's almost as if an unspoken spirit has blessed him. I consider it an honor to have worked with this man." Poyser adds, "He's a true talent, someone who is new and different, but at the same time can be considered classic."
" video has already brought about comparisons between B. Howard
and the "King of Pop." Howard
has a long and close relationship with the Jackson family; in fact, Randy Jackson's daughter, Genevive contributed vocals to his first single "Super Model," alongside sister Kaitlen Howard. Jackie Jackson supports by adding, "We are proud of Brandon
and all of his accomplishments. The music speaks for itself."
" was released last summer by Universal Music
Japan and immediately climbed the Billboard Tokyo album charts. It is Howard's talents for percussion and piano, along with his ability to combine old school and new school music that has gained him unbelievable global recognition. When asked, "Why Japan first?," B. Howard
is more than eager to respond, "I have always loved coming to Japan and saw the real appreciation they have for music. But I never thought I'd receive this kind of welcome and support so quickly." Music
retail giant HMV dubbed Howard
the "Prince of Pop."
After working as award winning record producer and songwriter, B. Howard has seamlessly moved from behind the mixing console to the microphone and from all indications - the sky is the limit. The thirteen song "Genesis" album includes the infectious "Dancefloor," the intimate ballad "Crush" and the upbeat sexy "Super Model." Universal Music Japan's Managing Director Kimi Kato explained, "I signed B. Howard because I felt the natural aura of a superstar when I first met him and after listening to some of his demos I only followed my instinct. It was that simple."
About B. HOWARD
Born in Los Angeles, and raised in Chicago, B. Howard's music has traveled the world. His name garnered international recognition after writing and producing on Ginuwine's first platinum album, "The Senior." His musical strengths are sprung from a long bloodline such as his grandmother, Josephine Howard of the legendary gospel group "The Caravans" and his mother, Miki Howard, who was a number one recording artist with Atlantic Records. B. Howard's musical proficiencies were further developed through his bond with the legendary Jackson Family. From a very young age, this influential relationship helped shape his imminent career.
As a producer and songwriter, B. Howard has collaborated with artists such as Ne-Yo, Chris Brown, Missy Elliott, Trey Songz, Dru Hill, Jay Sean, Marques Houston, and Lupe Fiasco. He recently produced "Ke Nako," a song appearing on the Official World Cup Album releasing globally through Sony Music and more importantly, marking his official debut as a recording artist. In 2010, B. Howard has launched his own Entertainment Company, 6 Point Entertainment with industry veteran Jonnie Forster.