Being a part of the music industry has always been a dream for Corona Queens, New York, rapper Leroy Brown. From a young age, he was influenced by Rhythm and Blues, Rock n Roll, Hip Hop as well as Reggae. Being from a Jamaican family–as well as having an aunt (Beverly Kelso) who sang for Bob Marley and The Wailers–he was exposed to Reggae music early on in his life which made a major impact on his musical tastes.

Leroy knew early on where his passions lay–his music. He began to formulate what had been a street dream into reality and began to pursue his musical aspirations. As fate would have it, Leroy reconnected with his childhood friend Kevin Pough aka Jo-Yce who worked for a marketing and promotions company called DigiWaxx Media and from that vital connection Leroy began to put pieces to his master plan together. Through DigiWaxx Leroy was able to network in the music industry and meet artists from across the nation.

His newest “Still Be Me” featuring Maxx Beats–and produced by Cornut– finds Leroy in a familiar mode: talking to the ladies while mixing his trap and Maxx Beat’s soulful/pop. Give the track a spin!