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In a Exculsive global media conference call on October 31, 2013, Tyrese Gibson introduces and highlights singer/songwriter Keynon Dixon and hip hop producer Seige Monstracity:

Photo source: Voltron Recordz

Photo source: Voltron Recordz

“Kenyon is from my hometown, Watts in South Central LA, so to have the honor of being a part of and witnessing his growth has actually inspired me. He’s a triple threat: singer, songwriter and artist who can truly hold his own and compete with the best of us out here. He’s the guy to watch in 2014 and beyond.”

– Tyrese Gibson CEO of Voltron Recordz

Photo source: Voltron Recordz

Photo source: Voltron Recordz

Kenyon Dixon

Born and raised in the Jordon Down Housing Projects of Watts, California.  Kenyon is 24 years old and has made a noteworthy mark on the music scene as an artist, song writer and producer.  He grew up surrounded by music with his father being a vocalist/guitarist and his mother, brother and sister also being vocalist, his singing at church assisted with developing the breathtaking vocals he now exhibits.

Kenyon started as a rapper, from this experience he began placing more focus on his writing, singing and producing skills, eventually he set rapping aside.  He received his first song placement in “2011” entitled “What took you so long” on singer Tyrese’s Grammy nominated album, “Open Invitation”.  Tyrese took Kenyon under is wings and helped him kick start his songwriting career which, opened many doors of opportunity.  His impression on LA’s live music scene, soulful sound, prominent pen and youthful swag is quickly attracting a broad range of supporters.  Nevertheless, Kenyon is becoming a favorite among “New School” trendsetters and R& B.

Having worked as a background vocalist for artists such as Usher, Kimbra, Faith Evans, Tank, Ginuwine, Kelly Rowland and more, Kenyon has decided to try his luck at pursuing his own music career. He most recently released his 3rd independent co-produced project titled “The Higher Ground EP” (Download at AudioMack.Com). In addition to working on his EP, Kenyon still managed to lend his pen to other projects such as Tyrese’s “Open Invitation” album, and writing the fan favorites on TGT’s (Tyrese, Ginuwine, Tank ) #1 on Billboard “Three Kings” album: “Sex Never Felt Better,” “FYH,” and “Hurry.” He also penned Ann Nesby’s latest single “Through With You,” and more.

When asked about his work, Kenyon said, It’s all vibe, it’s not really a sound. It’s more of a feeling, feel it!” Kenyon is definitely on the move and has many more projects coming up in the future. “You’ll know it when you hear it.”

“Seige is the future of hip hop producers, period. I believe his breakthrough is right now; it’s the season of SEIGE MONSTRACITY.”

– Tyrese Gibson CEO of Voltron Recordz

Photo source: Voltron Recordz

Photo source: Voltron Recordz

Seige Monstracity

Hot new Hip-Hop producer, Marcus White better known as “Seige Monstracity,” has emerged to the music scene. Growing up on the West side of Detroit, Seige was raised by his single mother and older sister. As a child, Seige was a fan of Hip-Hop music listening to artists such as LL Cool J, KRS One and Black Moon. With a grandfather who played saxophone with Dexter Gordon and John Coltrane, a father who played the drums, and two aunts who toured the world singing gospel, Seige was destined to follow in his family’s footsteps which is evident as to why he embarked on the journey to become a rapper.

In the midst of recording his first rap album, Seige was introduced to producing and began to produce his own records. He later decided to put rapping on hold and focus totally on the production side of music looking up to producers such as Erick Sermon and Rocwilder.

In 2005, Seige transitioned from Detroit to Los Angeles with a mindset of taking over the music industry. In spite of his determination to win and get on, Seige fell on hard times while in Los Angeles and hit rock bottom. After being homeless for a month, Seige landed a job as a sales associate at Guitar Center. Seige produced beats during lunch breaks while at work hoping for means of income. Not knowing God had a greater plan, he made great impressions with singer, actor and New York Times Best-selling author, Tyrese Gibson. While Tyrese was in Guitar Center, Seige’s co-worker pressed play on an unfinished track that Seige created. Tyrese heard the track, immediately contacted Seige and the rest is history.

Seige has been a part of Tyrese’s team and has been working under his wing for 8 years now. Seige was originally one of Tyrese’s producers called “The Frontline Boyz” coming up in the ranks with the likes of songwriter James Fauntleroy, 1500 or nothing, HIT BOY and many others. Working with Tyrese has played a major part in Seige’s professional production career taking him from a 500 dollar beat guy to a 5 figure beat maker.  “The people he put me around granted me access to so many opportunities. He plays a serious role in my life and in everything I do,” said Seige of Tyrese.

Since the magical door opened in 2005, Seige has worked with Dr. Dre , Snoop Dogg, T-Pain, Too Short, Kurupt, Marsha Ambrosius, and Busta Rhymes, just to name a few. This is only the beginning for the Monstracity. He is currently working with Voltron Recordz recording artist Kristal, David Banner, as well as production on the upcoming movie Fast and The Furious 7. Any and everything that comes his way he’s ready. “More music, more me, more Seige Monstracity.”

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