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Emerging Artists #Romanique & #Byrd talk life, music & more with #Laghe

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About Romanique Brown :
July 9, 1987 Romanique Brown was born in Fort Valley Ga. Son of Sharon R. Brown and Raymond Marshall. He lived with mother and sister on Edward St. Also known as Lake View in the city of Fort Valley with many aunts, uncles and cousins. "Music has always been a passion of mine from the beginning, I only chose basketball because it was something I liked to do and got good at" and also it was fun. Said Romanique who is also known by many other names but Git is the one which stands for Growingintime. With the drive and ambition he is dedicated and destined for greatness. I introduce you, the man that does not believe in giving up on your dreams and goals. Romanique aka Rambo also enjoys helping people and want to do just that with his music and mind craft

About Byrd :
Kasseem Burch AKa Byrd by most of his peers is a young American Hip Hop artist, songwriter, and business entrepreneur. Byrd was born in New London, CT on April 5th, 1992. Growing up in religious household Byrd was the youngest of 5 siblings, 2 sisters and 3 brothers. In early 2000 his older brother was sadly murdered while living in Baltimore Maryland. As a young adolescent his parents’ divorce caused a major change in his life. As times became more difficult Byrd had to learn how to hustle and grind at a young age.

Growing up Byrd was known as a basketball player despite always having a passion and talent for music hidden deep within. In middle school after meeting his best friend he began writing and recording material to put on MySpace music. As an artist Byrd says he has been inspired and influenced by artist like lil Wayne, J Cole, Fabolous, Drake, Jay Z, Joe budden, Biggie, and even A boogie. Byrd has 4 Mixtape projects to date starting off in 2011 premiering with his first mixtape “Dey Call Me Byrd”, an introduction to his career.