Keri D. Singleton has worn more than a few hats in two decades of working in and around the music industry. Radio intern, artist management, promotions assistant at Power 105 Radio in New York City, and promotions/marketing representative at several record labels and clothing lines are only a few of the titles he has held since the early 1990’s. His relentless pursuit to carve a niche in the entertainment industry has afforded him opportunities to meet legendary music icons as well as an education in the music/fashion business that no book could offer.
Singleton, who was born and raised in the Roxbury section of Boston (home of the R&B group New Edition and rap artist ED OG), had early aspirations to follow the footsteps of his music industry idol Russell Simmons. He networked with New York and Philadelphia-based promoters and artists and quickly developed working relationships with influential people across the Northeast. In 1995, while still living in Boston, he was invited to speak on a marketing panel at the Jack The Rapper Music Conference in Atlanta. The following year, Keri D. Singleton spoke at the annual Philadelphia Music Conference and was invited to sit on a panel at that conference in 1997 as well. Mr. Singleton was awarded a gold and platinum plaque for his work on reggae artist Shaggy’s Boombastic album and single in 1997 and went on to speak at Boston’s Can We Talk music seminar. Additionally, he was an awards presenter at the Boston Caribbean Music Awards that year, which followed his move to New York City where he resides today. In 2011, Keri D. Singleton was also an awards presenter at the New England Urban Music Awards and a panelist at the Can We Talk 2 U Again Music Conference, both in Boston. --->> tune in to learn more abot Keri or visit http://keridsingleton.com/about/