Georgia born producer Kendricke Brown has already achieved more in his young life than most musicians dream possible. As one of the smooth R&B genre’s hottest producers, K-Major has dominated the Billboard and Radio and Records (R&R) charts over the past few years with amazing production. The talented Kendricke “K-Major” Brown has become one of the most sought-after writers and artist in the music industry. K- Major has created such a buzz proving to be a man of many talents, the 27-year-old songwriter, producer, and entertainer has penned, produced, and performed for some of the biggest names in urban and pop music such as Usher, Future and Jacquees to name a few.
These relationships would prove pivotal in the launching of his solo career and enabled him to quickly move from behind the console to the stage. Integrating his solo career with his producer side is something K-Major juggles carefully and he keeps it pretty well balanced. K-Major’s heartfelt melodies mixed with southern 808’s allow him to passionately express insinuations of love versus lust, pain versus pleasure, and failure versus success. K-Major’s genre bending and blending brand of genius is a testament to his larger than life persona and there is still more magic to come.
In an industry that is often more interested in the bottom line than artistic merit, Major has managed to remain strong in his desire to carve out his unique sound. K-Major has shown that it is possible to find a happy medium between commercialism and creativity. After signing a recording contract with Redzone Entertainment/Capitol Records, K-Major hit the ground running releasing controversial singles “Smashin” and “A lot of Cash” feat Young Thug off of his debut album iMJVOR. Upon his release from Capitol Records, K-Major was discovered by Grammy Award winning duo The Dream and Tricky Stewart.
Major’s prior releases include a creative collaboration with DJ Spinz entitled “Pursuit of Happiness”; single “Shut It Down” feat August Alsina off of his first independent album Category V; single “Bandana” A Lot of Cash” feat Young Thug; and “After Dawn – EP”, and “Ain’t Yo Girl” feat Jacquees off of his sophomore album “Until Tomorrow”. his second independent album.
K-Major has racked up an impressive body of music contributing to songs by major R&B, Hip-Hop, and Pop artists such as Usher (writer and co-producer “Rivals” feat Future), Future (co-producer “Keep Quiet” & “Lookin Exotic”), French Montana (co-producer “Moses” feat Chris Brown and Migos), Jacquees (writer “Perfect”, co-writer/producer “Feel It” feat Lloyd & Rich Homie Quan), Kodie Shane (co-producer/co-writer “Losing Service”), Playboi Carti (co-producer “Half & Half”), SoMo (writer “First” & “Champion”) and more.
Major connects with his fans and love for 90’s R&B mixed over heavy 808s on “De’Angelo”, paying homage to legends such as New Edition, Tevin Campbell, Jodeci, and De’Angelo. No stranger to heartbreak, K-Major bares his soul on “Divided” featuring McKenzie Lawson, and includes a soulful ballad “Never Change” produced by Aaron Reid and Stonii. The 14-track album demonstrates carefully crafted production from rising producer Nash B (B.E.D. by Jacquees), Fuse (Moves by Big Sean), and platinum selling producer DJ Spinz (Draco by Future). The albums lead single “Ain’t Yo Girl” has received great reviews and features long-time friend and rising R&B star Jacquees.
Producing, writing, and having the voice of a song bird landed K- Major in the hands of Warner Chappell Publishing Music and he’s off to an excellent start. The release of his new single “Ain’t Yo Girl” has captured the attention of his fans and the video will be releasing on major music platforms. The records K-Major is cranking out now, are considered timeless and in the midst of writing and producing ground breaking hits for other artists, K-Major continues to create exciting new music for his own fans and while the music industry is changing fast , K-Major has a proven track record with a innovative approach to music production and K-Major will continue to break new ground as an artist.