Introducing you to the rising star in the world of music, Mond – a young and talented rapper who is making waves with his infectious sound and captivating albums. In an era where the music scene is constantly evolving, Mond has emerged as a fresh and unique voice that is quenching the thirst of music lovers around the globe.
Mond's music is a sonic journey like no other, a blend of catchy rap verses, and pulsating beats that are sure to get your head nodding and your feet tapping. His lyrics resonate with authenticity and relatability, making him a relatable figure for a diverse audience. Each track he creates is a testament to his dedication to the art of storytelling through music.
Whether you're a long-time hip-hop aficionado or simply someone looking for music that speaks to your soul, Mond's work is bound to captivate you. So, sit back, relax, and let the beats of Mond's music carry you away into a world where rhythm and rhyme come together to create a truly unforgettable experience. Discover Mond today, and be prepared to be swept away by his magnetic talent and the sheer passion he pours into his music. Enjoy the music and the ride!
Deriving from a church-driven family, Ronnie Eriic grew up singing in the choir and learning to play the drums. Originally born in Plainfield, NJ but grew up in Scotch Plains, NJ.
In 2014, he decided to move to Atlanta to further pursue his musical career. While juggling multiple jobs like Uber, Ronnie continues to chase his dreams. Ronnie started performing at different events and at local spots like the Music Room and East Atlanta Village. In 2018, Ronnie Eriic started to really hone in on his craft. He invested in himself by purchasing his first set of studio equipment, where he began to learn how to record his own music. Ronnie enjoyed freestyling in his car, showcasing his rap flow, and this allowed him to start building a solid fan base. He also released his first album, "R.E.A.L" (Recognize Everything Ain't Limited), which he recorded in his home studio.
In 2019, after his first studio debut album, Ronnie released three singles: "She Knows," "Summer Vibes," and his latest hit single, "100 Grand," which is currently featured on NBA game highlights and an AT&T advertisement. Moving forward to 2020, Ronnie's highly anticipated new album, "Rebirth," raised the bar with infused R&B and hip-hop tracks that everyone can relate to, learn something from, and truly love every lyric and melody put on the project. The timeless nature of his music gives listeners something to feel.
Dr. Brandon W. Jones is a speaker, professor, podcaster, consultant, student affairs practitioner, and minister. In the community, he serves as the Student Pastor at Greater Mt. Zion Church in Austin, TX and is heavily involved as a Big Brother in Big Brothers Big Sisters. When he is not speaking or serving, he is working as the Director of Student Engagement, Programming, and Partnerships in the Office of the Dean of Students at the University of Texas at Austin. He also teaches in the College of Liberal Arts. He holds a Bachelor of Fine Arts degree in Graphic Design and Master’s Degree in Higher Education from Abilene Christian University. He also earned his Ph.D. in Educational Leadership & Policy Studies from the University of Texas at Arlington in 2015. Brandon is very passionate about helping students realize their purpose and make the most of their college experience. He specializes in student athlete development, student success, minority student achievement, academic support programs, and curriculum development. He and his wife, Melissa, have been married since 2011 and they have 2 children, Alissa and Brandon II.
Jordan Paradise is a Hip Hop / Rap artist that came from California, more specifically the bay area. But in 2021 he ended up moving to an island called Saipan, near Guam. He likes to make a mix between vocal songs and lyrical raps that involve emotion, inspiration, and motivational lyrics.
He started writing raps in 2017 and noticed how much lighter he felt when he put experiences into his music as a coping mechanism. That drove him to continue to write more and more to continue to improve his abilities.
As a kid he loved Bay Area rap and it became something that he looked up to. He also was inspired by musicians like Kendrick Lamar, Mac Miller, Joyner Lucas, and Eminem. The way they rapped about real life things always made him feel connected to these artists.
Fast forward to 2022 and he continues to work frivolously to deliver songs to people with the intention of inspiring, motivating, and healing people through the power of music and self expression. If there's any message that he's trying to spread, it's that even if it seems impossible to accomplish, you can still accomplish it through hard work, determination, and following through on your dreams.