16:13 | 15382 plays | May 31 2011
Genre: Hip Hop / R&B / Rap
Location Bronx, Un
Profile Views: 1819044
Last Login: 3/11/2013
Member Since 8/25/2006
Record Label CW-One Entertainment
Type of Label Major
BioJarel Brown (born June 5, 1984), soon to be known to the world by the stage name Real Right, is an American rapper born and raised in Bronx, New York. With his childhood similar to most minorities in the area, he was raised in a single parent home with some assistance from his grandparents. His mother struggled to make ends meet and since Jarel was the oldest of her children, he had no choice but to mature fast. Everyday Real endured a small 3 bedroom apartment in the projects, which housed 8 other siblings (cousins) and four adults (uncles, aunt and grandmother), being spoiled or getting the silver spoon treatment was out of the question. At such a young age, he felt like he had so much weight on his shoulders. As he walked home from school, he constantly had to prove to the older guys in the projects that he wasn't a punk. Inside, he had to share a full size bed with 3 other siblings and fight for what was left of dinner. His escape lied within the realm of his headphones, as his cassette player began to play, his pen began to fill his pad with all his problems. The struggles that he wrote started out as just being words that slowly turned into poems and from poems they turned into lyrics. He recorded his first mix-tape, Definition Of A Soldier, in 2003, while being signed to an independent label Scotch Bonnet Records. Due to dead-lines and being pressed for time, he was forced to rush his project, that went no where fast. Because of the lack of promotion, no budget and having to deal with the fact that he was doing everything for himself, Real Right decided to leave the label after being with them for less then one year. After Scotch Bonnet Records, things seemed to go down hill for Real Right. The passing of his grandmother in late 2003 and his grandfather shortly after in 2004, took a toll on him mentally. His happiness seemed distant until the birth of his son Jarel Brown Jr. in 2006. Giving up his dreams of a music career seemed the obvious choice, allowing him to attain a steady job and provide for his family. Several years would pass before connecting with a local producer J Paperz, who Real Right describes as having some of the hardest beats he'd ever heard in his life. Listening as the beats left the speakers, the words began to appear as if the craft had never left him. In 2008, Real Right recorded his first single Money On My Mind, having his co-worker Greg P sing in the background and on the hook. As soon as the song was released to the public, the flood of positive feedback came in which motivated Real Right to take his music career a little more serious and to the next level. Soon after, he started entering competitions all over New York City performing his hit single, winning most of them. Ending the year with a bang, he was giving the Elegant Hoodness #1 Artist of 2008 award. After endless days of writing and hundreds of studio sessions, he released his second mix-tape, 1st Impression, in February of 2011, which received over a thousand listens and downloads in its first day. For the first time, he felt ready. Real quickly shot his very first video for his single off the mix-tape "For The Haterz". Finally the phone began to ring and promoters were interested in having him perform. It would be that interest that grab the attention of a rep that worked with the former manager/owner of Premiere Entertainment/Group Inc. Carlton Wright in September of 2011. Carlton had started CW-One Entertainment, LLC a year prior and always had an ear and passion for new talent. At the rep's request, Carlton reviewed Real Right's page on Reverbnation Network. This sparked Carlton's interest and had the rep contact Real via Facebook to perform in an upcoming event. A few weeks would pass until the two actually met face to face after Real's showcase performance in the Village. Once again, Carlton was impressed. After several meetings and discussions, the duo joined forces in October 2011. Set to remind the world of true hip hop, Real Right is currently in the studio working on two projects, his upcoming mix tape and the CW-One Compilation album. Today, Real Right exits Harlem Lane after his signing and listening party with a smile. Despite the trials he faced, he's finally here with a fresh outlook, slick flow and a mean swag.
InfluencesTheres 3 Type Of People In The World.... 1 that wait's for things to happen. 1 that make's things happen. 1 that wants to no, what the fuck just happened. WHICH 1 ARE YOU?
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