About Brand Artist Coalition

Brand Artist Coalitions is an affordable music distribution service. We help you promote your music with our unique, low pricing plan.

Our Staff

Stone paxton

Stone Paxton
CEO

34 yr Industry Veteran Award winning charting artist , composer, Member of Allen McNeils Troop Reloaded, former member of the Rick James Stone City Band Stone Paxton former Keytar player, singer for Rick James's 'Stone City Band' & Member Of Allen McNiel's "Troop Reloaded” He has Had 6 U.K Soul Charts Top 30 Songs, 2. U.S.A CashBox Music charts Top 50 R&B Hip Hop National Radio charting songs, 2. Cashbox Independent top 150 charting national radio Play, 4 International DRT Top 100. charting songs, He is a talented producer, singer & songwriter in that you can hear in his current album 'In The Key Of Love' Which Broke In at #2 in the first day on the U.K Soul charts top 30, he has had 3 iTunes top 100 charting songs in New Zealand & Brazil.

Neil Pounds
Operations Manager VINYAL & Physical Catalog Logistic. U.K

Owner Six Nine Records Ltd UK Promoter at Dirty Souls SoulFunk Club SWEDEN and UK Started out as a Rare Record Collector & Dealer, fronted a blue eyed soul harmony group for six years doing the uk circuit. Eventually drifted into label ownership concentrating on Vinyl releases of Soul and Funk artists from the 80s to present day

Allen McNeil
VP West Coast Operations

ALlen McNeil is a member. Of Troop an American R&B group from Pasadena, California, United States. The group has had three number-one singles and ten top-ten singles on the Billboard R&B Singles chart.[1] They have also completed five albums, which include three certified gold and one certified platinum album. TROOP is an acronym for "Total Respect Of Other People".[2] The group is most notable for a series of number-one R&B hits, including popular cover versions of the songs "All I Do Is Think of You" and "Sweet November", originally performed by musical acts The Jackson 5 and The Deele, respectively. They also had a number-one hit with the original song "Spread My Wings".

Jeannott Beya
A&R Distribution
Operations across Germany-Africa

Tim Gee
Businessman/ 90’s Road Manager

understudy of legendary industry Excutive & Solor Records “CEO Dick Griffey”

Brandon Jay
VP of promotions Radio & TV

Rufus Blaq
Music Industry Veteran
Head Over Artist Intake & Signing, Development Writing,
Arranging, & Producing

At the age of 17, Rufus moved from Youngstown to Atlanta. He become a resident act at nightclub, The Phoenix. Producer Dallas Austin introduced him to Erick Sermon. In 1993, Blaq started writing for rap groups Kronic (signed to RCA Records and Lil Zane was a member) and hip-hop group Another Bad Creation. While writing for Cartoon Kaperz, Rufus was introduced to Chad Elliot.[2] Blaq worked with Elliot on Bobby Brown’s artist, Stylez. During this time, Rufus Moore transitioned his name to Rufus Blaq. "Blaq" was to pay homage to his people and the "Q" represents quality. Blaq has worked with a number of artists including Olivia, Angie Stone, Faith Evans, Destiny's Child, Bow Wow, Omarion, Marques Houston,[3] Salt-n-Pepa, Queen Latifah, Tichina Arnold, and B2K, just to name a few. In 1997, Rufus had success with Salt-n-Pepa's single "Gitty Up"[4] & "R U Ready"[5] as a songwriter and featured artist. "Gitty Up" peaked at 31 on Billboard's Hot 100 Chart.[6] Rufus achieved his first #1 Billboard Hot 100 single in 1999 with Destiny Child's "Jumpin Jumpin". He co-wrote the hit song with Chad Elliot and Beyonce.[7] Rufus worked with Chad Elliot, along with Al West, to help him produce Rufus' single "Out of Sight (Yo)"[8] also known as "Outta Sight", and was featured on the Motion Picture soundtrack Ride (soundtrack)[9] in 1998. It peaked at 18 on Billboard's Hot 100.[10] At the time Rufus was signed to Jimmy Jam and Terry Lewis’ label, Perspective/A&M Records[11] and soon after he released his 1st debut album "Credentials".[12] Rufus was a regular performer at renowned club promoter Mark Fleischman's Los Angeles club, Century Club.[13] In 1998, Rufus's song "Dance For Me" was featured on the hit motion picture soundtrack How Stella Got Her Groove Back.[14] The Album peaked at #8 on the Billboard 200 Chart.[15] In 2003, Blaq worked with Grammy Award winning engineer, Chris "Tek" O'Ryan, on the You Got Served soundtrack.[16] Blaq released a mixtape “Electric Pretty”, which was mixed and mastered by Tek's label, Tezenmusic. His follow-up mixtape “Blaq The Ripper”[17] was released in 2015, featuring producers Easy Mo Bee, Andreao “Fanatik” Heard, Michael Angelo, Chad Elliott, Al West, as well as many featured artists including, Mc Lyte, Talib Kweli, Omarion, Young Rome. This mixtape was also mixed and mastered by Chris "Tek" O'Ryan on his label Tezenmusic. Additionally, Blaq co-wrote and did vocals on the record "Ten Wife Commandments[18]" on Faith Evans' album featuring the Notorious B.I.G. called “The King and I".[19] Faith Evans was also a featured artist on Blaq's single "Show Me."[20] Blaq has production, writing and artist credits on Angela Bassett's Lifetime Channel's bio-pic Whitney,[21] and the motion picture and soundtrack of Total Frat Movie,[22] which he worked on with Myke Groov. Blaq and Groov are co-owners of the production company called Project MojoBotz. In 2020, they released the track 'Medication'.[23] Blaq's music has also been featured on World of Dance U-Jam, the first format under the World of Dance Fitness umbrella, merging choreography of World of Dance and dance fitness. Blaq's music has been in rotation with DJ Makaio during World of Dance UnityFest 2020.[24] The soundtrack to the motion picture "A Familiar Lie" featuring producer/actor Omar Gooding features Rufus' song “God's Grace[25]”. Rufus' next project is Salt-n-Pepa and new single “Flame On” Feat Mad Lion & KRS 1. Rufus also gives back to his hometown of Youngstown, OH, by providing guidance in entertainment and music to its citizens, co-hosting a variety show[26] and mentoring aspiring hip-hop stars, like YO5.

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