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The story of The New Generation fell open when two brothers raised in the small town of Washington, Pennsylvania, just south of Pittsburgh, began experimenting with music.
Brent Bigler (aka MOB or Man of Beats), now 20 years of age, started producing music in his college dorm as a freshman in the fall of 2010 while studying at The University of Tampa. He began to ask his roommates to be his hardest critics and used their feedback to improve his music production. Currently, MOB resides in Clarion, Pennsylvania and attends Clarion University. MOB’s younger brother Hunter Bigler (aka H Beasley), now 18 years of age, started writing and rapping at their home soon after MOB began producing. H Beasley currently attends Indiana University of PA.
In early 2011, MOB began rapping with his younger brother H Beasley to form now what is now known as The New Generation. TNG began promoting slowly by throwing down remix tracks to popular songs and posting them on YouTube. Some of their remixes include; Lil Wayne – “Right Above It”, Lil Wayne – “Megaman, and more recently, Mac Miller’s “Smile Back”. In the summer of 2011, MOB and H Beasley took on the challenge of composing, producing, writing, and recording their first album at home in their modest office studio. Over the summer and Christmas break, The New Generation worked hard to compose, write, record, and complete 12 full songs before heading back to school. Their first album, titled “Just Beginning”, was released on February 25, 2012. Popular songs off of the album include, “Gonna’ Make It”, “Just Dance”, and “Just Beginning”.
The New Generation is currently promoting their first album and is also working diligently to complete their second album with a projected release date of early next year. With two speakers, a microphone, and a computer, The New Generation uses little but produces a powerful, professional sound.