Rank #72 US Hyattsville, MD Pop / R&B / Rock/Funk/Soul/Hip-Hop


Sounds Like: Prince, Maroon 5, Michael Jackson, N.E.R.D, Coheed and Cambria

Manager: Rashard Dunni

Bio: My real name is Tirrell Vernon Coleman, and I'm an unsigned artist; currently living in the Washington D.C., Maryland, and Virginia area.

My favorite genre is R&B, and Rock, but I personally I don't like to categorize my creativity.

I sing and play several musical instruments (A. Guitar, E. Gu... See Full Bio

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  • Shelia King (Artist) Shelia King
    Loving your style my friend! Shelia Alabama
  • marchristiansen (Artist) marchristiansen
    great track.awesome vocals. PeAcE
  • Jurel (Artist) Jurel
    Hey, thanks for the comment. Honestly means a lot more to me than you probably think it does, lol. Gotta say that I like your style, mainly since I love diversity in artis...
  • SeQuence (Artist) SeQuence
    Stopping by to check you out! Great work Bro
  • The KEELERS (Artist) The KEELERS
    You are Awesome
  • Marty Rebel (Artist) Marty Rebel
    Good music Rell!
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Q: How do you go about writing a song?
A: Well usually it depends on my mood, but sometimes I play with melodies to differentiate my sound, from other artists, as much as possible; Fore instance, "Elusive Reality" was based primarily on several moods. I wanted something dark, yet elegant, and heavily upbeat. I've also dreamed about certain sounds too. Lyrically I make my best efforts to write poetically, and insert metaphors here, and there. Strategically, I maintain my best efforts, to not use as much profanity. Frankly, I only have two songs that consist of heavy use of degrading words. One of them which is meant to be playful, and the other which is a remix of one of my songs. However I've pondered for many years, and realized I should limit, or completely eliminate the use of such words, because of the audience. Personally, I feel as though it would make me seem as if I didn't have as much of a wide vocabulary. And I don't want to be apart of anything, that endorses not having any common courtesy. Besides we have to think of children, that listen to our content. Most of all, incorporating a positive message, and inspiring others, is what drives me to write songs. However my talents comes from a higher entity, Jah-Weh that is, not the other one.

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