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"Bout Gettin' Money" first single from his upcoming album "Beast Mentality Volume 1"


Feeling a bit camera shy


The son of former Vice President of Black Music at Polygram Records, Leroy Little, Brandon Harris-Little grew up learning about the music industry first hand.

After seeing Mase's video for "Feel So Good" Brandon got Puff Daddy's "No Way Out" and Mase's "Harlem World" and spent the entire night memorizing the words to songs like Victory, 24 Hours to Live, Been Around the World, etc etc. By the next morning he decided he wanted to become a rapper.

Convinced that he could make it like his neighbor Jadakiss. At 10 years old, he took on the name Chance from his middle name and formed a group with childhood friends Domino and Ace. Through the years the group grew apart but Chance continued rapping for friends in school and on the block.

At 12 Chance traveled to New Zealand and Australia for a 3 week tour as a Student Ambassador and by 16 would travel to France, Germany, Switzerland, Spain, England, Ireland, Wales, Japan, and Canada, all experiences that opened his mind and changed the way he viewed the world outside of his block.

After discovering a recording program online in high school Chance put his songs on CD for the first time and sold them at school. He recorded a mixtape and an album with his group TBK and sold them throughout the 5 Yonkers High Schools.

After the group disbanned Chance formed Bralec Harlit Entertainment and continued recording and distributing his music, landing spots on local mixtapes across the country, including working with well know mixtape crew, Tapemasters Inc. He began distributing his music under his own brand Crack Distributors with the help of neighborhood mixtape spots in Yonkers, The Bronx, Brooklyn, and Harlem. He also started to perform at Teen Nights throughout New York City.

While a freshman in college he recorded his song "Bout Gettin' Money" which was recieved well by record pools across the country and fans through his myspace page. The song also appeared on the AC Hosted Tapemasters Inc mixtape The Inc Files 8

Chance is currently working on his solo album and a slew of mixtape projects to be released in the fall of 06' and is currently seeking major label support to give his movement the backing it needs to flourish.