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Juan100

Orlando, FL | Established. Jan 01, 2018 | INDIE

Orlando, FL | INDIE
Established on Jan, 2018
Solo Hip Hop R&B

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Juan100 @ Bombshells Tavern

Orlando, Florida, United States

Orlando, Florida, United States

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"Juan100 releases an urban rap tune, entitled, “Home of the Magic” featuring KC"

‘Home of the Magic’ details Juan100’s move from Toledo to Orlando, the home of the Magic basketball team. In 2013, he attended Full Sail University and eventually fell in love with the sunshine state. Shortly afterward, he met KC after her nephew Mike introduced them. - Bong Mines Entertainment


"Juan100 Drops Hip-hop Single “Smoked Out”"

Symphonic Distribution client Juan100 has debuted a brand new single, “Smoked Out.”

The release, which comes by way of his Money Making Mondays album, goes hard with deep sub bass and sharp verses. His powerful flow makes you rethink stereotypes when paired with a wicked bassline.

The independent artist comes from Toledo, Ohio and continues to make an impact with his determination to succeed. You can check out “Smoked Out” on Spotify here and stream it below. - Symphonic Distribution


"Juan100 brings new approach to world of hip-hop"

Unlike the stereotype that often accompanies musicians within the rap industry – a stereotype that often paints talented artists as uneducated and negative – Juan100 is a college graduate who many consider to be a lifelong scholar. He has a scientific mind, he loves math and his approach to music is very cerebral. But it’s that approach that he says sets him apart from a lot of others within the hip-hop genre, and which he hopes will relate with a new wave of fans.



“When people hear my music I want their energy to change,” he said. “I want them to feel the energy in the music and be charged by it. I’ve always felt like energy was important in music, and I want my music to have more of an uplifting energy. When I’m writing music, I’m starting with the melody, and I’m always making sure it’s an uplifting melody. The chords I choose are usually major chords. It’s an uplifting emotion, rather than a sad or angry emotion. There’s a science behind it, and it really does affect how you feel. Think about it – if something sad comes on the radio, that can affect the rest of your day. But if you hear one of my songs at the beginning of the day, it might boost you and give you and extra boost of energy and set you at a higher level. At the very least it’s stuff you can dance to, for sure.”



Juan100 recently graduated from college with a bachelor of arts in recording art. He said he’s learned all of the pieces that go into making a popular album, and he loves being involved in every step of the process. He produces the instrumentals, writes the lyrics, sings and even polishes the final product. Recently he created a music company called Nuu Era Digital under which he wants to release his music.



His most recent release is a single called “Low Key.” He said it’s a song that is a bit of a statement to the world about the kind of artist he wants to be and what fans can expect from him moving forward.



“It’s really a song that talks about my place in the industry,” he said. “I feel like I’ve been carrying myself in the industry. The name of the song is a play on words – it describes the music and the sound, but it also describes me. I’ve been accomplishing things under the radar without much attention coming. But this is just the beginning, and this song will show people what I’m capable of. It’s a quick tempo song and it’s definitely something you could dance to and sing along to.”



Fans who want to check out his new single can see a music video for “Low Key” on YouTube. Fans can also find out more about Juan100 and his music by following him on social media on Facebook, Twitter and Instagram. - Upcoming100


"Juan100 Brings New Approach To World Of Hip-Hop"

ORLANDO, FL – Juan100 is on a mission to give rap music a new reputation.

Unlike the stereotype that often accompanies musicians within the rap industry – a stereotype that often paints talented artists as uneducated and negative – Juan100 is a college graduate who many consider to be a lifelong scholar. He has a scientific mind, he loves math and his
approach to music is very cerebral. But it’s that approach that he says sets him apart from a lot of others within the hip-hop genre, and which he hopes will relate with a new wave of fans.

“When people hear my music I want their energy to change,” he said. “I want them to feel the energy in the music and be charged by it. I’ve always felt like energy was important in music, and I want my music to have more of an uplifting energy. When I’m writing music, I’m starting with the melody, and I’m always making sure it’s an uplifting melody. The chords I choose are usually major chords. It’s an uplifting emotion, rather than a sad or angry emotion. There’s a science behind it, and it really does affect how you feel. Think about it – if something sad comes on the radio, that can affect the rest of your day. But if you hear one of my songs at the beginning of the day, it might boost you and give you and extra boost of energy and set you at a higher level. At the very least it’s stuff you can dance to, for sure.”

Juan100 recently graduated from college with a bachelor of arts in recording art. He said he’s learned all of the pieces that go into making a popular album, and he loves being involved in every step of the process. He produces the instrumentals, writes the lyrics, sings and even polishes the final product. Recently he created a music company called Nuu Era Digital under which he wants to release his music.

His most recent release is a single called “Low Key.” He said it’s a song that is a bit of a statement to the world about the kind of artist he wants to be and what fans can expect from him moving forward.

“It’s really a song that talks about my place in the industry,” he said. “I feel like I’ve been carrying myself in the industry. The name of the song is a play on words – it describes the music and the sound, but it also describes me. I’ve been accomplishing things under the radar without much attention coming. But this is just the beginning, and this song will show people what I’m capable of. It’s a quick tempo song and it’s definitely something you could dance to and sing along to.”

Fans who want to check out his new single can see a music video for “Low Key” on YouTube. Fans can also find out more about Juan100 and his music by following him on social media on Facebook, Twitter and Instagram.

https://m.facebook.com/juanbmoe/?ref=bookmarks
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=10aKOqmJkDw&feature=youtu.be
https://twitter.com/Jbmoe_
https://www.instagram.com/Jbmoe_/ - ThisIs50


"Juan100 "That's My Bae" on mission to change stereotypes"

Juan100 is a rapper and songwriter from Toledo, Ohio, who’s on a mission to change stereotypes, set new standards and bring a whole new approach to music within the rap industry.

In a world that often paints artists as uneducated and in a negative light, Juan100 is a college graduate who many consider to be a lifelong scholar. He recently graduated with a Bachelor of Science in recording arts, where he’s learned all the components involved in creating an album, from start to finish. He has involved in every step of the process, from producing the instrumentals, writing the lyrics, laying down tracks and polishing the final project. He’s recently started his own label Nuu Era Digital, under which he’s been releasing his own music. His approach to music is very cerebral and it’s that approach that sets him apart from others within the hip hop genre, which he hopes will relate with a new wave of fans.

“When people hear my music I want their energy to change,” he said. “I want them to feel the energy in the music and be charged by it. I’ve always felt like energy was important in music, and I want my music to have more of an uplifting energy. When I’m writing music, I’m starting with the melody, and I’m always making sure it’s an uplifting melody. The chords I choose are usually major chords. It’s an uplifting emotion, rather than a sad or angry emotion. There’s a science behind it, and it really does affect how you feel. Think about it – if something sad comes on the radio, that can affect the rest of your day. But if you hear one of my songs at the beginning of the day, it might boost you and give you and extra boost of energy and set you at a higher level. At the very least it’s stuff you can dance to, for sure.”After releasing numerous singles through Nuu Era Digital, Juan is back to position himself as a front runner with his latest single, “That’s My Bae” in which he created, developed, directed and produced the visuals himself. He’s cementing himself in the music industry and creating a spot where he belongs, all while having fun doing so. - Exposed Vocals


"Juan100 - That's My Bae"

Juan100 is a Rapper and songwriter from Toledo, Ohio. This young artist has released several singles through his own company Nuu Era Digital. He recently received a Bachelor of Science degree in recording arts. He plans to learn the music industry and create a spot where he belongs, and have some fun doing it. - Rive Video


"Juan100 - That's My Bae"

Rapper and songwriter from Toledo, Ohio. Released several singles through own company Nuu Era Digital. Recording arts bachelor of science. Life long scholar.

Twitter.com/jbmoe_
Facebook.com/jboyd419
Instagram.com/jbmoe_
YouTube.com/jboyd419 - Trap The Heat


"Juan100 "That's My Bae" (Juan Boyd, dir.)"

Juan100 - Artist
That's My Bae - Song
Juan Boyd - Director
Amadea Music - Label
Juan Boyd - Producer
Nuu Era Digital - Production Company - VideoStatic


"Juan100 - That's My Bae"

iTunes - https://itun.es/us/vM8tib?i=1213188705

Google Play Music - https://play.google.com/store/music/a...

Spotify - https://play.spotify.com/album/6C53m8...

Twitter.com/jbmoe_
instagram.com/jbmoe_

Credit : Videezy.com - Beat100


"Juan100 brings new approach to world of hip-hop"

ORLANDO, FL – Juan100 is on a mission to give rap music a new reputation.

Unlike the stereotype that often accompanies musicians within the rap industry – a stereotype that often paints talented artists as uneducated and negative – Juan100 is a college graduate who many consider to be a lifelong scholar. He has a scientific mind, he loves math and his approach to music is very cerebral. But it’s that approach that he says sets him apart from a lot of others within the hip-hop genre, and which he hopes will relate with a new wave of fans.

“When people hear my music I want their energy to change,” he said. “I want them to feel the energy in the music and be charged by it. I’ve always felt like energy was important in music, and I want my music to have more of an uplifting energy. When I’m writing music, I’m starting with the melody, and I’m always making sure it’s an uplifting melody. The chords I choose are usually major chords. It’s an uplifting emotion, rather than a sad or angry emotion. There’s a science behind it, and it really does affect how you feel. Think about it – if something sad comes on the radio, that can affect the rest of your day. But if you hear one of my songs at the beginning of the day, it might boost you and give you and extra boost of energy and set you at a higher level. At the very least it’s stuff you can dance to, for sure.”

Juan100 recently graduated from college with a bachelor of arts in recording art. He said he’s learned all of the pieces that go into making a popular album, and he loves being involved in every step of the process. He produces the instrumentals, writes the lyrics, sings and even polishes the final product. Recently he created a music company called Nuu Era Digital under which he wants to release his music.

His most recent release is a single called “Low Key.” He said it’s a song that is a bit of a statement to the world about the kind of artist he wants to be and what fans can expect from him moving forward.

“It’s really a song that talks about my place in the industry,” he said. “I feel like I’ve been carrying myself in the industry. The name of the song is a play on words – it describes the music and the sound, but it also describes me. I’ve been accomplishing things under the radar without much attention coming. But this is just the beginning, and this song will show people what I’m capable of. It’s a quick tempo song and it’s definitely something you could dance to and sing along to.”

Fans who want to check out his new single can see a music video for “Low Key” on YouTube. Fans can also find out more about Juan100 and his music by following him on social media on Facebook, Twitter and Instagram. - TeamBiggaRankin


Discography

Home of the Magic

Doing Numbers

Sniper Mode

Smoked Out

Smoke Challenge

Don't Spit

Slam Dunkin

I Don't Just Rap

Plug Talk

Go Get Bands

Low Key 

Rocket

That's My Bae

Run It Up

Like A O.G.

Bands Everywhere

Back In The Booth

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Bio

Juan100 is an independent rapper, and entrepreneur. He has influence in food, fashion, tech, entertainment and finance. He began writing raps at an early age and music has always been an important part of his life.

Juan was featured on local news station and newspapers after recording on Smart Shorties Hip-Hop Multiplication album as a child. He also starred in a feature length film for Smart Shorties while in junior high.

Juan graduated from Full Sail University with a Bachelors of Science degree in Recording Arts in 2016. He's currently enrolled at Full Sail in the Entertainment Business Masters program.

In 2018, Juan started Nuu Era Digital LLC. A business where he and other influencers generate leads for businesses and fashionable brands. They drive traffic by synchronizing an original catalogue of music with video. 

Juan brings unique character to influencer marketing campaigns and has built relationships to start a music influencer agency. He has received free stuff from brands such as Hershey’s, Bottega Veneta, and Durex for product reviews. Brands like Kate Sommerville and Healthy choice sponsored Juan to share videos on Instagram. New York Post, Variety, Tech Crunch, Shop Kick and many other brands have paid Juan just for reposting their articles on Twitter and Facebook.


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