LeBarron Amin

LeBarron Amin

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Amins music is best described as universal gumbo. It is a potluck of lyrical expertise that showcases the true color of the world.

Biography

LeBarron Amin entered into life in Columbia, S.C.
with a mission. Since the tender age of three he knew that the gift of music was his destiny. LeBarron started out with his first drum set at the age of four
and soon turned to the piano as his second instrument.
Over the course of the next four years he would be
introduced to the string bass which would solidify his
love for the art of music.

By the age of twelve LeBarron had discovered the
power of the spoken word. He began writing poetry by
the day and soon realized that if he could get the
words to accompany the rhythms in his head, he would
not be far from the perfect song.

In his junior year of high school, LeBarron formed
his first group with friends William Govan, Demarcus
Bush, and Jeremy "Jett" Roberson which would dawn the
name Eunique. The group would soon aquire the help of
high school band and orchestra directors Willie E.
Lyles, and Freddie Grace as well as the up and coming
record label Boo-Yeah productions. Through these
entities LeBarron would be introduced to various music
industry veterans which would become added logs to the
fire burning inside of him to continue to create his
art.

In the next two years LeBarron would graduate from
W.J. Keenan High School and would go on to further his
studies at South Carolina State University. He went on
to major in English Education and was also a member of
the Marching 101 Band in which he would also be
introduced to the opportunity to become a member of
the Bongo Brothers Inc. All of these things combined
would prove to be key in helping him to become the all
inclusive songwriter, poet, producer, playwrite,
author and journalist he is today.

While at S.C. State University, LeBarron worked with
producer Diron Dorn (Lonechild Studios). He would work
with Mr. Dorn on various projects which would afford
him the opportunity to perform in numerous shows as
well as becoming a member of the group " Cypha
Foundation". While working with Dorn and Cypha,
LeBarron continued working towards elevating his
craft. He would write songs regularly and would
perform them at local talent showcases to test their
strength amongst his peers. It would be during this
process that he would meet members of a local live
band "Ebony Lounge". Ebony Lounge was a local band
comprised of seven students which were also sheding
their skills in hopes of a fair shot at a career in
music. It was with Ebony Lounge that LeBarron would
continue to enhance his knowledge of the music
industry doubling as the bands auxilery percussionist
as well as the elected manager of the group.

After the disappointing end to Ebony Lounge(which is
currently rumored to be planning a comeback), LeBarron
moved back to Columbia, S.C. were he would form the
group Da Underground Movement alongside colleagues
Jimmie Williams, Timothy Williams (Annunaqui), and
Frank Mckenzie (Illamin). Backed by production from
Jason Hart and J.T. Mclawhorn (Equanimity
Productions), the group rose to the top of the
Carolina's hitlist as one of the premier groups from
the area having their music played all over the east
and west coast as well as Canada, Europe, and even
over in the Middle East. The group would also have the
luxury of performing at various open mics, auditions,
concerts, and other music industry conferences and
events around the nation.
Now, as he embarks upon the release of his first solo
album under the Militant Muzic umbrella entitled
"Authentic", LeBarron Amin looks to fulfill his
destiny bestowed upon him by the creator to preach the
gospel of his life through lyrical delight and the
gift of song.

Discography

Debute Album - Authentic
Debute Single/Video - Untitled
Produced by - Jelani (Militant Muzic Group)
Recorded at - Quantum Beats Recording Studio, Columbia, SC

Set List

1. Introductry Song
2. Debute single
3. Follow up single
4. Special selection
5. Closing remarks.
Average set time is 20 min.