Preme Writez
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Preme Writez

Los Angeles, CA | Established. Jan 01, 2010 | INDIE

Los Angeles, CA | INDIE
Established on Jan, 2010
Solo R&B Hip Hop




"Preme Writez "Young & Reckless""

Hailing from Los Angeles, singer-songwriter Preme Writez announced his new album, The Wood. Over the Summer, the independent artist shared “Young & Reckless,” a single from his 15-track project which received good reviews online. Pablo Productions produced the record. The producer is best known for his work with DJ Drama, Young Buck, Gorilla Zoe. When the Flyboy Rockstar Music Group artist isn’t recording songs for his solo career, he is writing material. His genre-blending style spans from Pop, R&B, and Hip-Hop, three genres all successfully paired for the past 30 years.

When I listen to Mr. Writez, I hear remnants (or a jarring influence of Abel Tesfaye and the late great pop icon, Michael Jackson.) His most memorable notes are telling. Content wise, he is most reminiscent of the Toronto-native’s style, as he brashly and unapologetically talks about sex and women. “Hello Hello” differs in its lighter content, and the multilingual hook like Kent Jones’s debut single “Don’t Mind.”

If you like The Weeknd or Ye Ali, you might like this track. Stream the Pablo Beats-produced single now. Then, visit iTunes, Spotify, Amazon, or any major music retailer. You can download his album on your choice of site. - That's Enuff

"Preme Writez: “Hello, Hello” Produced by Nate Rhoads will pull you in!"

R&B/Hip-Hop influenced Singer -Songwriter and Producer Preme Writez has turned up another heated track with “Hello, Hello” that will bang in jeeps, cars and clubs for the entire summer. Preme has consistently been putting out great songs for some time now. But this is one of his most slick productions with a smooth melodic hook and romantic lyrics. Irrepressibly pleasing, his vocal delivery makes the simplistic and direct tone of his songwriting stand out.

Preme Writez isn’t afraid to wear his heart on his sleeve, hearkening back to classic R&B given its enthusiastic and soulful quality, yet infused with a variety of influences. He is as smooth as a glass of chilled moscato on “Hello, Hello”. Preme steps up to the mic wooing a lovely lady with whom he hopes to spend eternity, a sincere hope for so many people especially at the starting point of a relationship.

Usually for me, most modern R&B seems rather plastic, cookie cutter, no real edge or risk. Preme on the other hand pulls you in. His honesty and unassuming passion is evident the more you listen. “Hello, Hello” is a romantic ballad, as opposed to a sexual one. And that presents a great dividing line about what is authentic, and what is not, in the urban R&B game.

If you’re a fan of R&B music and have been disappointed by the genre the past few years, you must get this track. “Hello, Hello” builds on everything Preme has recorded previously, yet is more focused, disciplined and polished. This genre has been lost and confused since the late 90’s, but, Preme Writez is calling on its classical influences in finding his own sweet spot and setting the standard for what R&B music should embody right now.

I can’t say enough about how impressive it is to see a talented and young underground player with swag, become refined and polished enough to be one of the current, standard bearers of the genre.

The new single, “Hello, Hello” from the forthcoming album “The Wood”, releasing July 4, 2016, is out through Flyboy Rockstar Music Group Inc. and is produced by multiple award winning music producer, Nate Rhoads. - Jamsphere

"Vydia is Heading to SXSW"

Vydia is rocking our way to Austin, TX for SXSW and we’ve got a show in store for you. Not only will we be launching our new mobile app and updated features, but we also be showcasing Vydia talent. Here’s a look at our showcase line-up:

Head to Booth 223 to check out the debut of the new Vydia app, hot performances and score some exclusive Vydia swag! If you can’t make it to Austin, then follow along with all of the fun on our Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, and - Vydia

"Elite Muzik & Reverbnation Featuring Preme Writez"

Continuing the latest edition of our featured Selections series with ReverbNation, next up we have a talented crooner out of the West Coast by the name of Preme Writez, who caught my attention with his stand-out track “Hello Hello.”

Who Is Preme Writez?

Preme Writez is a son, brother, uncle, nephew and friend, like most young men making their best effort to walk through their struggle. When I’m not in the studio or playing a show, I’m in school as I am a business major. In my down time, I play basketball or watch movies.

What artist were you first exposed to growing up?

I would probably say my mother as she is a natural vocalist and she then exposed me to 80’s funk bands, Chaka, Prince and Michael Jackson.

What year did you decide pursue a music career?

2006 was when I started recording, I was rapping in-between basketball practice but it wasn’t until 2010 when I actually released my first single “Why Does It Bother Me?”

How would you describe your sound?

For a general description, I would say R&B/Hip-Hop. But to further expound, my sound are like my tattoos. I have many and they are colorful, representing many moods and feelings. That R&B is felt in the bass and in the rap on the tracks. Cause, I’m not going to rap every track, that soul is going to be felt in the vocals.

If given the chance What hometown artist would you work with?

I am open to working with any artist, but especially artists hailing from the west coast.

Your first caught my attention with your single “Hello Hello,” what was the inspiration behind it?

The inspiration behind “Hello, Hello” was that I was finding how difficult it was for people to connect in person, self included. Normally, I am pretty shy but I am not alone. Many people find it difficult to approach someone and say “Hi, Hello” without being on Twitter or Instagram and I wrote that song about overcoming that obstacle.

What goals do you wish carry out during your music career ?

My all-time goal is to reach the performance, songwriting and business acumen levels of Michael Jackson, Stevie Wonder and Lionel Richie.

Are you working on a new project/album? if so what can we expect ?

Currently, I am touring in support of The Wood project. I do have some upcoming video releases scheduled for Spring 2017. My new project drops Fall 2017.

Name One album you couldn’t live without and why?

Michael Jackson – Off the Wall. This album displayed the raw talent that Michael had and when you listen to it in retrospect, it’s like re-living the dream over and over again. You knew by the time you finished Off the Wall, Michael was going to be the #1 artist in the world.

Stream Preme Writez latest tunes below: - Elite Muzik

"The Writez Warm Up: Interview with Preme Writez"

Exposed Vocals: So tell us your story. Where did you grow up? What made you decide to become an artist?I am from California, originally from Sacramento where in high school, I received many recruitment letters and accolades because I loved the game - basketball. But as point guard, you don't make all your shots, practice kicks your ass and teammates and coaches are frustrating at times. So I used music to vent, to soothe, to express what I feel. That need for expression took over. I love music, it's like breathing.

Exposed Vocals: Since everyone was a start-up once, can you give any smaller or local bands or artists looking to get gigs and airplay some tips?Invest to get the best sound quality in your recordings and visual quality in your music videos. You will feel confident and are able to market yourself to talent buyers, bloggers, djs and a&r having the best quality products.

Exposed Vocals: Do you ever make mistakes during performances? How do you handle that?Actual mistakes happen to everyone and usually can't be avoided. Being prepared is key and instinct will kick in how to keep going to overcome. I try to always be prepared as I can for a performance by knowing my material, and having sound checks with the venue or equipment. Once you know yourself and your surroundings, I think you will be fine.

Exposed Vocals: Do you tour? Anything interesting happen on tour that you think our readers would enjoy hearing about?I tour and the best thing about playing dates is getting from place to place. The journey. It's probably the biggest challenge right now for me as an artist traveling by bus, train plane, Uber, Lyft, rail, subway, Megabus. You name it I have probably been on it. It is definitely not as glamorous as people may think, but It is what I remember the most so far in my career. Not the performance. Getting there.

Exposed Vocals: Any planned studio upgrades? What are you working with now?Right now I'm on the road but I do travel with my Shure wireless microphone.

Exposed Vocals: How do you find ways to promote your music? What works best for you?Interesting enough, I find word-of-mouth promotion gives me more feedback than marketing on any of my social platforms. The one-on-one interaction with fans or people that I meet when I ask them to check out my music on Apple Music, Spotify or Pandora Radio has been most effective.

Exposed Vocals: If you could perform anywhere and with any artists (Dead or Alive) where and who would it be with? Why?To be great you have to study the greats. I would love to perform with Stevie Wonder, James Brown and of course Michael Jackson. Not only for their musical gifts, but also for their wisdom gained during their tenure in the business. In that same vein, I would also be open to working with Chris Brown, Justin Bieber and Drake as they have also gained some insight being in the industry.

Exposed Vocals: So, what’s next? Any new upcoming projects that you want to talk about?Currently, I am touring in support of The Wood project. I do have some upcoming video releases scheduled for Spring 2017.

Exposed Vocals: If you weren’t making music, what would you be doing?I would be involved somewhat in the music business.

Exposed Vocals: What should fans look forward to in the next year or so?For the next year, I will be playing some venue or festival and also working on new projects.

Exposed Vocals: Any Shout-outs?I would like to shout out anyone that supports and appreciates artists. It's definitely not easy to be vulnerable, subject to constant attack, especially about something so personal like music. That support propels artists to go even further than they even imagined. - Exposed Vocals

"#IndieSpotlight Cali Artist Preme Drops Two Dope New Visuals"

California-bred artist Preme turned down scholarships to many top Ivy League schools to dedicate his life to his passion–music. Referencing himself as a songwriter first and a performer second, he defines his style as R&B infused with a kaleidoscope of genres such as Rock, Soul, and Hip-Hop.

Currently, Preme Writez is making appearances and playing shows in support of his latest album THE WOOD, which includes the singles “Hello, Hello” and “FairyTales.” The latter, “FairyTales,” was recognized by members of the Recording Academy and placed on the Official 59th Annual Grammy Ballot for “Best R&B Performance.” No biggie!

His two latest visuals, “Fasho” and “It’s Too Easy,” are impressive with well over 20,000 hits each in less than a week. Give them both a spin and get up on Preme!

Early. - Above Average HipHop


2016 - The Wood {LP}
2014 - Love Letter {EP}
2013 - You Got My Heart {Single}



Preme Writez, with his charismatic delivery and soulful instrumentation brings a new element to urban music. California bred, Preme, was introduced to music early in his childhood. As an entertainer, Preme began performing for live audiences as early as five years old and later in his teens he began juggling his two loves: music and sports. By the age of twelve he had quickly emerged as a league star, entertaining crowds with his impressive scoring which earned him over 100 trophies. While sports taught him discipline and determination, music reverberates within his soul. He turned down scholarships to many top Ivy League schools to dedicate his life to his passion - total immersed within music. Referencing to himself first as a songwriter then a performer, Preme defines his style as R&B infused with a kaleidoscope of genres; Rock, Soul, Hip-Hop etc. Not to be categorized within a box or subjected to any limitations, he is a personification of his brand Flyboy Rockstar. Preme, armed with a pen, pad and a piano is aiming to be considered as one of the greats of his time, such as his forefathers - Stevie Wonder, Marvin Gaye and Michael Jackson.


Currently, Preme Writez is making appearances and playing shows in support of his latest album THE WOOD, which includes singles "Hello, Hello" and "FairyTales". Recently, Preme Writez was honored as  "FairyTales" was recognized by members of the Recording Academy and placed on the Official 59th Annual Grammy Ballot for "Best R&B Performance".


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