Tee Munny
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Tee Munny

Boston, MA | Established. Jan 01, 2001 | SELF

Boston, MA | SELF
Established on Jan, 2001
Solo R&B Singer/Songwriter

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RATING SCALE "1" Indicates the Lowest Score "5" Indicates The Highest Score Recording Quality/Production: 4 Lead Vocals: 4 Musicianship: 4 Lyric Writing: 4 Music Composing: 4 Melodies: 5 Song Arrangement: 4 Quality of EPK Content: 4 Overall Delivery: 4 ----------------------------- Dear Tee, Thanks for submitting the material for the evaluation. I enjoyed the songs very much. Excellent songwriting and lead vocals. You can be very proud of your efforts. To give you insight to the scoring scale above, the majority of artists score in the 2.5 to 3.5 range in the various categories. Whenever an artist sees a 1, 1.5, 2, 2.5, 3 or 3.5 as a score in a certain category (or categories) it means that's an area I feel they need to improve and develop. When an artist sees 4, 4.5 or 5 as their score in a category, it's a validation from a professional, confirming that the songs are of the highest level and show strong potential in the ultra-competitive music industry. To really raise the bar, every artist should work hard to earn a 4.5 or 5 in every category. It's a very competitive business and people averaging in the 3's (or less) will probably not get too far without a great deal of improvement and development. I don't give out 4's and 5's easily, so any of those you see, you have earned. Well done! One thing to keep in mind, at least for your songs designated as "Singles" (the songs geared towards winning over radio stations, record company executives and music publishers) - try to keep Intros under 10 seconds and try to reach the Chorus between the 40 and 43 second mark. This is very important in the following genres: pop, rock, singer/songwriter, R&B/pop, alternative rock, jazz/pop and punk/pop. If it's 44 seconds or longer into a song and the Chorus did not kick in yet, you should edit the arrangement accordingly. In rap music, the chorus can come in at the 59 second mark or even a bit later, since the verses are traditionally longer, compared to other genres of popular music. Radio, Record Company and Music Publishing executives pay close attention to song arrangement, as they decide if an artist is developed enough for them to show interest. I'll now paste in some general career-enhancing tips and provide you with a link to free advice which is posted on my Web site. --------------------------------------------- For a FREE resource of helpful information, I encourage you to visit the "Media Appearances" section of my Web site, www.FoleyEntertainment.com. You will see links to several television interviews I've done, which are filled with advice and tips that may be of help to you. If you only have the time to watch two of the clips, I'd say the most informative are: "Poughkeepsie Live - Second Appearance" - from Time Warner Cable Television in New York and "69 News At Sunrise" from WFMZ in Pennsylvania. ---------------------------------------------- If you are trying to gain the attention of record companies, music publishers, booking agents or top managers, your game plan should include: college radio promotion, publicity, live performances, Internet marketing, social media and CD/merchandise sales. Just having a great CD and live show are no longer enough in today's music business. You have to show industry executives you have a product that has been marketed successfully on the local or regional level. In addition to an informative EPK, it's important to have a professional looking physical Press Kit. Many journalists, radio station executives and music biz executives still request actual press kits at times. If you are not sure if your materials are as strong as they should be, (or if you are possibly not using the correct industry standard two-pocket folders and envelopes) don't hesitate to contact me. I'd be glad to send over a photo of a Sample Press Kit via e-mail. Additionally, if your Press Kit does not contain a Fact Sheet, I can send you a sample document via e-mail as well. You can then compare yours, to see if it's as strong as possible. If you don't have a Fact Sheet in your physical Press Kit, then the sample document could be a helpful template, so you can design your own. ----------------------------------------------- On a side note, to send this message to you via the SonicBids system, I have to click on "Selected" or "Not Selected." However, in this particular opportunity, all submissions are "Selected" - so to speak, as everyone who submits their music will receive the free evaluation and an opportunity to begin a dialogue with me. It's not like most of the opportunities on SonicBids, where some artists get selected - and others are not selected, such as a festival or contest of some kind. ----------------------------------------------- Feel free to write back and let me know your career goals and plans for the next six months. After reading the information you send back to me via e-mail, if I can provide some insight, ideas or advice, I'd be more than happy to do so. ------------------------------------------------- Thanks again for the music submission Tee and continued best wishes! -------------------------------------------------- Direct E-Mail Address: EugeneFoleyMusic@aol.com Best wishes, Gene Foley www.FoleyEntertainment.com Feel free to sign up for my free Newsletter which I send out periodically throughout the year via e-mail. A sign-up box is on the Home page of my Web site. - Eugene Foley Music


Discography

Sorry Mama the Album

Summer Love

From Iceberg to slim

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Mr. G. T. Madelon, the R&B singer known to all his fans as Tee Munny! A debonair young man with a bright future in music, his musical endeavors began at an early age; with his smooth writing he won the city wide oratorical contest.
As a child, Tee Munny idolized Prince, and his hometown heroes “New Edition.” An avid listener of the soulful sounds of Motown and Quincy Jones, Tee-MUNNY has thrived for dance tunes and a passion for great arrangements. Tee Munny’s career began at the tender age of nine with a chorus group called the “Young Believers” of the Boston Missionary Baptist Church. During the early 90’s TEE-MUNNY honed his abilities through the various genres of music from Jazz, Konpa, Rhythm and Blues, and classical music.
This talented young man is an up and coming songwriter, producer, and performer who have worked with countless artists. Tee Munny has written and arranged music for power house gospel group “Soul’s Crown!” Tee Munny’s music is based on his upbringing. He expresses his soul through his music. His past relationships have turned out some of his best work to date! An accomplished musician of the The New-England Conservatory of Music,TEE-MUNNY has decided to pursue an education that will further his writing skills and the completion of the song (EP) “Sorry Mama” the musical career he is destined for!
In 2006 Supreme Entertainment signed on as Tee Munny’s management and began artist development exposure. With his unique soulful sound and love for music it’s easy for this talented artist to create that old school baby making music with style! Not enough can be said about this young man! His talent speaks for itself. So sit back, relax, and listen to one of Boston’s most prolific songwriter and producer TEE-MUNNY!