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"H*Wood Has the Summer Jam We’ve Been Waiting For"

By: Sadao Turner
In what some are saying could hold the honor of being the summer jam of 2010, H*Wood‘s “Could It Be You (Punk Rock Chick)” has made waves online, garnering nearly 70,000 spins on YouTube and buzz from top gossip sites such as JustJared.com. The track was arranged by Grammy award-winning producer Rodney “DarkChild” Jerkins, the mastermind behind such hits as Lady Gaga‘s “Telephone” and Pussycat Dolls‘ “When I Grow Up”.
H*Wood hails from Aurora, Colorado, a city we’ve never heard of, making his adoption of the name “H*Wood” all that more understandable. The rapper was found on Myspace after spending 12 hours a day online promoting his music and perfecting his craft. At 22, he’s now signed by Jerkins under the DarkChild label and is preparing to push “Could It Be You” to the masses. - Ryan Seacrest


"Could It Be You" (Punk Rock Chick)-
"W.O.R.K." Available May 1st: http://youtu.be/yctNMRHwAyY
FOR MORE www.soundcloud.com/officialhwood



Brandyn "H*Wood" Bordeaux (Born March 6, 1988)[1] is an American born mash-up recording artist. H*Wood is a proud Denver, Colorado musician whose music reflects his elecletic upbringing ranging between electronic, pop, dance and dub-step all while effortlessly rapping the lyrics; the style is considered to be innovative considering electronic and dub-step are generally genres known for its music production rather than its lyrics.

In 2009 H*Wood was approached by Mark Jackson Productions to record a demo EP, from that EP spawned H*Wood's premiere single "Could it Be You,(Punk Rock Chick). "Could it Be You" brought the attention of super producer Rodney Jerkins and his music label, Dark Child Records. H*Wood signed a recording contract with the industry heavyweight and soon released his debut single. Upon release the single received praise from the likes of Ryan Seacrest's popular entertainment site, RyanSeacrest.com as having "...the 2010 Summer Jam we've been waiting for". "Could it Be You" to date has sold over 220,000 downloads.

After the successful release of "Could It Be You" in the United States, H*Wood's party anthem was picked up by Universal Records Germany and released overseas. At his highest points the debut single reached the #1 most downloaded song in Germany and #33 on Germany's Hot 100.