The recording business is full of artists who don’t have deep music knowledge. So 21-year-old, North Carolina native Byron Juane raises the bar with his schooling on jazz, classical, hip hop and R&B, plus his ability to play drums, guitar, trumpet and keys.
The artist who began playing music at 4, shines on his Reflection Music Group sophomore EP, Hopeful Soul, which is an inspiration for everyone who wants to find hope within any circumstance. The EP’s first single “Play Too Nice” is the somber journey of unraveling the mysteries of hurt, and on the EP’s second single “Honey,” Byron presents an unforeseen window into a man's heart captivated by love.
Byron Juane emerged in 2015 under the moniker K¥NG, releasing a series of well-received singles and the EP Aura. But he decided to drop the pseudonym and instead use his birth name. “K¥NG was just more about putting out music,” he explains. “Byron Juane is more intentious, has more impactful content and a more focused vision.” Byron Juane is evolving at light speed.