Reflection Music Group is proud to present Byron Juane’s “Life in the Evening” EP. It is reflective of Byron’s musical journey growing up playing instruments, getting an opportunity to play in church and finally being signed by RMG.
“‘Life in the Evening’ is about coming out on the other side of the darkness and having hope and victory,” Juane shares of telling his story in his art.
The Charlotte, North Carolina native is an all-around fan of music and says his influences include jazz greats Herbie Hancock and Miles Davis as well as modern day hitmakers Drake, 6LACK and Calvin Harris. His music is honest and reflective as he seeks to combat hypocrisy and inspire others to be authentic.
“You should be who you’re gonna be regardless of the circumstances,” he says.
Being himself has led to living out his dreams as he calls his musical journey “surreal.” He connected with Deraj when the RMG artist heard a song Juane did with a friend and reached out on Twitter to congratulate him. Juane then helped pen Deraj’s “Know That’s Me” before being invited to play 2016’s Flavor Fest, where he met RMG co-founder Doc Watson. And the rest is history.
“Byron Juane is the first RMG artist we have signed in a few years,” Watson says. “He has so much talent and is such a great person. He has great character and to be honest, I think he has what it takes to create a wave for others to follow.”
Juane was also featured on Derek Minor’s “Astronaut” single this summer and the RMG co-founder was impressed by the rising star’s potential. Upon finding great working chemistry after just a few studio sessions, Minor featured Juane on the "High Above" tracks "Heaven's Light" and "higher, Higher, HIGHER." Minor gives his co-sign by appearing on the title track for “Life in the Evening.”