Front Runners | Emerging Talent

Front Runners Artists

Front Runners is a modern, artist-driven label that takes pride in being YOUNG.

The majority of the label’s artists are 90s babies breaking onto the music scene. Scattered across the globe, the artists hail from across the US, Europe, Asia, and the Caribbean. Among them are award-winning artists pushing the game in Hip Hop, EDM, Pop, Dancehall, Soca, and any other genre filled with energy and attitude.

Meet The Artists


Braveboy

Braveboy is a singer and songwriter born and raised in Trinidad and Tobago. Whether collaborating with global artists like Walshy Fire of Major Lazer on EDM and Dancehall tracks or working in the Trinidad and Tobagonian style Trapso, Braveboy has a style all his own.

Dexx! Turner

Staying true to Southern Hip Hop’s formula, Montgomery, Alabama artist Dexx! Turner has flow, wordplay, energy and charisma in abundance. Driven by his melodic voice, his adept songwriting combines both the wonder and heartache of life.

Mical Teja

Mical Teja is an award-winning recording artist, songwriter and music producer from Trinidad and Tobago. Mical Teja has been lighting up the Caribbean Music scene winning the Eyeslam Superstar title and reaching the semi-finals of the International Soca Monarch, and seeing his releases appear on Jillionaire’s (Major Lazer) Feel Up Records.

Tre Wright

Producer and songwriter Tre Wright’s urban sound draws influences from R&B, pop, hip-hop and soul. Born in Dayton, Ohio, Wright grew up focusing on his love of sports, but always found himself inspired to create and express himself through art. His love of music spurred on by influences like T-Pain, Timbaland, and The-Dream came into bloom after he began writing and producing songs at home. Wright enrolled in the audio production program at Ohio University before moving to Los Angeles, CA. He is currently writing and producing for dozens of artists as well as creating music for TV & Film. In the past year, Wright has had over 200 syncs, including various MTV features, a feature on Showtime’s SMILF, two theme songs, and more.


Check out Front Runners’ highly sync-able production music for much needed youthful energy.

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