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PHILIP CROWN


PHILIP CROWN

Born and raised in Seattle, WA. Philip grew up with a strong musical background learning to play 5 instruments through his middle school and highschool years, doing so while being part of his school choir and jazz choir. He was also an active worship leader for a school church organization his junior and senior years in high school. Later on, he continued his passion for music by participating in choir and talent competitions at the University of Washington. After finishing college, he started a company that became very successful, allowing him to continue his passion for music through other outlets.
In 2011, Philip began featuring on local artists songs giving him a small buzz in the Seattle area. After seeing what his passion would allow him, he began working on a solo project with Tacoma based producers Two-fiftythree and with Miami based producer Krunkadelic. He is currently wrapping up his EP, of which his first single "Take My Hand" stems from.



Phil Crown, an up and coming Pop/R&B artist from Seattle, Washington is pleased to announce the release of his new single “Take My Hand.” This single is part of Phil’s upcoming EP that is slated to drop later this year. “I have been working extremely hard every day to get to this point and I am very excited to see the hard work and long nights in the studio beginning to pay off. I truly love what I do and I hope my fans can truly feel everything I put into this music.”. The video for the new single “Take My Hand” can be watched on Phil’s official YouTube channel. The single can also be downloaded from the iTunes store or streamed on Spotify.
As Phil continues his journey to become a top R&B artist, he remains extremely focused and lets his work ethic do a lot of the talking. He added, “There have been many sleepless nights spent working in the studio pushing hard to get to this point. It feels good to not only see the progress, but to also see people enjoying the music I create. That is why I do what I do, and work so hard. It is extremely gratifying to see so many people enjoy your work. It’s what pushes me to work on this so relentlessly and I have no plans of slowing down anytime soon.”
With a combination of his hard work and raw musical talent, Phil stands out as a 2014 R&B artist to keep your eye on. The music industry is extremely difficult to break into and it requires constant hard work to maintain relevance. “This industry is intense and there is always someone new coming along to try to make a name for themselves. It takes self discipline to work this hard, but more importantly it takes surrounding yourself with a winning team, and I can confidently say that I am surrounded by some of the best in the music industry.” For updates on Phil Crown as he continues his journey follow him on Twitter and “Like” his official Facebook page.
About Phil Crown: Phil is a pop artist coming up in the Seattle music scene. He has spent the past year recording and mixing his two forthcoming EPs. The newly released single, “Take My Hand” will serve as a precursor to these two EPs releasing first quarter of 2014. Philip is active on popular social media platforms Twitter and Facebook, where fans can follow the progress of the new EP and Phil’s daily life as he continues his ascent into the music industry. The official “Take My Hand” video can be seen here: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=robhaIlYQeU&hd=1. Make sure to join Phil’s YouTube channel to see future videos and releases.
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