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3Dimensional Blends Pop, R&B, and Rap On New Album Release!

 


3Dimensional Blends Pop, R&B, and Rap On New Album Release!
Recognized as a dynamic duo, brothers Coleton and Logen are talented singers, songwriters, and dancers who have become known as 3Dimensional. Offering listeners a unique blend of original pop, soulful R&B and edgy rap, the brothers were discovered by Disney in 2011. Since their discovery, the young artists have received invitations to appear on numerous television shows performing their material.

Although still teenagers, sibling singer/songwriters Coleton and Logen appear as though they have been a staple in modern music for quite some time. Hailing from Tampa, Florida, the multi-talented brothers have brought lyrically meaningful, genre-bending R&B and hip hop to a wide audience of listeners both in Tampa, and internationally. Discovered by the Disney channel in 2011 on a showcase called The Event, the young musicians draw from personal experience and interpersonal relationships to create meaningful music that virtually any listener can relate to.
3Dimensional really began to pick up steam when they were discovered by producer Bryan Tyson of Deep Productions in 2015. It was then that the brothers began recording their soon to be released album, Netflicks & Chill, a title based on a popular internet meme. The brothers were a perfect fit with Tyson, who had the experience to set 3Dimensional on promising career path and harness the brothers’ love for entertaining.
Their newest single Netflicks & Chill has just been released and is a modern take on soulful R&B and rap, providing listeners with meaningful, poignant messages backed by infectious dance melodies. Over the next six months, the boys hope that their hectic personal lives will sync up with their artistic endeavors in order to work on marketing and promoting their music to a wider audience. For more information about 3Dimensional, visit their official site http://www.3dimensionalmusic.com, where the group is also available for
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