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Sir Preme is one of the more versatile artists to surface in this modern era of music. A contemporary R&B singer and songwriter who fuses R&B and rap -- Sir Preme was born in Brooklyn NY and raised in NYC until he migrated to Jacksonville FL in 2009.  Sir. Preme is making waves due to his diverse SoundCloud uploads and single releases such as "Pain", "Let Me Know", "Vibes", and "It's Whateva." All four of these songs are now available for streaming and download across all digital platforms.

Born in the greatest city in the world that breeds R&B and hip-hop talent, 22-year-old singer/songwriter/rapper, Sir Preme has emerged from the streets of New York with his own brand of street soul that musically blends the urgency of R&B with Hip Hop music. Reared on the slow jams of Tyrese, R. kelly, Usher, and Chris Brown, Preme realized his talent at a very young age, serenading his female classmates and eventually creating his first recording at a friend’s makeshift home studio in 2014.  “I went over to my man Boski’s house to record this song that he wanted to feature me on, and next thing you know, everyone was talking about it because my other friend, Sef who is a DJ played it at the club. We received such positive feedback for the song, that it made me want to take my music seriously.”

Preme migrated to Jacksonville FL in 2009 after his father accepted a position with a firm. Preme became very popular in school and around town which gave him the idea to become a party promoter. His father always gave him hard time and reminded him that he is wasting his talent and should consider using his popularity to grow an audience for his music. In 2016 Sir Preme went to his father and said “I am ready to do this. If I commit will you support me and manage my career.” From there Preme would start writing to beats that he found on YouTube. He would then lease or buy the beats for his studio sessions, record, get the songs pre-mixed and then upload to SoundCloud. Visions of Bryson Tiller’s quick rise to stardom was always in the back of his head which kept him very motivated.

Finally, the once troubled kid now turned man found his outlet and new high. “I was always so depressed and upset with myself because I knew I wanted more out of life but I hated school and didn’t really have anything I was good at other than being a ladies man lol,” admits Preme. “So I used to smoke weed all day and drink my pain away. That’s why my song “Pain” is so important to me. That song literally changed my life because I felt like it was therapy that released the pain I was feeling. I stopped smoking weed and now only drink occasionally ”. “Ii’s like I stopped self medicating and started self motivating.”  Preme’s narratives are transparent and highly relevant for young Millennials on a mission in either life or love.

On November 11th, 2016, Preme released his biggest track to date, a self-reflective slow burner
entitled “Pain” along with a visual for it. With his ability to switch up from soft and tender R&B to braggadocious rap effortlessly, most feel that Sir Preme will resonate with fans and be around for a very long time.  Preme plans to drop a full length album by Summer of 2017.

As of now, Sir Preme has released 4 singles on November 11th “Pain”, “For The Honey’s”, “It’s Whateva”, and “Let Me Know” to all digital platforms including but not limited to, iTunes, Apple Music, Google Play and Spotify.

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