(Black PR Wire) Independent Hip-Hop/R&B Singer Songwriter Señoj has inked a management agreement with Taryn Brown + Company. The Dallas-based entertainment and marketing company will focus on Señoj’s music career as a recording artist and songwriter, as well as on branding opportunities and other projects in television and film.
“Señoj” is multi-talented”, says Taryn Brown, who is heading Señoj’s management team. “A Grammy Songwriter’s Camp prodigy and recipient of the Ella Fitzgerald Songwriters Scholarship, she has an extensive catalog of genre bending music. Her unique style emanates from her classical vocal and piano training that has morphed into a Hip-Hop/R&B/Pop blend with edgy and earthly lyrics.”
Señoj” cites female dynamos Beyoncé, Ciara, and Christina Aguilera as a few of the many artists that have influenced her, and enthuses over Frank Ocean, Brian Michael Cox and Ne-yo as some of her favorite songwriters.
“I am extremely excited to be working with Taryn” says Señoj. “Her knowledge and experience in the music industry will be such an asset to my career. I especially look forward to collaborating with the many talented producers and artists that are shaping today’s music landscape.”
On the heels of her well-received debut single “Running,” Señoj’s track “Leave It Alone,” is featured in the Amazon Prime movie, “The Morning After,” a comedy starring Karon Joseph Riley, Ernestine Johnson and Marquita Goings. Señoj is currently performing on a 14-city college tour. An already growing fan base awaits the release of her new single, “Selfish,” in the spring.
Señoj’s music, videos and social media platforms include:
About Taryn Brown + Company
Taryn Brown + Company specializes in identifying promising new talent and successfully guiding them on a career path that matches their unique strengths to music industry trends.
Principal Taryn Brown has over 20 years of experience in the music and entertainment industry. Prior to founding Taryn Brown + Company, she was Vice President of P.T. Entertainment (Pebbles, TLC) and was responsible for launching the careers of some of the biggest names in Hip-Hop/R&B including Wu-Tang Clan, Tyrese, Bobby Brown, New Edition, SWV and others.
As senior director of promotions for BMG/RCA and MCA, Ms. Brown helped generate more than $600 million and worked with all radio formats including Hip-Hop, Urban A/C, Rhythmic and Pop. She was executive producer of “Impact” TV Show, a weekly African-American television program syndicated by Baruch/BET Entertainment.