Riley has become synonymous with taking well-known instrumentals he likes, penning completely new songs and putting his own spin on them, coining the term “refix”. Stepping away from his usual Superman-themed concept, TEN ELEVEN TWELVE is an honest body of work reflecting Jermaine’s real life and representing R&B to the fullest. Utilising the likes of Usher’s “Climax”, Chris Brown’s “Don’t Judge Me”, Rick Ross’ “Diced Pineapples”, Frank Ocean’s “White” and Miguel’s “Adorn” to name a few, this spectacular project is sure to please his ever-growing following.
“I’m really excited for my supporters to hear this particular project because I touched upon my reality. Whether it’s a serious subject or more tongue-in-cheek, I think the overall project is a great set up for future projects. If you love R&B and enjoy story-telling, I believe you’ll love this.” Jermaine Riley
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With over 10 years experience in the music, entertainment and new media sectors, Faron has an extensive senior international network. He Co founded electronic dance label Funktastique, working with the likes of Ministry of Sound and DEFECTED; going on to head up the EU division of US label Deep Vision Records, before joining the broadcast sponsorship team at Channel 5. Faron has since co-founded Rhythm and Muse Publishing, Library and Records and set up his own transatlantic artist, entertainment and new media consultancy, Represent Me Ltd. In 2010, Faron joined digital and new media futurist, Ted Cohen’s TAG Strategic, where his remit included launching new music service BuyMyPlaylist, assisting interactive content start-up Clikthrough with their EU penetration strategy and worked with UK Trade & Investment on their event at SXSW, whilst securing the participation of an array of senior executives. April 2011 saw Faron and partner Co found MusicConnex. With over 1000 delegates and 140 senior level speakers from companies such as: Facebook, YouTube, Spotify, ReverbNation, MTV, BBC. In December Faron and partner became the Strategic Partnership team for REPUDO (UK) and launched the service in the UK with through a partnership with EMI Music's their band "You Me At Six". As well as working with Digital Start-Ups, Faron manages several singer/songwriters and producers including; Jermaine Riley (formerly 1/3 of UK R&B group FDM, who were signed by Ne-Yo to Compound Ent, and subsequently Geffen Records), Soundmasters a music production duo hailing from Birmingham and Australian Jono McNeil who has been behind the scenes doing backing vocals for Jessie J, Lemar, Jocelyn Brown and more recently Michael Buble on the XFactor finals. As a sort after mentor, Faron was head-hunted to join STEMnet, and is a regular speaker at Connexions’ "Aiming to Succeed" event as well as a host of schools and academies throughout the UK.
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