Does the name Austin Brown ring a bell?? I’m sure it does because not only did I have the honor of sitting down with singer,songwriter,producer, and performer for an interview but he comes from the biggest musical family in the world…The Jackson Family! He is the son of Rebbie Jackson which means he’s the nephew of The King of Pop; Michael and Janet Jackson. A few months back Austin spoke to me about his highly anticipated upcoming mixtape album “Highway 85” and now it’s finally here! “Highway 85” takes you on a musical journey as Austin Brown shows off his storytelling writing skills, sweet and soothing harmonies, and with groovy pop beats. Austin collaborated with rapper David Banner, songwriter and producer Tommy “Tgunzz” Parker, producer Rodney Jerkins, Scott Brueznak, Angelo “BLVCK BELLY”, Paolo “Shirazi” Prudencio, Walter Afanasieff, and Harmony “HMoney” Samuels. Austin dedicates this mixtape to his father Nathaniel.
Austin is definitely in a lane of his own, if you don’t want to get ran over “Highway 85” is the lane to take. Be apart of this musical journey; You can download Austin Brown’s “Highway 85” by clicking the link below.
Watch Austin Brown Speak about “Highway 85”
He’s one of the most soulful, smoothest, and coolest guys in today’s R&B. He’s the son of actress Gloria Loring (“Days of Our Lives” and co-composer of theme songs of “Different Strokes” and “Facts of Life”) and musician/actor Alan Thicke and husband to superstar actress Paula Patton; Mr. Robin Charles Thicke. Rob (as I call him) started doing music at a very young age and started writing songs for artist like Brian McKnight, Brandy, Color Me Badd, Christina Aguilera, Pink, Marc Anthony, and even the late GREAT Michael Jackson! I first met Rob back in 2008 at CBS Studios and we had a great conversation and three years later here we are meeting again to promote his latest album “Love After War”. He talks about the theme of the album, his marriage, his son, and more! You can purchase his album “Love After War” by clicking the link below. #SupportGREATMusic
“You have to learn to love your imperfections and your flaws” – Robin Thicke