CLEVELAND RAPPER VELLE TO RELEASE DEBUT ALBUM “TWOONESIX”

CLEVELAND RAPPER VELLE TO RELEASE DEBUT ALBUM “TWOONESIX”

CLEVELAND RAPPER VELLE TO RELEASE DEBUT ALBUM “TWOONESIX”

Coming Soon, Hot On The Heels Of “I Thought It’d Be Harder” Mixtape

 

Cleveland, Ohio, United States of America – March 23rd, 2014 – Music is a celebration of life: the good, the bad and the just plain ugly. Sherman Kyle, better known as rapper and R&B artist Velle is a rising star who makes music that everyone can relate to, choosing themes close to humanity’s heart and connecting everything together, creating powerful music.

 

Starting at the age of 12, Velle recorded his first song at 16. Explaining how he started, he says “my love of music came from my love of poetry. It’s a way for me to express myself and get all that bottled-up frustration, pain and happiness out of my system. Better out than in.”

Sherman Kyle

Sherman Kyle

Velle is a solo artist who writes all his own material on the cusp of releasing his debut album, TwoOneSix, which is due to be released in [season/month] 2014. The first single off this album, You Be Always, will be released in May 2014 with a video.

 

Fans who can’t wait to listen can check out the I Thought It’d Be Harder mixtape, which is already available at Velle’s website as a free download.

 

Has already performed at Peabody’s Concert Club, and was invited to perform at producer Dr. Marlowe MaulyT Taylor’s daughter’s Sweet Sixteen birthday party.

 

Velle is the CEO of CMG Records which was established in 2011. Check out the website and discover one of Cleveland’s hottest new stars, quickly rising through the ranks to national stardom.

 

About Sherman Kyle

Sherman Kyle, better known as Velle is a rapper and R&B artist from Cleveland OH and CEO of music label CMG Records. For more information, please visit his website.

 

Website: http://www.clevelandmoneygettas.com

Twitter: http://www.twitter.com/velle_216

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