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Brian Puspos Announces Release of Debut EP, Slow Love And Bangin'

Set To Hit on January 11, 2017 via CXSHXNLY
Watch the Music Video for “Murder She WroteHERE

Houston-bred Brian Puspos, already an internationally recognized artist both as a musician and a choreographer, has announced the release of his debut solo EP, Slow Love and Bangin’, set to drop on January 11, 2017 via CXSHXNLY. For a first listen of the EP, check out the gorgeous new music video for “Murder She Wrote” via 88rising. Slow Love and Bangin’ is available for preorder now via iTunes, with an instant download of “Murder She Wrote.” The EP features 6 tracks and enlists the talents of Grammy-nominated artist Anderson .Paak, Grammy-winning producer collective The Stereotypes (Bruno Mars, Justin Bieber, EXO) and producers Nez & Rio(Schoolboy Q, Tinashe, Vic Mensa). Slow Love and Bangin‘ is an intimate affair, with Brian’s smooth vocals singing lyrics of love and heartbreak over thumping beats and atmospheric synths.

With a following reaching over 1.3 million people, Brian has showcased himself as a passionate individual with a strong vision. Having gained national fame after competing twice on America’s Best Dance Crew with two separate teams, Brian has become one of the world’s most sought after choreographers, teaching and performing in 43 different countries over four years and going on to choreograph videos for and work with the likes of Chris Brown, Marques Houston, Justin Bieber and K-Pop stars SHINee and EXO, as well as creating his own videos on his YouTube channel, gaining over 55 million views. Brian has also become a recognized fashion trendsetter, launching his clothing line Vanguard Originals with fellow dancer Pat Lam. And with this upcoming EP and a recent feature in rapper GoldLink’s music video for “Spectrum,” Brian is proving himself as an artist that’s proving to be difficult to ignore in 2017.
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