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Genre: Pop Rock | Music influences include Pink, Tina Turner, Rihanna, Maroon 5, Adele, Jill Scott, Ludacris, Faith Evans,

Janet Jackson, Mackelmore and Paramore. | Hometown: Brooklyn, New York

Beautifully talented, chocolate loving, creative and Red Velvet cake eating champ, The Pop Rock Artist Mo Brown Suga presents to you an energy so immense that it can no longer be capped. It's too big, too wide, so strong that this gift definitely doesn't fit the mold of just your ordinary. Over the years, many have become familiar with Multi-Media Artist Mo Brown Suga the Actress, Radio Host, Dancer, Voice Over specialist, Award Winning Film Director Producer, and Electric Red Styles Accessory Designer... but now Ms. Brown introduces to you her intangible ability to engage with the inner you.

Raised in Brooklyn NY and of Caribbean decent, her journey began at the tender age of five as Michael Jackson's 'BAD' album spun on the record player. Brown’s first opportunity to share her voice was in Bridge Street A.W.M.E Baptist Church where she performed and founded her church's youth choir, letting her inner light shine. From many Sundays of singing "Total Praise" as a young teen, her growth and the support of believers led Mo to attend Professional Performing Arts High School (P.P.A.S), majoring in Dance with The Alvin Ailey Dance Theatre Company. With a passion bigger than life, Mo Brown has performed for many bar/batmitzfah’s, weddings, special events, and more. Shortly after graduating from Long Island University with a Degree in Musical Theater & Speech Communications, Mo Brown equipped herself to be the ultimate Entertainer by touring in Musical Theater with the Classical Theater Of Harlem winning rave reviews, awards and is currently featured in films such as the HBO film 'Elliot Loves', music videos, webseries and more. Alongside being an Award Winning Filmmaker, Brown is also a Host/Radio Host for a number of NYC events and shows while working as a Voice Over Artist for Essence Magazine, Chase, Covergirl, The Stepperettes and others to name.

From dancing with her Aunt to Janet Jackson's "Rhythm Nation” (finessing the 5,4,3,2,1) hand movements), to singing in a range beyond Janet's, Mo Brown brings an extra kick of sass and energy mirroring Tina Turner, spelling out her bad girl Pop/Rock electric feel. Currently Mo Brown is a Voice Over Artist for Essence.com and many other commercials and companies to name. Working hard on her EP with a vastly innovative group of musicians and vocal coaching with Mr. J. Conrad Robinson, Mo Brown says: “I am electrifying. I am RED. I am passion. I perform because I believe that this is what God put me on the planet to do... To make people smile and shoot my energy through their veins. Whether it be happy, angry, sad or bubbly... I want to evoke emotion and be the spice that wakes up ones senses.

For more on Mo Brown, please see the ABOUT  tab here at MoBrownSuga.com.


                                                                                                                                                                                                                                       Video By: Patrice Waite

Don't Push Me (SNIPPET)

 

Mo Brown Performs @ Drom NYC

 

Mo Brown hit the stage performing singles 'Ready To Go' and 'Don't Push Me' ! Mo Brown hosts Mic Check Wednesdays @ DROM NYC with Mic Barber  and HOT 97's DJ Spynfo. But this time, she hit the stage! Check out snippets of what you missed!

 

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Composers: C2/12 Keyz; O. H.I.T.M. Productions; Mo Brown
Writing and Vocal Arrangements:
Singer/Songwriters Mo Brown, Crystal Z. Abrams and Nikki Owens
Photography by HassanKinley/Photo

Graphic Design: Royalty Marketing
Make Up: Taniqua Owens

Styling by: Jade Ford