Young country artist Urban Blaze is creating massive ripples in the country music scene with the recent hit of his single “Meet Me at the Farm” that features national TV star Big SMO. The single generated 60,000 streams in only 20 days from when it was released, a significant achievement for anyone who is trying to make a mark in the music industry.
Urban Blaze is one of the few aspiring music artists who achieved success in a few months from the time their careers were launched. He started off by sharing the stage with Texas Country Music Hall of Fame artist Neil Mccoy and opening for several well-known bands all across the country.
He is best known for his unique musical taste due to his exposure to several music genres, and his style is attracting fans from all age groups. His unique way of articulating his thoughts through his songs is also something that his followers love about him. He easily connects with his fans regardless of their age and music preferences as he inspires hope and encourages others to never be afraid to pursue their dreams.
Under the management of Youngville Agency since October 2019, Urban Blaze has been nothing but a shooting star leaving a trail of impressive songs and eager fans. Even at his young age, Urban Blaze was able to strike an impressive agreement with his agency, as he now possesses the rights to his music and merchandise.
The year 2020 is looking very promising for the young artist as he continues to create multiple videos for his most anticipated song “Take Me Back Home” featuring Big Smo. Fans can also look forward to the release of his other music videos that will be made available alongside the launching of his debut country studio album called City Boy, Country Tastes. This coming August 20, Urban Blaze will be releasing a new country song titled “Garners Ferry Road,” where he is set to relive his time living in South Carolina.
Come early 2021, Urban Blaze is expected to start working on his second album and is working out plans to go on tour in the summer.
Urban Blaze intends to finish his two college degrees from Middle Tennessee State University while growing his music career at the same time. He is set to start his freshman year this year, majoring in music business and audio engineering. He also dreams of one day owning his own agricultural company and venturing into other potential streams of income. Additionally, Urban wants to do philanthropic work in the future and open a school for the arts. To help young and aspiring artists, establishing a recording label is also one of his priorities.
Years from now, Urban Blaze wants to own franchises and help underfunded communities across the country. Moreover, traveling the world for music and leisure while giving back to communities along the way is something that he looks forward to.
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