Signing a label is a significant milestone for any music artist. It signifies their potential and the great promise of what’s ahead in their career. Recently, Warner Center Music Group welcomed upcoming artist Darius “Jashon” Everett to its family. The label is determined to guide their newly-signed talent to his rise to stardom.
Warner Center Music Group was founded by distinguished marketing expert LA Fame, known for his unique and strategic promotions and campaigns. The CEO has continually left the music industry in awe with his work ethic and professionalism. He had worked with some of the biggest names in the music scene, including Tyga and Soulja Boy. Aiming to use his knowledge and expertise to make an impact, LA Fame built a label that would prioritize the artist at all times and help them navigate the cutthroat music industry.
Today, LA Fame is working with Jashon, a budding artist who is dubbed as “the next big thing” to happen in the DMV area. Amplifying his talent and what he wants to say to the world musically, Jashon makes it clear that he is here to stay. Originally from Virginia, music was not always the artists’ priority. Responsibility and maintaining a family legacy got in the way of his passion, but Jashon never viewed his circumstances in a negative light.
Jashon moved around across the country as an Army kid with his parents. He even resided in Germany for a time, then in Georgia, California, and Maryland. With the constant changes in his environment, music became a constant refuge from a young age. It was apparent that his parents expected him to follow in the footsteps of those in his family who dedicated their lives to serve the country, and Jashon did not let them down. But he did not turn his back on music either.
Jashon currently serves the U.S. Army. He is stationed at Fort Hood, Texas, at the moment, where he juggles his life in the military and his drive to make music. Although the Army wasn’t his first choice, Jashon realized how important his job is and eventually loved being in service. Simultaneously, he finds time and makes an effort to hone his craft while in service.
It’s never easy for anyone to serve two masters at the same time, but Jashon makes it possible with time management and hard work. Merging the two lifestyles is challenging. So the artist strives to make the most out of both without sacrificing either. Asked where he wants to be in five years, Jashon shared that he wants to create music full-time and share his talent with the world.
With the assistance of Warner Center Music Group and its CEO, LA Fame, Jashon aims to accomplish his goal of becoming a household name in the future. Currently working on several projects, Jashon and LA Fame aim to knock listeners off with music that’s never been heard before. By far, LA Fame has been putting in great work into Jashon’s single, earning thousands in a matter of days.
To learn more about Jashon, visit his Instagram.