by The Alchemist
Eric Leon is bringing the beat back to Miami music. This Vero Beach native offers a diverse range of sound, from the delivery of powerfully cut lyrics to melodic rhythms, leaving very little to be left out of reach. A visit to Texas helped define his music taste, as Eric was introduced to a new wave of hip-hop. By 13, Eric was writing rhymes with a sharp sound that stems from influences such as Z-Ro, Future, and Lil Wayne.
With years of experience creating music under his belt, Eric Leon’s industry growth and curated talent is unmatched. Discovered on Instagram by his manager Mackazoe of SoloMack Management, Leon hit the ground running, pushing out work and refining his craft. His past year in Miami has proven his unequivocal strides to success – resulting in a deal with legendary producing giants Cool & Dre, a mixtape debut hosted by musical powerhouse DJ Khaled, and a barrage of hits through Epidemic Music Group, such as newly released “Work For It” and “XOXO”.
Eric’s social influence is undeniable. He is headlining a new generation of hip-hop culture, standing out with a fresh sound and refined skill – leading him to be one of the best in new-age hip-hop, and definitely one to watch.
As a talented songwriter and hip-hop artist, 20-year-old Eric is pioneering the new-age hip-hop sound with his latest single “Lemme See.” This track brings a ton of bounce and could be an extremely huge hit in the club scene (or virtual club scene with what is going on). He has even gained the attention of Fat Joe who states, “I have been a fan of Eric Leon, now it’s time for the world to see what I see.” Adds legendary producers Cool & Dre: “Eric Leon has the potential to be one of the biggest artists we’ve signed.” We could see Eric Leon taking off in the very near future.
With 2 million streams on iCloud, Eric’s social influence is undeniable as he stands out with a fresh sound and refined skill, making him one of the best in new-age hip hop, and definitely one to watch. His EP, “We In The World” is scheduled for release early this summer. His past year in Miami has proven his unequivocal strides to success – resulting in a deal with legendary producing giants Cool & Dre, a mixtape debut hosted by musical powerhouse DJ Khaled, and a barrage of hits through Epidemic Music Group, such as newly released “Work For It” and “XOXO”. Check out the song below.
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