DGMAYNE

DANIEL JAMES GLAVIN

BIOGRAPHY

Daniel James Glavin, better known by his stage name ‘DGMayne’, is an American record producer born in Ballston Spa, NY. Currently living in Manhattan, DG has been recognized within the music industry scene as an accredited producer, with a unique sound that sets him apart from other composers. Through years of piano lessons, he became intrigued by the art of creating music and invested in synthesizer workstations to develop and hone his craft.

From the start of his career to present day, DG transitioned from a “beat-maker” to an exceptional producer as a result of hard work and dedication. At a young age, DG recalls being inspired by The Beatles, Elton John, Michael Jackson, The Delfonics and accomplished producers such as Dr. Dre, Quincy Jones and Timbaland. Through the years, DG’s sound began to take shape and has grown into what he refers to as “stadium music”, a mixture of relentless, infectious melodies mixed with triumphant, hard-hitting drums.

DG placed his first radio record with ‘Bout Dat’ featuring Grafh and Jim Jones. The single accumulated a total of over half a million listens online. To date, DG’s music has been played on radio stations such as Shade 45, Power 105, Hot 97, Pandora, and more. His material has also been on blogs such as Thisis50.com, 2DopeBoyz, Vibe, HipHopDX, AllHipHop.com and more. He also placed as the top producer in New York State with the iStandard Producers platform in 2012. Now, after collaborating with notorious names such as Joe Budden and Fred The Godson, DG’s success continues to grow. As he continues to work with his team and build his accolades, DG is sure to surpass even his own expectations.

AWARDS & RECOGNITIONS

Blog Features: Rap Radar, Vibe, Thisis50.com, 2DopeBoyz, HipHopDX, HNHH, illroots, AllHipHop.com, Ambrosia4Heads, Revolt
Radio: Shade 45, Sway In The Morning, Power 105, Hot 97, Hot 93.7, Pandora Radio, Spotify, Tidal

MARKETING POINTS

Twitter: 17k Followers (@DGMayne)
Instagram: 30k Followers (@DGMayne)

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KEVIN PABON

BIOGRAPHY

Kevin Pabon, born and raised in Long Island, New York first entered the music scene as part of a four person singing group. The group, which included former Bad Boy Records recording artist Donnie Klang, had written and produced their first studio album by the time Kevin was just 17 years old. After completing the album at Cove City Sound Studios in Long Island, the group toured the country performing for audiences ranging from Joe Jackson, Michael Jacksons father, at a private birthday event, to harmonizing for the National Anthem at an NBA playoff game and even radio station Z100's acclaimed annual Zootopia concert series. Shortly after the group disbanded Kevin found himself falling in love with the music production process and quickly began exploring his talents on the piano as well as with keyboard workstations and eventually various software recording programs.

Since his introduction to music production, Kevin has had the chance to share the studio with some amazing artists such as Nate Morris from Boyz II Men, Usher, MOP, Cuban Link, Havoc of Mobb Deep and Kymani Marley to name a few, as well as many extremely talented independent artists. Kevin's inspiration comes from the sheer appreciation of musical talents no matter the genre and includes everything from Motown, Funk, Jazz, Country, Pop and even Opera. Since being a part of a singing group he excels at vocal production and his love for musicality brings that old feeling into todays modern sound. "Music is a feeling. An emotion. My goal is to affect someones emotion in the way that I intended. To take them somewhere for a few minutes that's outside the world they're living in."

Kevin and Daniel joined forces in 2011 and have been working together ever since. Combining their skill sets, the duo has cultivated a unique sound, easily allowing them to stand out from the rest of the pack and turning all attention on them. They hope to promote a different blend sonically than what you're used to and evoke deep emotions within you that transport you into their world. The only problem? You might never want to leave.