Toward the end of 2014, New Entry Band members were again raising the bar another notch for their music career.
According to Wilner Pierre, New Entry founder and lead singer, the band secured a publishing deal with Edward Hoyte on Dec.3 to become a part of the renowned Brickhouse Music Group (BHMG), which is based in California.
As a fully established Independent Record Label that was founded in 2009, the company assists artists in the production, promotion and distribution of their music, which are classified under pop, hip hop, R&B or rap genres.
In addition to Wilner, New Entry Band is comprised of Anderson Alcime, lead singer and percussionist; Francois Innocent, bass player and guitarist; Joanel Petit -Beau, keyboardist; Herode Innocent, lead guitarist; and Larry Johnson, drummer.
Featured among the artists on BMG’s Web site (http://www.bhgmusicgroup.com) and on its main page are the New Entry Band members. Phe aka A.J. Reckley, who is also from Abaco, is also listed among the company’s diverse artists.
Certainly, you could say that Abaconians are making their mark internationally because their untiring efforts and persistence are paying off.
“This deal is a great move for the band; our music will be published to a wider audience all over the world,” Wilner said. “It’s something we always wanted and were waiting for!”
He said it is expected that the band will travel to California from time to time to confirm the release of projects among other transactions. In fact, New Entry’s album called “Music Evolution” will be released in early 2015 under the Brickhouse Music Group label.
Fans may remember that New Entry released their first music video for their single “Excited” in March 2014, and the video was voted No.1 on Tempo Network’s Cross-Caribbean Countdown.
In the meantime, Wilner said the members continue to work hard and hope for the best as they stay active on the music scene.
He added: “We have a lot of opportunities on the floor right now, so we are just working and getting ready for whenever something else come about.
“We just want our fans and supporters to be prepared for some hot, hot, hot music.”