Singer/songwriter Terry Bright steps into the spotlight with the single and cinematic film “North Florida Flow.” The Pensacola, FL native began singing in church at age 13. As his passion for music grew, he acquired a skill for songwriting and recorded his first song at age 19. In 2017, he released the mixtape “Owl”, which featured the singles “Eye 2 Eye”, “Fools Paradise” and “I.” The crooner has also opened for R&B veteran Mya. Bright describes himself as an artsy, alternative R&B artist. Bright enjoys creating songs with a funky tradition to grab listener’s attention. The TSU alum has an immense appreciation for film and the arts that translates throughout the visuals of his songs. The uptempo number “North Florida Flow” is a celebration of Bright’s Florida roots. The song’s heavy bass and throbbing rhythm encourages listeners to dance along. The visual shows Bright and friends enjoying the culture that Florida has to offer, highlighting Florida dance moves and wearing paraphernalia from one of Florida’s most popular schools, Florida A&M University. Bright also likes to convey powerful statements in his videos. In the  “North Florida Flow” clip, he displayed what he calls a “black culture” portrait that captured all shades of black skin. This is to indicate that there are diverse shades of skin living throughout the state of Florida. Bright revealed that his next project “Relationships Aren’t Everything” will be released in September. He hopes to combine visual art elements along with the mixtape. In the future, he hopes to continue making music and dabble in the film industry with his writing and  visually creative skills. He’s definitely one to watch. Following his lucrative RCA partnership and Roc Nation management deal earlier this year, rapper Maxo Kream released his major label debut “Brandon Banks”, named after his father, on Friday. The project includes the tracks “Meet Again”, “She Live” and “Still.” Maxo will head out on a headlining tour to support the album this fall. The Brandon Banks Tour will begin on Oct. 16 at the Parish at the House of Blues. The North American trek will also make stops in Houston, Dallas, Washington, DC, Philadelphia, Boston, Denver, San Francisco and more. Check the tour out when it comes to your area.