Red Bandit veteran Recording Artist in 1990 signed to Motown Records. Bandit's first major release was the the Album “Cool Lover Boy” with the HIT Single and Video “Please don’t cry” featuring Ricky Bell of New Edition and Bell Biv Devoe.
In 1994 Bandit signed to London/Island and released a video & single "All Men Are Dogs" Produced by Sean "P. Diddy" Combs feat. Faith Evans. The remix "9 Dog Mc's featured: Macwell, Snaggupus, Positive K, Raggedy man, Pudgee Tha Phat Bastard, Grand Daddy I.U., Grand Puba & The Notorious B.I.G.
After coming off tour in 1996, Bandit started and opened a Mix-Tape Empire Downtown Brooklyn called "On Da Lo" in the infamous Albee Square Mall. I was then SHUT DOWN do to Mayor Bloomberg wanting to revitalize Downtown Brooklyn. In the year 2000 Bandit opened Three Independent Sound scan Music & Book Stores in Brooklyn, New York (Music on Myrtle on Myrtle Avenue and Vanderbilt in Fort Greene / Clinton Hill, Brooklyn MVP in Crown Heights on Nostrand Avenue and Brooklyn MVP 2 on Bedford Avenue down the block from Medgar Evers College).
After experiencing the trials and tribulations of the music industry for many years, Bandit created Nighthawks Entertainment Group, Inc (NEG). This company was created for Marketing, Promotion, Exposure services for unsigned artists.
Later Bandit ventured into Television & Film.
In 1997, Bandit created and Produced Lookin’ For A Deal’ TV Show (LFAD). Bandit's vision was to create a forum for artists to Advertise their talents and be showcased at various nightclubs to enhances an artist’s chance of getting a record deal, distribution deal or selling their music. LFAD aired on the WB in 200 cities for 13-weeks from 1998-2003.
In 2004, Bandit decided to venture into the World of REAL ESTATE & MORTGAGES. Bandit also consulted clients in secure investments to fund commercial developments. Bandit donates to Humanitarian Projects and runs my own Non-Profit Organization called "Worldwide Youth Education, Inc.
I was blessed to do dozens of Real Estate Acquisitions.
The Real Estate market started going bad and Bandit began to lose equity and income.
Bandit took a major beating.
Jan 2008, Bandit ventured into being a relationship manager for investors.
Bandit's entry into writing and producing Television shows for production companies and shopping film projects for funding through Bandit's consulting company JB Capital Group, LLC.
Bandit's production company and business partner and best friend Shareef Islam did the music on the Pilot with "Daryl "Chill" Mitchell and Michael Strahan on Fox called "BROTHERS".
SLOW year. Bandit got into legal Trouble...
Worked on TV, Film and Stage Play Deals.
Bandit moved Back to New York City to rebuild his roots in the music industry.
Bandit re-opened his Nighthawks Production company. Gathered all his songwriters and producers. His team is back in the studio creating great music. The first project is the new Red Bandit album "Back From Vacation".
Bandit has started his own record label called "BROOKLYN MVP".
Presently he has released two new singles which is available on iTunes & Google Play.
He also released an album for his fans called "SONGS U NEVA HEARD"
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