By Kevin Unitt 08/03 Updated: 08/03 09:27
A MUSIC producer and promoter from Leamington who has worked with the likes of Lemar and Simon Webbe has decided to step out into the spotlight and release his own record.
Reece Nagra, a former Myton School student who went on to study music at Coventry School of Performing Arts, has been a producer for more than a decade, ghost writing hits for a host of chart artists and promoting a wide variety of people from Shola Ama and Jason Donovan to Jodie Marsh and DJ Tim Westwood.
He has now used the experience to launch his own label - Babycamp Records – and is set to release a first single called 'Stars In Heaven' along with a music video on April 1.
Reece, who lives off Rugby Road, said: “A lot of people have known me as a promoter and don’t know I’ve produced a lot of big tracks for some very well known artists.
“I just thought it’s about time to put my name on the map and put the ghost writing to the side.
“My musical genre is mainly RnB, pop, hip hop and dance but it varies. I’m very versatile and create what the artist wants, play most instruments and have now started to even sing and rap over some of my new tracks.”
Reece has also made his first signing to the label, ten-year-old actor and singer Tyriek Clement, whose debut single Shine The Light he will produce.
Ambitious Reece explained: “He's going to be one to watch out for.
“As music goes I’ve a have gained a lot of experience and am going to put Babycamp Records on the map, from music production to music publishing and artist branding and development.
“We're going to go global.”
Visit www.r33ce.com or www.babycamprecords.com for more information.
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