With a background as both a songwriter, producer, and video director; Chas Bronxson is taking these skills and training up and coming generations to make compelling new music with galvanizing messages and to respect the works of music's early pioneers. 
Considered a musical prodigy himself, from interning for PolyGram records as a teen to placing 1st in the John Lennon songwriting contest for R&B in 1999. Once he won a publishing contract from EMI, Bronxson proved early in life that he was on a progressive track with his talent.

Chas B joins Chuck D's Rapstation Network family as an on-air personality for their newly launched station Anthem Tongue Radio. Bringing music facts and perspectives on our greatest recording artists, Chas delivers radio content that goes well beyond Black History. 

Bronxson's single and video releases include songs made for the debut of his Group H.U.G.S. album which includes the title track paying tribute to all the R&B groups from the 1940's-2000's-offering Bronxson's dexterous vocal arrangements into 5-second clips of numerous group's songs.
The single, "Group H.U.G.S." reached #8 on the DRT Top 150 Independent Chart and #53 on the Global Top 200. Meanwhile the track, "R.I.P." (Radio's Incomparable Personalities) written as a Group H.U.G.S. Part 2; pays homage to disc jockeys and on-air personalities (a dead art form, hence R.I.P.).
As well, offering impactful information under brilliantly composed rhymes and harmonies; P.R.E.T.EX.T. hits hard on the topic of the appropriation of Black music by white artists.
In the media, Bronxson has appeared on author Audrey Chapman's radio show at Howard University's WHUR in 2003. In 2005, he was featured on The Michael Baisden Show with his music video entitled "Let Daddy Explain" as the topic of discussion.
Within two years, he was back on Baisden's TV Show as a commentator in a Q&A with actor Malik Yoba. Bronxson also produced 19 songs for Baisden's as-yet-unreleased, The Maintenance Man movie. That same year, he took his writer/editor talents to the world of print publishing while editing an edition of Don Diva Magazine. In 2017, Bronxson co-produced the Tariq Nasheed documentary entitled, 1804, about the Haitian Revolution (on Amazon) and was also launching in his music label's newest projects. 

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