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BSlade: Singer. Songwriter. Producer. Actor. CEO. Visionary. Philanthropist. Imagineer. 3 Time Grammy Nominated B. Slade has released several hundred songs on over 30 albums over a span of over 20 years, while producing several others in various genres. He has won 7 Stellar Awards and a GMA Award. He has released 15 albums (not including mixtapes, compilations and a live album) in the past 7 years at breakneck speed, all the while writing and producing for other artists and further extending his catalogue. B.Slade's first starring role in a motion picture was in September 2014 in the film "Anything For Wifey", directed by KJ Anderson. His stint in 2016 as “Stacks” on “For The Record: Scorsese” at the Wallis Annenberg Center for the Performing Arts in Beverly Hills garnered critical acclaim and helped the musical win 6 BroadwayWorld Los Angeles awards, including “Best Musical”. In television and film, he wrote & produced the songs for the hit Paramount TV Show "One on One", "Off We Go" (featured on Sony Pictures' J-Lo/Ben Affleck film "Gigli"), music for HBO Films' "Prison Song" starring Q-Tip and Mary J. Blige, and produced a song for the BET Films original movie "The Walk". His track "The Good Song 2005" was included on the soundtrack of the movie "XXX: State Of The Union" starring Ice Cube. Having scored the music for the 2012 NAACP Image Awards, he has also penned the theme song and incidental music for the OWN Network TV Series "Flex & Shanice", starring husband and wife Flex Alexander & Shanice Wilson, as well as writing and co-producing Shanice's songs which appeared on the series, "Gotta Blame Me" and "We Can Fly", which also features B.Slade on co-lead vocals. B.Slade later directed (with Logan Alexander) and choreographed the music video for "Gotta Blame Me". Also a highly sought-after songwriter and producer, he has written or produced for some of the biggest artists in the industry including Chaka Khan (“I Love Myself”), Sheila E. ("Fiesta"), Faith Evans ("Paradise"), and Angie Fisher, for which he wrote and co-produced her 2014 debut smash hit single, "I.R.S.", which helped garner Ms. Fisher’s first Grammy Nomination and B.Slade’s 3rd. He also co-wrote several songs on Elijah Blake's Def Jam debut LP, including the smash hit "I Just Wanna..." and its title track, "Shadows & Diamonds", as well as being featured prominently on several songs on background vocal arrangements. B.Slade also co-wrote and co-produced actress & singer Tisha Campbell-Martin's single, "Steel Here", which has received over 1,000,000 music video plays on YouTube. He is credited for closely working on the entirety of Mrs. Campbell-Martin's upcoming album release. Along with these artists, B.Slade was instrumental in creating legendary singer Chaka Khan's 2017 single from her own imprint, iKahn Sounds. "I Love Myself" (written & produced by B.Slade), was the lead single to introduce the world to Chaka's own label, and was featured on the final season of Netflix's hit show "The Get Down". More recently, he was featured as a guest vocalist and songwriter/producer on Snoop Dogg’s upcoming gospel album, “Bible Of Love”, whose lead single, “Words Are Few” was written and produced by Mr. Slade. His upcoming self-titled mainstream album is set to solidify him as an entertainment force to be reckoned with, collaborating with Robert 'Sput' Searight‘s RSVP Records/Ropeadope for a widespread multimedia campaign that will include multiple album release parties and an upcoming tour.