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One of his earliest joint-effort releases, 2007’s “Future Music” alongside Daru Jones (who is now the drummer for Jack White of The White Stripes), marked an extraordinary preview of the collaborations that Reggie was capable of. Reebok, Mercedes Benz and Mountain Dew’s Green Label Sound imprint took notice and have all featured Reggie’s music through their respective promotional campaigns and compilations.
Further album releases followed including the lush grooves of 2007’s “Go” LP, 2009’s all-instrumental “Musical Joyride” and “Get Down With Me” albums and 2010’s joint album with Miles Bonny, “Doin Our Thang“. His forth solo album “The Traveler” introduced him to an even larger audience, leading to collaborations with international industry heavyweights including Dam-Funk, Marco Polo, Onra, Star Slinger, Diplo and Juicy J. He released his 2013 album "DNA" with Tokyo Dawn Records, based in Germany and followed up with his 2015 album "Soulofunkaquarian" released with INnatesounds.
His much anticipated new album is scheduled to release late 2022.
Reggie B began playing multiple instruments at the age of four. When he was fourteen he was composing, recording, and performing his group called Vision. He participated in Jazz Workshops at Washburn University and won a student scholarship to go on to the statewide jazz workshop at Emporia State University. He also took part in the Jazz Workshop at the Berkeley School of Music in Los Angeles.
He later moved to Dallas, TX where he rocked many local spots including The Steve Harvey Comedy Club, where he was part of the house band.
He has since played several major venues as a solo act in Los, Angeles, New York, London, and Paris. In 2015, Reggie B was featured on a global tour with Todd Rundgren as the keyboardist and opening act.
Reggie B isn’t your typical one-man show, nor is what he creates quantifiable in any fashion. He is a powerhouse with the ability to produce instrumentals with orchestral sounds that rival the sound of any live production or band. The raw soul and raconteur’s rhythm that permeate the ever-evolving fulfillment of what he describes as “future music” has roots in his love for artists such as Prince, Frank Zappa, and Stevie Wonder.
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