Solomon, openly gay singer, songwriter and rapper, is releasing his latest single, "Life Goes On..." via his label, SolRay Records.
Written and co-produced by Solomon, "Life Goes On..." with a Radio Edit, Extended Mix and digital booklet will be available May 29th on iTunes, Amazon.com and music retailers worldwide. A performance for lucky New York City fans is also scheduled for the late evening of Friday, June 8th at 'The Ritz.'
2011 saw Solomon debut on LOGO's NewNowNext PopLab with his music video "Wit Us U Can't..." featuring rapper Bry'Nt in addition to a summer tour opening up for Deborah Cox, a cover of Bent Magazine, his California anthem "West Coast !$#" infiltrating dance floors with remixes by Jason Nevins and Digital Dog, a well received cover ofRobyn's "Dancing On My Own" and more. But more importantly than achieving independent success, the singer strives to be a voice for LGBT youth.
Starting out in early 2008 as an openly gay rapper and singer, Solomon was quickly invited on Eminem's Sirius/XMShade45 morning show and he continues to speak openly about his sexuality. The singer has since amassed a large internet following of fans he refers to as 'Love Rockers.' "It's important that I am forever honest with my Love Rockers," Solomon states. "I didn't have anyone to look up to when I was 12 and 14, so I feel like I have an inherent responsibility to be their voice - to assure them that we're pretty dope and that it's cool to be you."
As his star continues to rise, Solomon continues to impress peers and press alike with his unique sound and noble ambitions to provide a positive role model for gay youth. For more information on Solomon, please visitwww.solomon-music.com