Brandon Coleman (March 26, 2000 - ) is an American pop recording artist, songwriter, and producer from California's Bay Area. Entirely independent, Coleman is most known for his singles "Swervin, Road Trip, and Y.Y.C. I'm Fly." Throughout many of the songs on his essential album ‘Champagne,’ Brandon Coleman establishes himself as a skillful solo artist who never fails to take his craft seriously. Coleman struggled with the difficulties many independent artists breaking into the industry experience, excluding his testimony of living homeless in a car after high school for two years. Despite this, he continues to focus his passion on methodically building a catalog of undeniable ‘best life’ anthems that can accommodate a wide array of musical tastes.
Brandon has written records for numerous underground artists, and produced many unsigned musicians including himself going on 7 years now, recently stepping down from running an independent record label in the Bay Area to fully pursue music as an artist. Coleman signed a distribution deal with RockNation in 2021, and his top music videos have around 300k and 60k views on YouTube. With features on WorldstarHiphop, Vevo, and placements on commercial radio, Coleman has also performed at some notable venues including North Carolina's Lincoln Theatre, MGM Grand in Las Vegas, and Bay Area's BAL Theater. Arguably Coleman's biggest record "Road Trip" has been placed in multiple television shows overseas and internationally.
Today, Brandon has left RockNation in order to explore new opportunities and increase the chances of obtaining a better deal. This includes partnering with rising music platform ISINA Music Group, run by multi-Grammy award winning record producer Walter Afanasieff, and featuring notable R&B artist Derek King on his latest release "Faded." Donating all the proceeds from his biggest record to Future Dreamers and Achievers, and providing scholarships to kids around the nation, Brandon prides himself in having fun creating good music, and giving back.