Hollywood, CA (PressExposure) September 10, 2012 -- When new pop/R&B sensation Andre Mieux aka A.M.X. boasts "We Can Do Whatever" in the hook of his latest single release, he means it! Unleashing the track on the heels of his debut "You Made Me Change My Number," which featured none other than rap icon Snoop Dogg, A.M.X. spits game with the stamina of an artist hauling heat. Produced by dance track master Brian "Chazz" Padilla, "We Can Do Whatever" body slams with lyrical combustion as A.M.X. continues to pack power on his musical path to the top! With "We Can Do Whatever," A.M.X. seamlessly showcases his brilliant artistry, effortlessly fusing elements of rap, pop and house, bringing a sound that sizzles and simmers to the dance floor.
A.M.X.'s recent mixtape "Broken Halo," downloaded over 90,000 times on Coast 2 Coast Mixtapes, was another recent indication that he is an artist with a strong intention for winning. A.M.X. dropped "Broken Halo" late July, following the Snoop Dogg-laced, "You Made Me Change My Number" which was produced by the Grammy Award nominated duo "Da Internz." Sean Brown, Shorty Mack and Bizzy Bone from Bone Thugs-n-Harmony added fire to the production which showcases A.M.X.'s vocal finesse, musical muscle and clear capacity to ignite the club. Seven tracks strong, "Broken Halo," is a far departure from the A.M.X.'s classical roots however!
A classically trained pianist, musicianship rests deep within the core of A.M.X.'s heart. The West Covina, CA native has been writing, singing and dancing since he was 8 years old. By the age of 12, he was producing music with Grammy Award winning artist, Ricky Lawson of the Yellowjackets. A.M.X.'s musical gift has indeed forged a litany of accomplishments.
Outside of his quest as a solo artist and entertainer, he is also a talented songwriter and producer. His song, "Let Me Be the One" was recorded by the Korean boy band sensation SS501, he charted on Billboard's The Next Big Sound Top 25 and his musical vision provides the soundtrack for the DVD independent film release, "Wigger." In addition to his new single release, A.M.X. produced and co-wrote a song for Bobby DeBarge Jr., son of the late Robert DeBarge, entitled "One and Only." Both "We Can Do Whatever," and "One and Only" are available on iTunes.
Committed and determined to excel as a solo act, A.M.X. has been touring internationally and nationally in support of his career, opening for Boyz II Men, Joe, Ginuwine, SWV, Dru Hill and most recently R. Kelly. "I'm excited to infuse my own special style and brand into the music scene," offers A.M.X. "As a kid playing classical piano, I knew music was my life. My musical progression has taken dips and turns. To end up here though, making music with some of the hottest in the business, it is beyond a dream come true! I'm really feeling like I can do whatever right now and win!"
A.M.X. plans to continue to do 'whatever,' bombarding music fans with ammunition from his musical catalog of hits. The artist plans to shoot a video music video soon and release an E.P. in the near future. Check for the A.M.X. penned Bobby DeBarge Jr. single "One and Only," at http://itunes.apple.com/us/album/one-and-only/id556717632?i=556717696&ign-mpt=uo%3D and A.M.X's "We Can Do Whatever" at http://itunes.apple.com/us/album/we-can-do-whatever-single/id556769314.
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