Brandon Trevon, No Height Is Too High


Raised in single parent house where he experienced family struggles, Brandon Trevon knew from an early age that he wanted to make a difference with his gift. Born in Chicago, Illinois on September 26, 1987 and settled in Minneapolis, Minnesota, his interest in music began before he could walk and by the time he was 4 he was dancing and singing at family gatherings. Once in Minneapolis Brandon joined the prestigious Metropolitan Boys Choir where he traveled and performed at numerous venues including the prominent Orchestra Hall. By the time he began his adolescence he was an experienced performer and was accepted into the John Robert Powers Performing Arts School. He rounded off his teen years by continuing to write and perform, as well as work with youths to develop their artistic talents in a program named We Are Hip Hop.

With the acting bug itching in 2011, Brandon co-starred in a reoccurring role as Deacon for a theater production titled The Devil Didn’t Raise Me that didn’t disappoint bringing audiences to tears with his hilarious and rambunctious antics that opened with rave reviews. His subsequent role as Javon for the production You’re Gonna Miss Me When I’m Gone opened in September 2013 in Minneapolis and in Denver, Colorado in November 2013. The production has gained notoriety from eager fans in Chicago, Mississippi, and Nebraska. Brandon also was a part of the prestigious ensemble of 3x Grammy Award winning Sounds of Blackness’ ‘Twas The Night Before Christmas at the renowned Guthrie Theater.

Now relocated to the east coast, Brandon is continuing to build he fan base, writing, and executing a plan for an indie album project that he’s excited to complete. With such a strong presence he’s seeking to inspire and influence many with his styling of mainstream Pop with a flare of R&B/Soul. There isn’t any height this young talented artist isn’t afraid of reaching, so be on the lookout for Brandon Trevon.




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