Emerging R&B superstar is a hit making machine and he’s back with another dope upcoming track for fans titled, “Strung Out.”
Pierre McKinney Jr is the Milwaukee, Wisconsin native raised in the city of Memphis Tennessee. Coming up he held a deep connection to music after discovering talented artists that built their careers in the golden era of the 90s. Pierre saw himself in these artists and put in hours perfecting his own style and sound. Once attaining his own voice, he adopted the stage name J Royale suggested by the promoter/event coordinator who was his first supporter in the music industry.
That one foot in the door was all it took for J Royale to take off. With his big homie Trent James (https://www.instagram.com/thetrentjames/) assisting in his success, J Royale’s career grew, so did his vision. Moving to Indiana, he expanded his expertise into the field of CEO, launching his own label “Royale Nation” along with his “Fearless Entertainment” empire. This move opened the doors for building quality relationships in the Midwest to give rise to a cohesive RnB wave into the future. J Royale was climbing the artist ladder, surpassing 50K streams on Spotify and performing on some of the biggest stages among mainstream acts like Morray, Moneybagg Yo, Moneymu, Naughty By Nature, and Pooh Sheisty.
J Royale’s music held something special. His blend of RnB and hip hop could create a chill atmosphere for male listeners and control his female fanbase on the dancefloor. Fans couldn’t get enough, and J Royale was more than willing to supply more heat. He dropped several projects under his label Royale Nation, including the singles “Holiday Love,” “Over Me” and his 2nd EP, “Nightcap Lullabies.” Collectively, they have seen a major boost in his streaming figures online as fans delved into every release. While fans were on a high off his projects, J Royale went back to the lab to whip up another banger. His upcoming single, “Strung Out” will arrive on April 2nd, 2022.
Join J Royale’s growing list of followers online and learn more about his music via releases across streaming platforms.
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