About

Morgan “Mo” Brown was born in Los Angeles, CA. He began his career in the music industry at age 11. At that age he was being developed as an artist by No Limit co-founder Carlos Stephens (Snoop Dogg, Master P, lil Romeo).

 

In his early teenage years he joined a band as lead singer, and began collaborating on the music with legendary Swedish songwriter Andreas Carlsson (Backstreet Boys, Britney Spears, Katy Perry). It was under Andreas’s tutorship that Mo truly fell in love with pop music and specifically toplining. Throughout his high school years Mo was in and out of the studio working on his craft and realized songwriting meant more to him than being in the spot light.

 

Mo was invited to a songwriting camp put on by songwriter Jean Baptiste (Black Eyed Peas, Chris Brown, Rihanna) where he met songwriters such as Anita McCloud (usher).

 

A few months later Mo while doing a session with Harold Lilly (Alicia Keys), Mo was introduced to super producer Soulshock (Pitbull, JoJo, Whitney Houston, 2pac). Soulshock and Mo formed a close bond, and under Soulshock’s wing, Mo began flourishing in the studio. Together they worked on projects for LEGO and Fridays penning and vocal producing “Girlz” for L2M, Nico and Vinz, and Aston Merrygold, and many other. Mo was a key writer on Emblem3 ‘s “Waking Up” album, specifically the record “City Lights” which was featured on ABCs “Dr. Ken”. As years went on Mo began working with top writers and producers such as Poo Bear (Justin Bieber), Nikki Williams (Demi Lovato, Lauren Alena), Rice n Peas (Bazzi) and the list goes on.

 

In 2017, following the death of both of his parents, one to cancer and one to addiction, Mo made a big move from his native LA to Nashville. While battling his own mental health issues Mo took a break from music to focus on himself. He is now an advocate for mental health and works close with the Opioid Awareness Foundation, with over two years of sobriety and counting.

In 2018, Mo became the host of "Counter Talk." A talk radio show on the Yo Radio platform's channel Counter Culture Radio. He then transitioned into doing a morning show called "The Commute." Mo has interviewed celebrities such as Twinnie, Grant Landis, Dave From Dopey, Eddie Island, Kennis Clarke, Dale Godboldo, Yaz Abeydeera, Julia Eringer, Leah Kate, Elaine Scott and many more. In late 2020 due to COVID-19 live shows were suspended.  

 

Since being in Nashville Mo has found his musical voice again. He joined LitteBig Management's roster, and has worked with the likes of Jeff Cohen (P!nk, Lady A), Steve Diamond (Orianthi, Brooks and Dunn), Jordan James, Brad Crisler (Rascall Flatts, Kenny Chesney, Brett Eldridge). In 2020, after finding a great synergy in the studio Morgan formed Terrible Children Music with longtime collaborator Alex Angelo, Cooper Bascom, Zach Seabolt and Nikki Williams. Mo also has plans to return to the radio in 2021. 

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