Chase Aaron

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Chase Aaron was born December 12, 1993, Aaron Christopher Chase Johnson. Since a toddler Chase was around talented vocalists and musicians throughout the family. One of which was a well known blues guitarist by the name of Larry Johnson. Chase's grandmother, Deborah Winn would sing in clubs and bars throughout the Los Angeles area long before he was thought of. His mother, Tameeka Johnson sang in Fort Mission's church choir and enjoys covering such artists as Anita Baker up to Jasmine Sullivan to this day. With such examples around him everyday of his life, it would seem Chase's destiny was to become a musician. He started young, about the age of eight, on an electronic drum set he had gotten for Christmas. From that moment, he took music and ran with it. He then went from the drums to the guitar, to the clarinet, to the piano. It wasn't until his freshmen year of high school when he decided to take singing seriously. He would practice alone where no one could hear for a whole year until his sophomore year, when he decided to join the Rancho Verde Crimson and Black Chamber Singers. It was then that his potential was forcibly, yet willingly pulled out of him. His director and mentor Kelli Dower, along with her team of talented musicians Daniel Scott and Greg Nabours helped tone and shape the craft that would lead Chase in the direction of a bright future. Now, Chase has graduated high school and attends Full Sail University in Orlando, Florida to obtain a degree in the recording arts. While there, he continues his goal to be heard and have his presence acknowledged by the greats of the music industry. INFO Abstract Creativity was founded by four high school students who shared a common goal of getting heard and gaining recognition for their ability and Chase was one of those individual​s. "We all have our strong points and where one may be weak, another picks up and strengthens us in that area." says Chase. While certain circumstances called for him to "do his own thing", Chase still keeps the team in mind and in his plans of the future. "We all know what we want. We just all have a different way of going and getting it. I see it as amazing race where everybody wins regardless. If I make it my way, we all make it. If someone else in the team makes it first, we still all made it. It's just the way we are." he says. Abstract Creativity Entertainment (ACEFAM) is not to be mistaken for a record label as it is a group collective. Chase is also a member and affiliate of other groups and organizations in the Southern California area. Since high school he had been a producer and member of the Gully Squad, a group/collective from the Inland Empire consisting of many artists and athletes predominately in the Moreno Valley area. Chase also has and continues to work with the Sly Squad, which is also a trio of "The coolest guys you'll ever meet", as put by Chase. Recently Chase has teamed up with the Scene Changers, a company also from the Inland Empire consisting of producers, artists and promoters. Chase also has featured and produced for JReal da Realest, a West Coast artist with major credits under his belt such as SchoolboyQ, ChinoXL, Omar Gooding, etc.. As time progresses, Chase only gets better. Did we mention, he's only 19?


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