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At just 22-years-old, songwriter/producer Twiss is carving his own path in the music industry. Signed to Hudson Records thru Swagg Boy Records, the former member of the ET6 Boys is prepping to become the industry’s next sensation as he preps his debut album to be released in Summer of 2013. The buzz single “The Thrill Is Gone” demonstrated Twiss will be one of the industry’s brightest stars of the year. In fact, once successful NBA star heard his music and saw his passion, he jumped at the opportunity to bring the budding star to Hudson Records/Jive Records. Not resting on the success of The Thrill is Gone, Twiss released the mixtape “Game Time (1st Quarter)” and followed it up with 8 More Mixtapes After. Twiss used these mixtapes as a platform to display the necessary lyrical skills and musical talent to prove he’s much more than a artist . The talented artist also produces many of his records. These are production skills Twiss began honing as a 10 year old where he first learned how to operate equipment to create his diverse and refreshing sound. While “The Thrill Is Gone” is a certified Industry hit, Twiss will bring a blend of styles to his full-length album. He has a very specific vision, even if he can’t fully convey it just yet. “I’m producing my own stuff for this project, but taking in from other producers as well,” he explains. “When I get in the studio and get ready to make tracks, it’s already there… I can hear it and visualize it before I even get to the studio. So it’s like when I touch the keyboard I already know what’s gonna come out.” Twiss prefers the life of a solo artist over being in a group, and he’s ready to accept responsibility for his work, and for his generation. “Everything changes every day, and Hip-Hop is changing. Everything that’s coming out now represents what us Artists do. You’ll see a lot of people coming in real young that can’t rap, produce, sing and do other types of music and make it sound good. What separates me from the other artists is I just make everything sound good.