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This Is Me’ is snapshot of an experience Shwain had with an ex partner who was no longer right for him. It’s him realising he HAD to move on regardless of how good it USED to be or his ex not wanting to let him go. ‘This Is Me’ fittingly represents growth and moving forward.Read More...
Adamant on ensuring he could deliver on all fronts Shwain began dancing; street, popping and locking and fell love with performance and entertaining at 14 and started developing his studio technique going to studios to sing backing vocals and layouts.
At 15 Shwain performed and came a distinct first at a talent show and was picked up and managed by Patrick Spence of O.G Records. At O.G Records Shwain constantly worked on enhancing and perfecting his craft for the next two years gaining ample experience in vocal delivery and connecting with the crowd through competitions, night clubs shows and most memorably in Harrow Girls School to an audience of over 700 screaming students in 2003 and had the whole auditorium singing his hooks back at him.
Shwain’s voice has attracted the attention of all who can rightly hear and has kicked open doors for sessions with JD (a.k.a ‘Dready’ from So Solid / Relentless Records) for which three tracks were recorded and further drew Warner Bro’s to court him for an exclusive two album deal, which was decided against as it would have meant he would have had to drop out of education.
Destiny has prevailed and Shwain has since found a home at G-Way Records where work has already begun on his debut album (title t.b.c).
Top SongsTotal plays on Last.fm over the last 6 months
- This Is Me - 751 plays
- Why (Cant I Let Her Go) - 191 plays
- 'This Is Me' - 145 plays
- This Is Me (dirty south ) Remix - 91 plays
- Beautiful - 151 plays
- Missing You - 216 plays
- Turn The Lights Down Low - 148 plays
- Miss You So Much - 72 plays
- Dont Wanna - 55 plays
- I Dont Wann Be The One - 39 plays