Asher Monroe Releases his Inner Warrior.

Singer-songwriter and producer Asher Monroe has released his debut solo album, Inner Warrior.

 Asher was the lead singer of the pop R&B boy band V Factory, which also featured  Jared Murillo ( High School Musical, Strictly Come Dancing), Nick “Nicky T” Teti ( Dance Quest Crew), Nathaniel Flatt  and Wesley Quinn who released their first Top 40 single “Love Struck” in 2009  under Warner Bro’s records, they were managed by the late Tommy Page.

During their time together, V Factory shared the stage with notable artists such as Kelly Clarkson and Pitbull.

In 2010 Asher starred in the remake of Fame.

In 2011 Asher released his first solo video Like I Do.

Asher officially signed to independent music label D Empire Entertainmentowned by global activist and entrepreneur Diana Jenkins.

Here With You”  and “Hush Hush” the former produced by One Republic frontman Ryan Tedder. Both tracks quickly broke the Top 10 on the Billboard Dance Charts.

Inner Warrior” is Asher’s first project that is all him – his vocals, his production, and his own concept. He wanted an album which was personal to him, that he could fully connect with.

“I wanted to finally put out an album with my full imprint on it,” says Asher. “I have so many songs in my library that the world hasn’t heard yet. I’m a Virgo, so I’m a perfectionist, to say the least. I felt it was finally time to let the songs that I was emotionally attached to the most out into the world. Lyrically and sonically, I am very proud of this album. This is only the beginning chapter.”

Inner Warrior is out now.

 

 

 

 

 

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Written by Kelly McFarland

I write a bit, use social media a lot, have a passion for black and white photography and drink way too much Ice Tea.