Today we’d like to introduce you to MylesBigDeal Brown. Him and his team share his story with us below.
Please kick things off with some background the story.
MylesBigDealBrown was born and raised in Los Angeles, California. He’s also known as DJ Big Deal, he is a rapper and dancer who has worked with artists such as Sage The Gemini and Chris Brown. He trained at the Debbie Allen Dance Academy, starting when he was five years old. He earned his first big screen credit in the 2011 film Hopelessly in June. He appeared in the 2013 documentary Mindless Behavior: All Around the World.
Great, so let’s dig a little deeper into the story – has it been an easy path overall and if not, what were the challenges you’ve had to overcome?
Being a part of the entertainment world at an early age was wonderful receiving help from my mother. Once I turned sixteen a lot of things change for me more independents, taking care of my responsibilities, handing business meeting on my own, paying bills, making sure my brand was running professionally. It was a lot of distractions once I got older, a lot of people trying to taking my focus off my overall goal in life. I lived both sizes being a regular kid and entertainment mogul so it was a big transition for me. This journey had a lot of up’s and down’s but that’s apart of life. I look at it as a message from god teaching me lessons and to make sure I learn from them an be aware when the situation happens again.
What else should we know?
MylesBigDeal is a dancer, actor, dj, rapper, entrepreneur, philanthropist. Myles is someone who you call an outsider, a rebel, a jack of all trades. Myles started designing clothes at the age of 12, creating a brand called 711pack which expanded worldwide with fan from all of the country. 711pack stands for PEEP A COOL KID, never put yourself in a box. Do what makes you happy instead of what pleases others. Life is all about having a balance, so we are young entrepreneurs inspiring kids around the globe to be who they want without fear of judgment.
What moment in your career do you look back most fondly on?
I think the proudest moment of my career is being able to have a conversation with the most talented artist in the game. An listening to the advice they give me that will only help me get to the level their on. Also being able to dream something you want and work towards that goal everyday till when that moment finally happens for you its nothing but joy & laughter because you manifest it, you knew it will come, it just wasn’t a time stamped on it. The world is yours if you believe in it!
- Website: www.711pack.com
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