Reno, Nevada (PRWEB) April 20, 2012
Carter Management, LLC first solo artist; 22-year-old Autumn, wasn’t into scheduling weekend dates with boys on her cell phone like most ordinary girls when she was in high school. Instead, she was penning lyrics and recording melodies in hopes of one day being heard on a national podium.
Now, Autumn’s own lyrics and melodies will finally be heard as the vocal prowess on the Newly schedule release single 911 co-written by herself and song writer, Dalvin DeGrate, of former multi-platinum selling R&B group Jodeci and producer SL, whose music has been used by Def Jam, BET, MTV, HBO, and CW’s internationally syndicated show, Melrose Place.
Even at the tender age of four, Autumn instinctively knew what she wanted do after watching her favorite musical movie, Annie. She recalls begging her mother to put her into the play; “I wanted so desperately to be in the movie Annie. So my mother found a school where I could audition for the part and I landed it,” She says. “As soon as I took to the stage, I knew that was where I wanted to be.”
And since then it has never stopped. Autumn has experienced the industry like a retired veteran, working with producers such as: Donald Parks and Ezekiel Lewis who have produced and penned hits for artists such as: Pink, Brittany Spears, Toni Braxton as well as Benedetto Caccavale, who produced tracks for Maxwell and Justin Timberlake . She has vocally trained with Usher’s and Mariah Carey’s former vocal coach, Robin Brown. She sang at the Apollo in New York at 13 and again at Live In Hollywood when she was 14.
But after working with many producers and song writers, Autumn started opting for the ink pen herself and began formulating lyrics to the melodies in her head, “I wanted to have my own sound. I wanted to have songs that were more natural so I could tell a story from my point of view.” Currently working with industry producer and songwriter Chris Dixon of Cliffhanger Records, and legendary singer/songwriter Joey Diggs, Autumn is able to belt out the music that is within her soul. “I Love BIG Songs” and I know working with these music veterans I have the freedom to deliver beautiful music that lives in me and I’m ready to share it with the world.
Autumn knew her diligence in song writing had paid off when she co-wrote 911 with Dalvin DeGrate, who is now starting his solo career. Honored and ecstatic she is now one step closer to fulfilling her long-term goals she explains:
“I want my music to last for decades—I want to give people memories that will last for a life time. I want to leave a mark in the industry, a mark that says Autumn was here.”