[Mixtape] T’Juan (@TJuan) – The Last Mixtape

T’Juan is the oldest of four brothers raised by a single parent mother in which he recently lost. Going down the wrong road, he dropped out of high school at the age of 16 and was a teen parent. Through a lot of adversity and wrong choices in his life he later would find the right people to guide him in the right direction, personally and spiritually. He went back to high school, worked hard to receive his diploma and is now attending Berklee College of Music. He is also a proud single custodial parent and a positive influential music artist (once hardcore underground hip hop artist) who now teaches the world what he has learned, through his music. T’Juan is currently a billboard top 30 artist on the grind and rising fast, with an extended catalog of great singles and videos ready for release.

TJuan

T’Juan is a singer with a phenomenal voice and a rapper who shares thought provoking content that is making a tremendous impact. With a refreshing new sound that people are raving about, his infectious gift is mesmerizing audiences everywhere. T’Juan is known as #MrCanGoAnywhere! No matter the venue, demographic, or nature of the event, T’Juan can capture the essence of the crowd. He has a personality that connects with everyone he comes in contact with. No matter who they are, where they’re from, he connects. Most incredibly T’Juan has dynamic music for every genre! The sonic may change, however the message remains the same, a message of hope, love, and inspiration. With a passion to make a difference, he works to inspire individuals to live their best life both on purpose and with purpose, by inspiring them to “LIVE GOOD. DIE RIGHT.” #LGDR.

T'Juan - The Last Mixtape cover

Watch “Slow Down”

Connect w/ T’juan:
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Twitter: Tjuan
Instagram: Tjuanpix
Facebook: facebook.com/Tjuanfan
Snapchat: LgdrTjuan
FREE music/More Info: http://www.Tjuan.com

About MzOnPointPromo

Amanda Goldben, more commonly known as Mz. On Point has always had a love for music, growing up in a household filled with music. Over the years she found herself more involved behind the scenes, then in the spotlight. She realized she wanted to help other obtain their dreams not just live her own.

After working in a professional office setting and capacity for over 10 years, it was time to find something new. She wanted to find something that would fully utilized her skills and abilities, while still allowing her to be not only the main provider but also caregiver for her daughter.

Almost accidentally discovering her love for music and her business skills could be used together Mz. On Point knew this was she was meant to do and began her research and networking to build not only her business and brand, but also those of the artists and clients she would be helping along the way.

In November 2012 she realized that online promotions, public relations, and brand exposure where her “nitch”, all those years of office experience and computer work were showing their true worth and potential became endless.

In a few short year she has had the privilege of working with some very influential people within the industry. In January of 2013 she began with DJ Shalamar and became a part of Team Fuego and now handles most of Southern Fuego’s social media & promotions. Attending sometimes dozens of events a month Mz. On Point quickly made a name for her brand throughout Central Florida. Being sure to attend key networking events, and conferences to not only network but more importantly to expand her knowledge of the industry and perfect the services she offers.

January 2014 Mz On Point had the privilege of becoming apart of the infamous and world renowned DJ coalition, Team Bigga Rankin & the Cool Running DJs.

May 2015 Mz On Point was honored to learn that she had been chosen to receive the Hard Hitta Award at the the 7th Annual SCM Awards which took place in Memphis, Tennessee. While she wasn’t able to make the trip to accept the award one of her mentors Bigga Rankin accepted it on her behalf.

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