Photos: Austin Brown Performs at BET Music Matters in NYC

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Tuesday night, Austin Brown made his performance debut in New York City for BET Music Matters showcase at Santos Party House. The ‘backpack kid’ himself was introduced by soul singer Charles Perry, who got the crowd hype. The LA native stormed the stage, with his wild dance moves, backed by his full band, they wasted no time getting the house rockin.

Austin introduced himself for the very first time to many in the crowd, as he showed off his multiple performance talents, and guitar skills. Though the set was fairly short, it was easily his latest single, the hand-clap, fast paced jam, “Menage a Trois,” which had the building shaking. Earlier in the day Brown introduced the music video on BET’s ‘106 & Park’ along with his new manager Jermaine Dupri.

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3 Comments
  1. Tiff 6 years ago

    I wish Austin Brown the best I’m glad you hear he had a good performance last night

  2. D.A. 6 years ago

    I’m glad that he is able to prove himself without feeling like he has to fall back on his royal family. I see a bright future for him as long as he continues to grind and create some dope music. I’ve liked just about every song he’s put out on his website and I’m excited for his next project whether it be a mixtape, EP or an album.

  3. Nindy Hunt 6 years ago

    Austin, is amazing to watch! I love his style, he is his own man. I love how he mixes the old with the new. He has created a sound all his own. His dance moves are incredible, he makes you want to get up and move with him. I love that he is doing this all on his own and not relying on the family to get him some place. That shows great character and the best determination of any other young artist out there today. I see him being around a long time. He has the makings of a legend. Keep your eye on this one, he’s got the “IT” thing!

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