"Baby Brother" Song By Allen Watty
Watch the music video below, and be prepared to be blown away:
"Baby Brother," performed by Allen Watty, is an R&B/pop song that tells a sad, often untold story of parents who have to deal with their children in jail. It's a very emotional song with compelling lyrics, and everybody loves this track!
Allen's goal is to be a successful independent artist with his own independent record label to bring back more positive and high quality music... but it takes funds to do this!
Ultimately, his goal as an indie artist is to raise about $50,000 to help get the song played and promoted on major record stations across the country.
Why Allen needs your help
With your help, the funds raised will be exclusively used to launch an extensive marketing and promotional campaign to bring back music you can feel.
It's time to bring back real, clean and authentic R&B/soul music, not the music out today that is full of explicit and suggestive lyrics!
Allen is very grateful for all support received, not only to market the song "Baby Brother," but also to bring awareness to a real issue that affects hundreds of thousands of families in the United States.
Download "Baby Brother" now for only $0.99 onto your smart phone or tablet:
About Allen Watty
Allen Watty was born and raised in Baltimore, MD. He started singing at the early age of five. It was then while playing in a room that his grandmother heard him singing at the top of his lungs. He would often put on a show for her and some of her neighborhood friends. His grandma’s favorite request was “Ain’t No Sunshine When She’s Gone.”
It was not until his senior year in high school that he even thought about pursuing a singing career. He sang in the school talent show... and the rest is history. It was at that time he knew he had a special gift.
Allen is known around the Baltimore area as the singing Elevator technician. His style of Old School crooning could often be heard resonating throughout the elevator shaft. People would be drawn to the melodic sound and would coming looking to see who it was.
For more details about Allen Watty and his music, visit www.allenwattymusic.com