Jonathan Burkett Release "Changes" Inspires
Jonathan Burkett has found in music solace from the personal storms which life had cast him, and now he has just released "Changes".
By: Jonathan Burkett
Beginning his life in Florida in an abusive household Jonathan Burkett learned early on that love was not a guarantee for any child. In an effort to protect him his grandparents brought him to live with them in Jamaica. Eventually his parents forced his return to America, but his life with them was again far from good. This led the young boy to taking to and living on the streets of Miami and Fort Lauderdale as a way to escape them. After enduring this mental and physical torment he suffered a brain aneurysm at the age of 13. Doctors would not operate because of his age, so it wasn't until he turned 19 that the invasive surgery could be performed.
Over the years Burkett turned to music as a form of therapy to help him cope with the turmoil he was surrounded with. From the reggae music of the legendary Bob Marley to the work of hip-hop icons such as 2Pac and Naz he found solace from the personal storms which life had cast him. Emulating the art forms of these early heroes he too began writing and performing songs. This would eventually pave the way to many recording sessions and "Changes" would be the result.
"Changes" has just been released. Jonathan Burkett and his label, Upstormed Records, have been working nonstop to launch his career. A North American radio and press campaign to promote and market his music is in progress. Mainstream R&B/Hip-
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