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• QUICK BIO: Two brothers from Tampa Florida with a unique style of music that can be described as a hybrid of POP, R&B and RAP. Apart from singing, they are seasoned songwriters, musicians and dancer
12/16/2017 10:01:28 AM
3Dimensional
Tampa FL - United States
•  Pop [Rap]

• INFLUENCES: Justin Bieber, Chris Brown, Back Street Boys



• MEMBER(S):
Coleton Pickett-Guitar , vocals
Logen Pickett-Vocals , Rap


• CONTACT INFO:
Willie Stewart
entertainmentmajeur@gmail.com
678-382-4033 (c)
813-591-6131 (h)
678-382-4033

www.3dimensionalmusic.com/

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• BIO:
It escapes the imagination that many of the top artists listened to worldwide come from Florida. R&B/pop singer Ariana Grande, bro-country duo Florida Georgia Line, rapper DJ Khaled, Backstreet Boys, N'Sync, and O-Town, all chart topping artists and the list goes on.

The music industry undercurrents are stirring again with the phenomenal brother duo, Coleton and Logen Pickett, known as 3Dimensional. They bring a hybrid form of POP, R&B, and RAP skills capable of wowing any crowd. In addition, they are excellent songwriters, musicians and dancers. Their debut single Netflicks & Chill has garnered 1.7 million YouTube views and continues to gain momentum across all of social media.

This resulted in 3DIMENSIONAL being discovered by Amazon Best Selling author Willie Stewart and signing them to his management company 2MCH4YA Global Entertainment. They are currently working with multi-platinum producer and film-maker Andrew Lane to promote and develop their image and sound. Lane has worked with artists such as Backstreet Boys and Irene Cara. As a producer and songwriter, Lane has received gold and platinum accreditations for his work with R&B artists Speech, Keith Sweat, and Alsou. He also worked on the platinum-accredited records High School Musical, Hannah Montana, Disneymania 4, and Manny Fresh. They have also signed a non-exclusive deal with booking agency Notebook Entertainment who represents clients such as Tito Jackson, Kool and the Gang, Preston Glass, and Voices of Glory.

A quote from a recent magazine interview: “Overall, 3DIMENSIONAL puts a contemporary spin on early-’00s mainstream boy band driven pop by avoiding the kind of self-pity, hopelessness, and misogyny that sometimes dogged that nascent scene. More importantly, “Netflicks & Chill” obviously condescends to what would be the band’s core audience of young female fans, but it also feels directed to wider a listenership of both sexes, who have the same relationship dilemmas – a reassurance that the band is prepared to challenge itself musically, precisely because it respects the intelligence and curiosity of all of its followers. That’s no small gesture—and to fans, it could absolutely mean the world.”

3Dimensional is passionate about helping people with disabilities but in particular, our disabled veterans. They have two grandparents and many family members who served in the United States military and their manager, Willie Stewart is also a disabled American veteran. They are starting an awareness campaign for a phenomenal service for American veterans. New Horizons Service Dogs Inc. is a nonprofit corporation out of Florida founded in 1995. Since then it has become an industry leader for the breeding and training of service dogs to assist people with mobility disabilities. Disabled veterans greatly benefit from this program and the veterans do not have to pay for the service dog. However, it takes roughly $25,000 to breed and train each of these beautiful dogs prior to getting them to a veteran and they can greatly benefit from your donations. So, 3Dimensional is using their newfound celebrity to create awareness of the New Horizon Service Dog program so that generous people can donate and help the men and women who serve this country faithfully, and become disabled, to get a service dog to help with mobility issues.

Pay attention or you may miss “The Rise of 3Dimensional.”

“Don’t Blink.”