Reno Ursal

Reno Ursal

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Pop - General | California, United States
Total Song Plays: 175   
Member Since: 2011
   Last Login: over 30 days ago

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I'm a songwriter / producer in the pop, dance/electronica and Christian genres. I got started deejaying at nightclubs in Detroit, Michigan while attending University of Michigan. Once I moved to California, I worked for three record labels in radio, retail and marketing promotions. I've also written songs that have been placed on albums and licensed to TV shows and indie films. The songs uploaded on Broadjam are songs I've written or produced.

Partial Credits:

Songwriter / Partner - Courageous Music (unsigned - music in development)
Executive Producer: Malyssa - Reminisce album (Rhythm Drive Records)
Executive Producer: Alvendia - Forever album (Rhythm Drive Records)
Executive Producer: DnH - Drop N Harmony album (Classified Records)
A&R Director - Operation Ground Hero compilation (Kamikaze Records)

Latest placements of songs:
2011 - "The Glades" - A&E Network (Club scene)
2009 - 13 Days of Sunshine - Film (2 songs)

Follow me on Twitter! @reno1107

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Oh, and I love basketball!


Reno Ursal posted over 30 days ago to Reno Ursal

Check out a spoken word release that I produced, available now on iTunes: 1

I'm a pop songwriter and producer, but got involved with this project with the hopes of giving back to the at-risk Filipino youth, specifically in San Jose! Originally recorded a decade ago, finally released!

Alan Smith posted over 30 days ago

I agree with Yuri, if you don't like a genre, don't review it. My Song "Fiction" which you reviewed has been accepted by a licensing opportunity, so not as bad as you said.

Yuri posted over 30 days ago

Malyssa, a kind word of advice to you, since you're new: take a little time to consider how you score a review. Even though you wrote that you liked my song, you scored it so low that it will never have an opportunity to reach a top 10 list, even though a lot of the B jam community believes that it should be. Also, stick to the genres you are familiar with so that you can give an "educated" opinion. Otherwise, you'll be making enemies really fast.

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