- Ro Shon talks with Billboard in a red carpet interview at the 56th Grammys
- The Examiner chats with Ro Shon at the Billboard Music Awards.
- Britney Spears supports Ro Shon as he competes on Dancing With The Stars. Britney tweeted following the show: “Just went to Dancing with the Stars to support Jason’s friend Roshon Fegan. He is so cute! And wow can that boy dance.”
- CBS News’ Grammys Press Room features Ro Shon
- Ro joins TMZ to discuss his transition from teen sensation to serious artist
On January 26th of 2014, Ro Shon released his debut single, “Bout That.” It was received warmly, being spun on NY’s Hot Morning 93.7 within hours of its release, and setting the Twitter world abuzz
@JOJOWright from 102.7 KIIS FM talks on air with RO SHON about his new single “Bout That” and buys it on iTunes. Watch Here
"Bout That" single is now available on iTunes
Former teen television star triple-threat actor/singer/dancer Ro Shon is about to become a household name with the release of his upcoming single, “Bout That”, an up-tempo Urban R&B song that is set to take America by storm. Click here to download “Bout That” from iTunes.
Written, mixed, and produced by the 22-year old Los Angeles native singer, “Bout That” shows fans that his passion for music remains strong. He tells KTLA during an interview that making his album without a record label, “…gives me complete freedom and creative control.” Whether it’s his fresh rhythmic beats, his melodic lyrics, or his catchy hooks, Ro Shon has proven one thing: he has grown into a young talent who knows what he wants as a music producer, songwriter, and recording artist.
Gaining worldwide attention as a young star for seven years, the music producer/artist is transitioning away from his childhood image with a more adult sound. Ro Shon stated in his interview with KTLA: “Music is something I’ve done all my life. But I haven’t really taken that step to [say], ‘Here I am!’ So now I’m taking those steps and people are hearing the songs I wrote and produced myself.”
And taking cue from other music stars, Ro Shon believes that the music defines true artistry — “I think the extremity is within the music, within the passion. If you love it and you work hard enough, I think the truth is in the pudding. If you have great music, it’s going to be heard.”
Ro Shon hits the Grammys
At the 56th Grammy Awards, Ro Shon impressed media on the red carpet and talked about his new single and future music projects in interviews with Billboard and CBS News.
Ro Shon and Jay Z
Ro Shon with Wiz Khalifa and Steven Tyler