Rich Lowe is a quadruple threat artist! He is a singer, songwriter, dancer, and producer!
Growing up in the East NY section of Brooklyn, NY, Rich Lowe was no stranger to hardship. By the age of three years old, both of his parents were incarcerated, leaving him to depend on his late grandmother Carrie Davis. Music was his only salvation. Rich Lowe is a singer, songwriter, dancer, and producer. He started singing at the age of 14 as he attended the Brooklyn High School of The Arts. His music teacher Mrs. Charlene Corbett-Thomas discovered his talent and from then on Rich dedicated his life to music, sharing his phenomenal talent with the world. Rich Lowe has had the honor of working with the legendary Erick Sermon, writing, singing and producing his own music in Erick Sermon Def Squad studios. He has also been talked about by Grammy award-winning songstress Chrisette Michele as she hit Twitter stating that "Rich Lowe is an amazing R&B talent" after hearing him sing for the first time. In 2013, Rich Lowe was introduced to the world by covering the late legendary Jackie Wilson’s “Lonely Tear Drops” via music video. The music video went viral and caught the attention of many. In 2015, he released his new EP “12:27 PM” which is based on true events in his life. Rich Lowe released “Creep Life” the first visual from the EP, then released "Wounded Soldier" the 2nd visual from the EP. His video “Get Enough” shows the world why he's the newest prodigy in the R&B music of today. Rich has co-written and is featured on The Conglomerate/Atlantic Records recording artist O.T. Genasis single “Don’t Need A Thing” released in May 2012. He also wrote for Universal Motown artist Ginette Claudette and has produced beats for popular Hip-Hop artist Fred Da Godson. Rich Lowe is under H-M Management and working hard toward his goal of being one of R&B’s most phenomenal artists.
*Winner at Ignite Urban National Competition 2017
*Top R&B/Hip-Hop National DRT chart
*Top National DRT Chart
*Top Indie National DRT chart