Composing compelling tunes with powerful messages that are meant to empower the strong and independent women of the time, emerging artist Horatio Gordon is bringing waves in the world of music
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Los Angeles, CA — There’s a new artist with a love for music so strong that he’s destined to lift his listeners out of their miseries and hardships with each song. Horatio Gordon may be an emerging singer, but he’s already a true music and entertainment force to be reckoned with.
Horatio Gordon is a true recording talent: Singer. Songwriter. Producer. Instrumentalist. This versatile, talented showman has just released a brand-new single entitled: “A WOMAN”. And what an inspiring song it is!
Horatio strives to make listeners feel heard and empowered through this tune, as well as his others to follow. He wants people of all ages and backgrounds to listen and feel the meaningful and heartfelt messages behind his music which is a blend of soothing R&B/pop melodies and hip-hop beats.
“A WOMAN” is currently available on Spotify, Apple Music, Amazon Music, and all major music streaming/downloading platforms in world, including SoundCloud. Horatio Gordon’s special debut song is purely meant to uplift EVERY woman in EVERY sense– and to encourage EVERY man to be supportive. An audio-format music video was also released on YouTube.
While the song is mainly sung by Horatio Gordon himself, he’s featured the talented female artist, Kacey the Songbird as well. He wrote, produced, and published “A WOMAN” with his fraternal twin brother, who also sings on the bridge of the song.
Horatio wants music lovers to add “A WOMAN” to their playlists on their favorite music platforms right away. He’s excited about entertaining his listeners as this new musical empowerment partnership with them begins!
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Currently living in Los Angeles, Horatio Gordon carries on the historic legacy of talented Detroit-born singers and entertainers. His current hip-hop music focus– with strong melodies and insightful lyrics– will connect music lovers from ages 8 to 80, all over America and around the globe.
After playing gigs with bands in Detroit as a teenager, Horatio’s foray into the professional L.A music scene was through a friendship with a fellow Motor City musician who worked with Michael Jackson and his famous family in younger years. Horatio won the Fox Studios “Fox Rocks” talent contest and did technical audio work in the West Coast corporate offices of Sony/BMG Music where he assisted VPs and other executives, attending meetings for new releases where his full knowledge of the industry could be on full display.
His first major-label songwriting and publishing credit was for a popular R&B artist on RCA records and was entitled: “We’ve Gotta Stop Meetin’ Like This.”
Horatio worked with Prince in an onscreen supporting role of the iconic musical genius’s music video for “Partyman,” a single from a Warner Bros. Records soundtrack album based upon director Tim Burton’s Warner Bros. Studios first “Batman” film. He had another onscreen supporting role in Clint Eastwood’s “Bird” film about the iconic saxophonist, Charlie Parker, which won Eastwood the Golden Globe for Best Director. He also appeared in the 2017 Academy Award-winning ESPN 30 for 30 documentary, “O. J.: Made in America.”
Working in production support roles for music and other entertainment shows at the highest levels of the industry is another aspect of Horatio Gordon’s early career. Some of these include the Grammy Awards, American Music Awards, Kids Choice Awards, Soul Train Music Awards, as well as the prestigious American Cinematheque Awards, Race to Erase MS, etc. where he coordinated with iconic recording artists, such as Taylor Swift, Paul McCartney, Jay Z, Kanye West and T.I., as well as actors Samuel L. Jackson, Kerry Washington, Jennifer Garner, Bill Maher, and Mario Lopez, among others.
In addition to singing his hip-hop and pop songs, Horatio Gordon is a gifted saxophonist who was mentored by one of the members of the world-famous group, Earth Wind & Fire (Columbia Records). As a kid, he played sax on a U.S. and world tour for a UK Warner Bros. Records artist Leo Sayer. Horatio has jammed with legendary musicians such as Bootsy Collins, Verdine White, Andrae Crouch, Teena Marie, and El Debarge. Horatio has also played on several gold albums for Arista Records artist, Ray Parker, Jr., most famous for his theme song for the “Ghostbusters” series of movies released by Columbia Pictures (Sony Pictures Entertainment).
Name: Horatio H Gordon
Address: 1507 7th Street, #273, Santa Monica, CA 90401
Email: horatiohgord[email protected]