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Today, acclaimed musician, producer, composer and arranger, Miles Mosley, releases his highly awaited single, “BROTHER,” via Verve Records. The high impact energetic single is out now, from his soon to be announced early 2020 album.

Built around large arrangements, and featuring the renowned West Coast Get Down collective, “BROTHER,” advocates for the survivor in all of us. Its message is full of urgency and echoes a sentiment that we are not alone – no matter the circumstances - we are built to weather the storm. On an humanistic level the lyrics are incredibly apropos to what is going on in our society today, and at its core BROTHER is a clarion call for unity.

“One of my favorite and first songs written for this album,” says Mosley, ‘BROTHER’ champions the survivor not as someone who scavenges an existence but someone who was built for the very purpose of surviving said existence.”

Miles Mosley has worked across various genres and with an incredible array of artists that include Kendrick Lamar, Kamasi Washington, Andra Day, Jason Mraz, Chris Cornell, Lauryn Hill, Mos Def, andAvenged Sevenfold. A peerless musician, his talents on the upright bass have been called on to the stage by Rihanna, Jeff Beck, Gnarls Barkleyand countless others. Additionally, Mosley is an accomplished composer, scoring for film, TV and video games for companies that include Disney, Warner Brothers, and Paramount Pictures.

The Verve Label Group (VLG), a division of Universal Music Group based in New York City, is home to many of the most acclaimed artists in jazz and classical music, while also strongly focused on championing emerging talent across all genres. Verve Label Group is home to Decca Records, US, as well as Verve Records, Impulse!, and Verve Forecast. VLG’s current roster includes J.S. Ondara, Cynthia Erivo, Harry Connick Jr., Jon Batiste, Tank and the Bangas, Diana Krall, Yuna, Blake Mills, Shabaka Hutchings, Madison Cunningham and more. Verve Label Group also houses the catalog of great legacy artists including John Coltrane, Nina Simone, Ella Fitzgerald, Louis Armstrong, among others. Find out more at

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