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For internationally recognized singer-songwriter Dylan Lloyd, the future holds promise and longevity. In December of 2009, Lloyd signed a music publishing deal with RADAR MUSIC PUBLISHING/BMG RIGHTS MANAGEMENT. Lloyd has written and co-produced with some of the best producers, songwriters, and artists in the music industry, including “MdL” (JUSTIN BIEBER, CHRIS BROWN), Kevin Savigar (ROD STEWART, JOSH GRACIN), Rob Kleiner and Chris Sernel (CEE-LO GREEN) and Michael Jay (EMINEM, MARTIKA). In September of 2011, Dylan Lloyd was the first and only American to be invited to Crimea Music Fest, an international performing event in Ukraine, broadcast on television to over 100 million people across Eastern Europe.

Two years later, Lloyd would release his debut EP entitled “One By One” with Lupe Fiasco’s producer “Soundtrakk” in May of 2013. In December of 2014, Lloyd released his debut solo album called “The Vault” and it became his first charting solo album on the iTunes charts, as well as his fourth consecutive charting album on iTunes (“What Could Be Better,” “This Is Better,” “Find A Way There”). A few months after “The Vault” was released, Lloyd received his own radio station on Pandora in April of 2015. In the same month, his recent iTunes release known as the “Aria – EP” charted top 100 on the iTunes Singer-Songwriter Chart.  A year later in April 2016, Dylan Lloyd had his highest charting solo EP ever, “Per Aspera Ad Astra,” peaking in the top 50 of the iTunes Charts, making it his sixth consecutive charting record. Followed a year later by his next release entitled “Genesis” in March 2017, “Genesis” would become his 7th consecutive Top 100 on the iTunes Charts. In the summer of that same year, Lloyd would release “The Truth – EP,” which not only went on to chart in the Top 200 of iTunes but was also recognized by Shazam / Apple Music on their “Best New Music Playlist” for the song “More Than Friends.” Dylan Lloyd appeared on the list alongside Demi Lovato, Coldplay, Big Sean, U2 and more.

The beginning of 2018 brought a sort of renaissance to Lloyd’s career. Lloyd released a record entitled “Then & Now” with longtime friend and collaborator Stephen Jerzak and it was a huge success. The album debuted at number 22 on the iTunes Charts, peaking at number 14 and staying on the charts for three straight days becoming Dylan Lloyd’s longest consecutive day run on the iTunes Charts at the time. Shortly thereafter in July of 2018, Lloyd dropped “The Midnight iPhone Sessions.” The album is one of the only albums ever released that was primarily recorded and mixed on an iPhone, and it was received by fans and critics to major acclaim. A song called “Visible” that spawns from this album is currently playing in AMC movie theaters nationwide. It charted in the Top 50 of the iTunes Charts for a week and is currently the most successful album of his career, peaking at #49. The charting position of “The Midnight iPhone Sessions” brings his total number of iTunes charting albums to 10 consecutive; a streak that seemingly has no end in sight. A follow-up to this album is currently in progress and will be released in 2019.