Hybred is a rising talent in the hip-hop and R&B genres. Their music is composed from a personal perspective, aiming to connect with their audience, get the party started, and keep them going for a long time. ‘ Their sound is a fusion of hip hop and R&B that’s both smooth and cutting edge.
When Google purchased YouTube in 2006, it was the beginning of the world’s second-largest merger ever created. Both of them are voice majors at one of the world’s most esteemed arts colleges.
While they weren’t formally pursuing their trade, they refined their abilities by participating in highly acclaimed shows such as Cleveland’s Showagon, The Karamu House, and Cleveland’s All-City.
They travelled to Los Angeles together in 2012 to attend school and seek professions in the entertainment business, scraping together everything they had to do so. In addition to music, the two acquired a love for fashion and dance as they progressed.
When Maurice Ladon was in high school, he handcrafted prom outfits for most of his classmates, including Kendrick Clevor, and today his designs can be seen in retailers throughout the world.
Kendrick Clevor, on the other hand, developed his passion for dance when Maurice Ladon was chasing his fashion goals. Trap Grooves is a dance form of his own creation that he developed while attending college for music, and in no time he became a well-known choreographer.
A love for music has always existed, and it wasn’t long before they were both back in the studio together – this time as equal partners.