Jensen Reed is a Los Angeles-based artist whose debut full length record, “Forget About the Cameras” is making major waves. USA Today says “on his new album, Jensen Reed slides through hip hop with an unshakable rock ‘n’ roll swagger. Reed’s airtight flow fans the flame at the heart of [his] songs”. Reed’s lyrics have an edge, and he says what he thinks. His music is influenced by the Beastie Boys, Linkin Park, and Outkast, as well as childhood favorites the Doors, Led Zep, the Stones and other Mt. Rushmore rockers. Though he hasn’t been in L.A. long, Reed’s already opened for Dilated Peoples and Little Brother, and had song placements in the lauded series “Friday Night Lights,” Showtime’s “House of Lies”, the Oscar-nominated film “The Messenger”, “I Melt With You” directed by Mark Pellington and several MTV and VH1 shows. Jensen is currently releasing a free new song every month in 2012 as well as multiple music videos. As he declares in “Believe,” the first track on his album, Grounded by the only thing that I can call my own/The music of my life is right here in this song. For Jensen Reed, the stars are aligning right now.