Real Right aka, Jarel Brown is a rapper born and raised in the Bronx, New York. With his childhood similar to most minorities in the area, he was raised in a single parent home with some assistance from his grandparents. His mother struggled to make ends meet and since Jarel was the oldest child, he had no choice but to mature very fast. Almost everyday, Real endured a small 3 bedroom apartment in the projects, which housed 8 other siblings; (cousins) and four adults (uncles, aunt and grandmother), so being spoiled or getting the silver spoon treatment was out of the question! At such a young age, Real felt like he had so much weight on his shoulders. As he walked home from school, he constantly had to prove to the older guys in the projects that he wasn't a punk. At home, he had to share a full size bed with 3 other siblings and had to fight for what was left on the dinner table. His escape lied within the realm of his headphones as his cassette player began to play and his pen began to fill his pad with all his problems. The struggles that he wrote started out as just being words that slowly turned into poems and from poems they turned into songs. During his development as a rap artist, he released his first mix-tape, "Definition Of A Soldier," in 2003. Due to the rush of his first release through Scotch Bonnet Records, and the lack of promotion, he left them within that same year. Real decided to take a long break from recording after many trials that preceded him in his personal life. This included the death of his grandmother in 2003 and then his grandfather shortly after in 2004. After several years on pause from his music career, he resurrected in 2008 and began recording tracks with a local producer, J Paperz. In the same year, Real Right recorded his first single, "Money On My Mind", and went on to compete in many local showcases in New York City! After endless days of writing and hundreds of studio sessions, he released his second mix-tape, 1st Impression, in February of 2011. He is also in the process of working on a mix-tape for each region of the Unites States. Often, nobody can predict the progress & magnitude of an artist, but with Real Right, there is no question that the future holds big things.