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Thursday, May 31, 2012

This is one of the songs from his soon to be released album titled - "Break of Dawn". Awesome song ! Have a listen people. More Information about his up coming album will be posted up soon. Till then...enj0y this song. !



    S/O to Aelan Boy! Much Appreciated

  2. My Sunshine
    Genre: Solomon Reggae
    Vocals: Brian Maesulia
    Music: DJ Liamz of DMP
    Lyrics: Funky & Wams
    Studio: Phantom Creations & Digiton Studios
    Album: Aquarius
    Release Date: Coming Soon
    Market: Local & South Pacific Region

  3. There you go guys...more information for you. Or you can click on the "Break of Dawn" banner and you will be redirected to JAG's Facebook page.

    Brian Maesulia is a local household name,
    better known as JAG to his fans in
    Honiara, the capital of Solomon Islands.
    Music is Brian's gift, according to relatives,
    a legacy left behind by his paternal
    grandfather, an indegenous turned Christian in the highlands of Malaita
    Province who had skills in music that can
    only be acquired through formal
    education. Exposure to music started in church for
    Brian as a 3 years old toddler in children's
    ministries to church choirs to church
    groups, becoming a congregation hit and
    favorite with his unique voice. As a young
    boy, Brian's first icon was Michael Jackson, spending hours in front of a mirror
    singing to his beats, never realizing the
    gift bursting in him to be recognized.
    Brian's shift out of the church scene came
    at the age of 16 when he joined in a high
    school competition and won the "Best Vocals" award. His voice not only
    knocked the crowd and judges, but it
    grabbed the attention of local home
    studios who offered to do recordings for
    free in recognition of his potential. His
    uniqueness continued to shine as he started working with other local artists,
    featuring in albums, most of it “doing it
    free for the love of music”. His down-to-
    earth personality makes him a favorite
    among studios, easy to work with when
    doing records. Punching voices isn’t his style, always does perfect takes and
    waves. His first single to hit the airwaves
    was "Looking for love" in 2004 - a blend
    of rock and reggae. It became an instant
    hit on the local charts and Brian became a
    music sensation and icon to young artists, dubbed Solomon Islands’ Bryan Adams.
    To this day, Brian’s singing talent and
    unique voice continues to be the talk of
    the town among locals and expatriates
    alike, a “…blasting voice that can keep
    music lovers on their toe; but he now needs a big platform to become the voice
    of the people … beyond Solomon
    Islands.” (Shiv Raj Bhatt, Advisor, Ministry
    of Foreign Affairs & External Trade,
    Solomon Islands)
    Brian’s big break locally as a young artist is hooking up with popular and high in
    demand local band, Tu Gud Boys (TGB) as
    lead vocalist in 2006. Always booked for
    a gig to date, TGB schedule range from
    fundraising drives, go-finish, birthday
    parties, weddings, private and official functions in town and the occasional
    provincial tours. However, there is high
    audience preference of “JAG on the
    microphone” when TGB takes stage, best
    summed by Diana Ghiba, Events Manager
    of Epic Events, Romania: “…amazed by his sweet voice and personally, with that
    voice and presence, he should be an
    international star.” Skilled in playing the guitar, bass and
    keyboard, Brian developed his music
    through time and enjoys exploring
    different genres, any style thrown his
    way. In the studio or live on stage, Brian
    connects with his songs and music is "… my best escapism to fill in the gap".
    His skills are not limited to music, Brian is a
    self-learner to being a proficient graphic
    designer and works for Solomon Islands’
    only television organization, One
    Television, as Director in the commercial department. He also does video editing of
    adverts and video clips of local artists. Visit Brian’s Twitter account
    [@Events_First] for more information on
    the artist and be a follower to watch his
    dream unfold.

  5. ‘Jag’ bags VOICE OFF top prize Monday, 19 December 2011 10:59 Gary Hatigeva E-mail Print PDF THE WINNER of the Voice Off Music Awards was
    announced last Friday at the Heritage Park Hotel. He
    is Brian Maesulia, widely known in the country as
    Maesulia bagged a total of $5000 cash. He scored a total of 296 points ahead of David
    Auna (Davu) who managed to secure 280 points.
    (See final listing below)
    A total of ten top solo artists vied for the top five
    spots including Maesulia and Auna. Others are Solomon Maesala (Jeddi Dyer – 2009
    Solo Icon), Loretta Eric Taika (Eleika), Michael
    Oritaimae (Mikey), Bana Junior (Dual J), Mandy Magi,
    Rachel Symon (Raycoh), Rina Fiolo (Rikayz) and
    Richie Saeni (Seanry). Speaking on behalf of the judges prior to
    presenting the awards, Barnabas Henson described
    the competition as “very challenging”. Mr. Henson said the assessment on artists was not
    just based on how best they can sing, but as
    judges, they looked at how the artists presented
    themselves, the confidence they had, their maturity
    in their approach as musicians among other criteria. Tallying of the final scoreboard was solely on the
    four judges: Joeena Simpson, Derya Sato, Calvin Ziru
    and Barnabas Henson.
    The top five artists are: 1st Prize $5,000: Brian Maesulia (Jag) – 296 points
    2ndPrize $4,000: David Auna (Davu) – 280 points
    3rd Prize $3,000: Solomon Maesala (Jeddi Dyer) –
    273 points
    4th Prize $2,000: Rina Fiolo (Rikayz) – 244 points
    5th Prize $1,000: Loretta Eric Taika (Eleika) – 243 points The remaining five artists received $500
    consolation prize each in appreciation of their effort
    in the competition. Events First Director, William Sanga, said it has not
    been an easy road for the team and for most of the
    part, it was about “proving our worth to our
    supporters, sponsors and the public in general”. “We salute all ten artists who are all winners in their
    own respect, and thank you all for believing in this
    initiative.” The presentation of awards wraps the first part of
    the Voice Off Music Awards package, with the
    recording of an album compilation next in line
    along with video clips and a proposed regional
    tour. Events First wish to take this opportunity to
    acknowledge supporters and sponsors of the
    Voice Off Music Awards: Heritage Park Hotel, Club
    Xtreme, Ministry of Women, Youth and Children
    Affairs, Our Telekom, DJ Graphics Ltd., South Pacific
    Oil, SIWIBA, and family members who have stood with the team right from the start.

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