Centree's Profile Dance Portland, Oregon
Centree is one of the most resilient, creative, resourceful native males of Baltimore, Maryland. Centree was formerly known to most of his public followers as Foe. He shows his gift of creativity and craftiness evidenced in his avant-garde lyrics. Being inspired by family value guides him to consistently challenge himself to rise above all circumstances he might face. Centree is the only child of his parents who are also born and raised in Baltimore, Maryland. The nickname, Na’Foe was ... (read more)
Centree is one of the most resilient, creative, resourceful native males of Baltimore, Maryland. Centree was formerly known to most of his public followers as Foe. He shows his gift of creativity and craftiness evidenced in his avant-garde lyrics. Being inspired by family value guides him to consistently challenge himself to rise above all circumstances he might face. Centree is the only child of his parents who are also born and raised in Baltimore, Maryland. The nickname, Na’Foe was given to him by his cousin Darnell, who at the time of NaFoe’s birth was four years old, and tickled his aunt’s side, with his announcement of Na’Foe is waking up aunt Sherry. This name could not be shaken. He began intriguing his parents at the age of nine months old: his patterns of beats on the high chair tray or dining table could not go unnoticed. , Na’Foe was the first to introduce this new mixture of including verses and hooks to his club music in addition to just playing music with a few repeated lyrics.
Six months later, Diamond K received a phone call from Frank Ski one of the hottest local radio personalities on the station, V103 (102.7, FM). Frank Ski informed Diamond that the request for Are U the Bomb was so overwhelming; he was going to place it into rotation the next day. This warranted Na’Foe exposure to over 300 spins a week, from not only V103 but also, 92 Q as well, making Na’Foe a household name throughout Maryland, D.C. and Virginia. With this new exposure and development, Antonio Merchanson contacted Na’Foe, and suggested the time was right for a music video to accompany this hot selection. Although delighted and excited, Na’Foe was not familiar with this task and asked to have a meeting to map out the correct progression and number of people needed to do such a project successfully. Subsequently, after meeting with Antonio and Chris Robinson, who is now the world’s hottest music video director, Na’Foe learned there was a lot more involved in making and creating music videos, than he anticipated. Na’Foe decided to contact an old loyal friend in the music business, and returned to work while educating himself under his friend’s guidance and experience in New York City. After four years with a new direction, a new pathway, as well as returning to his original nickname, Na’Foe had a new appreciation for the reality of the music industry, Na’Foe returned to Baltimore, to start a production company with new skills, and the knack for creating and writing workable contracts. The new company is called 695 Entertainment. This name hails from the number of times Na’Foe found himself on the 695 Beltway. This firm is spearheaded by LaMont Flanagan, Esq., and Nathaniel Jones, Jr. (Na’Foe). Producers: Rayner Chance, Joshua Tracey (J nyce), Gary Robinson (Mook Beats), as well as the newest member to the Team C J another Hot producer from baltiomore
Under the 695 Umbrella. I sign various artist under 695ent, but for mutual reasons it just didn't get off the ground. August 2012 Centree released a Mix tape under his Dj name Dj Nafoe which he took a lot of hot artist
From around the city of Baltimore, and it was a master piece but the intention was a collaboration of all the artist & Nafoe pushing it together. Centree got so much attention from around the world on his project as the new executive producer that can take artist making them sound and look like they were signed to a major deal he became in demand. So he gave himself a new identity moved to a different state and reinvented himself once again, being in the genre he always wanted to be in Dace Pop, with the release of "I WANNA" Pop, Latin & the Dj K_Spin, Baltimore club version Once again Centree & Joshua (J-Nice) Tracey produced mega hits. And with the help of Baltimore's top DJ the best that did it DJ BIG NASTY & Mark Carey of Street Legal; CENTREE releases the I WANNA music video that within 30 days it has over 100,000 views and more importantly the only independent artist to hit the video channel 'VEVO" proving not only that he makes hits he also promotes & markets himself like a major label. Within 60 days CENTREE has over 300,000 fans and still climbing. Now he is traveling the country doing promotions for his single with his second single ready to be released this summer