B. Thompson is a singer/songwriter/vocal producer from Las Vegas, Nevada, who now resides in New York City. Already having shared the stage with some of music’s greatest artists, including Earth, Wind, and Fire, Smokey Robinson, Lady Gaga, Brandy and Jon B., Thompson labels some of music’s heavyweights as his influence. Influenced by Donny Hathaway, Sam Cooke, Usher and his late-great cousin, Roger Troutman of Zapp. Thompson makes it a goal to be recognized not only as a singer, but an accomplished songwriter as well, already having worked with established acts/producers Snoop Dogg, Master P, Romeo Miller, Melky Jean, Snoop, Tony Dofat, LT Hutton, Konvict Muzik, and more. Thompson has ventured into acting, already being featured in nationally syndicated commercials/print ads (2009 Nike Hyperize, LG Electronics, the Spike Lee directed "Jay for a Day" RocaWear campaign, America's Next Great Restaurant, more) and upcoming movie releases. Recently, Thompson was featured on the French hit reality series "les anges de la téléréalité." There, he vocal arranged "Love Is What You Make Of It" song recorded by contestant, Maude Herchab. The song hit #1 on itunes and #1 on the Billboard 100 in France. Following this, Thompson completed his debut album, "Evolution", which was released digitally and physically worldwide, along with an overseas promotional campaign comprised of appearances and shows in various European countries. The album, which topped Amazon's R&B best-sellers list in France, features a variety of sounds ranging from funk, soul, R&B, disco, and pop music. Thompson has now completed his second international album due for release April 2014, led by the single "Time To Move On", which will be proceeded by his first US EP, due summer 2014. Most recently, Thompson has written for famed Japanese R&B singer/actor Yuya Matsushita, where their first release, "She's A Liar" debuted at #1 on the iTunes Japan R&B/soul chart and #1 on Amazon Japan's R&B, JPop, and overall MP3's ." Thompson is also featured on the upcoming Quictamac/Snoop Dogg release, "Blame It On Me," where he has lent his vocal/writing skills.