One Route Entertainment signs first new recording artist to label
Eric Cross joins D-MAUB in expansion of ministry

Christian Hip Hop artist Eric Cross has signed a recording deal with One Route Entertainment. This marks only the second recording artist to be a part of One Route; with D-MAUB as the first. Born and raised in Milwaukee, Wisconsin Eric has a combination of powerful lyrics and knowledge of God’s Word. This young man is destined to carry out the plan God has for him which is to reach the masses. He has also shared the stage with GMA Dove award winner KJ-52, Grammy nominated hip hop group, The Cross Movement, Grammy nominated rap artist Pettidee, D-MAUB, Japhia Life, Sean Slaughter, K-Drama and many more. Eric Cross signed a one album deal to Christian hip-hop label Beatmart in early 2007 and his album “The Art of Composition” released nationally on April 1st 2008 under Sony BMG. September 29, 2009 Eric Cross released his sophomore album entitled “The Signature” under Gutter Enterprises, LLC. Says Cross “I’m excited about having the chance to be a part of One Route Entertainment! Over the years I’ve had the chance to know Donny Harper aka D-MAUB as a true friend and have seen growth and God’s hand move in a mighty way within One Route Entertainment. I look forward to bringing my creative talents and gifts that God has bless me with to One Route by leading as many souls to Christ as possible.” D-Maub states, “I am excited about Eric joining us at One Route. He is an awesome man of God who loves people and passionate about building the kingdom in excellence”. One Route Entertainment is working to release “Creature Clan: New Beginnings”, a group project with D-Maub and Eric Cross in early 2012.

About One Route Entertainment: One Route Entertainment is an urban ministry and independent record label based in Cincinnati, Ohio created in 2005. ONE ROUTE ENTERTAINMENT, LLC aims to use every opportunity to the fullest to represent Christ in our lifestyles and in the public eye. With hard-hitting hip hop music, we want to re-claim our youth, streets, community, nation and beyond from negative thinking and living. Our ministry is inclusive of positive music, alternative fashion statements, and sound business practices. The label consists of Amber Bronson (General Manager), Keith “DJ Klassy K” Harrison, Shannon “Eric Cross” Vick and Donny “D-MAUB” Harper who serves as president/artist.


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