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Adam Douglas (also known as "A-Bomb") is a Cleveland, Ohio-based R&B / Hip Hop recording artist, producer and songwriter. Douglas releases through Xplosive Music. As of September 2016, A-Bomb's single "Dangerous" has been played in clubs, by local radio and internet radio all over the world and has generated over 20,000 online downloads and 150,000 plays and spins. A-Bomb has totaled over 350,000 song plays & downloads and is currently in talks with several labels and management companies to further his music career.

A-Bomb started producing music in 2002 for local bands and artists. In 2006, he founded Xplosive Music Entertainment, a promotional and music Production Company currently based in Cleveland, Ohio. His production work includes D12, Lupe Fiasco, Garbage, G-Eazy, Ray Cash, Mya, Fat Joe, Bizzy Bone, Trey Songz, MGK, Scott Stapp,Fabulous and many other artists, production companies and record labels.

A-Bomb released his first album "A-Bombination" in 2006 which was Co-Produced By Brandon Bishop, Yonni, and Mike Brown on several tracks. His singles "Dance" and “Why” was a local hits. "Dance" was played in clubs by djs and "Dance" and "Why" were fortunate enough to get some airplay on several college radio stations. The "Why" music video was in constant rotation on the Cleveland local music television network.

In 2008, he released his second album "The Masterpiece". This album featured a lot of area artists and was a personal story of his life growing up with heartache. "The Masterpiece" was also Co-Produced By Brandon Bishop on a few tracks. A-Bomb released singles “Mirror,” “Fallin Soldier,” and “Don’t Look Back”. A-Bomb toured the area doing concerts, showcases, radio and told the world his story.

After taking a couple years off, Adam released "Gemini" in 2012 in which he released his third album. He teamed up with producers Brandon Bishop and Aaron "DBoyy" Dissell. The single "Future Love" was another small local hit on the college stations and in the clubs. And he is currently shopping the re-releases of “Addicted” and “Look At Us Now”. A-Bomb also released his Mixtape "Blow This" which showed off his singing and defining his own sound. The single, "The Ride" Remix which featured Drake and The Weeknd was and still is a growing hit online. The remix has over 30,000 online downloads.

In 2014, A-Bomb released "The Adam Douglas Mixtape" which features different styles of music. Hip Hop, Pop, R&B and Rock are genres he showcased in the album with a lot of raw emotion behind it. The song "Deja Vu" was featured on Coast 2 Coast Mixtapes and has already had over 125,000 downloads worldwide.

In 2014, he released records "In The Dark" and "One In The Chamber". "One In The Chamber" has caused a buzz in the area and online, and features pop star Cali Miles in the music video. In 2015, A-Bomb released "The Adam Douglas" Deluxe Version mixtape and is scheduled to release "This Is Me" EP at the end of the year. In June 2015, he released his single "Dangerous" and has sold over 3000 units online and is growing.

In August 2015, Adam formed an inspirational band called "Lifted Soul" and released their first single "Moments". "Music changes everyday and so do we. As artists, we have to give a positive message and be role models to our fans." Says A-Bomb.

In October 2015, he released his single and music video "In The Dark". He was fortunate to get press with local music and news radio stations and Cleveland Scene Magazine, which featured A-Bomb in an article about the video and his upcoming album This Is Me.

In November 2015, A-Bomb released his fourth studio album This Is Me which featured his singles "In The Dark", "One In The Chamber", and his biggest single to date "Dangerous".

As of September 2016, A-Bomb's single "Dangerous" has been played in clubs, by local radio and internet radio all over the world and has generated over 20,000 online downloads and 150,000 plays and spins. A-Bomb has totaled over 350,000 song plays & downloads and is currently in talks with several labels and management companies to further his music career.

In May 2016, A-Bomb released "Look At Us Now" off his Gemini album for a Cleveland Cavaliers anthem remix and is gaining a lot of attention. He is currently in discussions with video, promotions and publishing for the record. He is also releasing "Close Your Eyes" off his mixtape in the summer.

In June 2016, A-Bombs single was picked to be on DJ Steph Floss the Official Cleveland Cavaliers Championship Mixtape "Thats None Of Your Business". Floss, the official DJ of the Cavaliers and Lebron James said he went through thousands of a songs for the album and "Look At Us Now" was one of the top anthems out. The mixtape also features Lil Wayne, Bone Thugs-n-Harmony, ASAP Ferg, Machine Gun Kelly and other local and national artists. And A-Bomb is also in talks with NBC Sports with "Look At Us Now" for the 2016 Rio Olympics for promotional advertising.

In July 2016, he released his second mixtape, "Confessions". A darker and lyrical collection of material that was building from the past years. He also released his first EDM record "Forever". "I love to try different avenues with music and EDM is universal and I want to bring the world an uplifting record with "Forever". Says A-Bomb.

In August 2016, A-Bomb released a darker side of his music, a single entitled "Pain I Never Knew" off his This Is Me album. "This is pure raw emotion on this record and I hope the audience can relate to the emotion". Says A-Bomb.

In September 2016, he released his first song off his Confessions mixtape entitled "In My Zone".


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