theBREAX and Fonzworth Bentley team up for The Charisma Tour

Fresh off of the launch of Kings Dream Entertainment, theBREAX have joined forces with Fonzworth Bentley for The Charisma Tour. They will bring their unique brand of Positive Hip-Hop to young people through shows at colleges and other venues.

“I’m very excited to be partnering with Mr. Bentley to bring to fruition the Charisma tour. Our goal is to use our gifts and talents to inspire, encourage and make a positive impact on young adults all over the country.” said Ruslan, emcee of theBREAX.

The Charisma Tour will begin in September, and continue through the Fall of 2012.

theBREAX have been looking to make an impact with their efforts through Kings Dream Entertainment, and teaming up with Fonzworth Bentley on a tour was a perfect fit. The two previously worked together on the musical collaboration, “Charisma,” which was part of the BREAX OVER III mixtape.

“The Charisma Tour is an experience that will leave the audience energized and inspired,” said Bentley. Bentley is no stranger to inspiring and energizing college audiences. He is a veteran of the college tour circuit, having promoted his own musical release, “C.O.L.O.U.R.S” and his book, “Advance Your Swagger: How to Use Manners, Confidence and Style to Get Ahead.”

Adding to the musical diversity and energy of the tour will be DJ Rek, who produced theBREAX single, “Never Arrive” feat. Lecrae and J.R.

theBREAX and Fonzworth Bentley are each known for their unique brand of Positive Hip-Hop and their high-energy, interactive stage performances. They each have been successfully entertaining and inspiring college audiences, and they view The Charisma Tour as an opportunity to increase their reach and make a larger impact.

Schools already confirmed for the tour include East Tennessee State University, Averett University, Ferrum College, and Virginia Wesleyan College. Any schools or organizations interested in booking the tour should email Booking@KingsDreamENT.


  1. TheBREAX are proof that it’s possible for a Christian artist to be so subtle with the gospel message, even other believers can’t see Christ in it. If I were them, I would drop the whole ‘God’ thing

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