Show Host.TV Personality.
BMI Songwriter.Commercial Actor.
Nick Brown was first introduced publicly to the world through his stints on MTV’s The Real World Hollywood, The Challenge (Real World/Road Rules), and as the Host of MTV Spring Break Las Vegas and the face of Clayton's "Beach Stage Festival" on South Padre Island. He expanded in entertainment starring in commercials by Dockers, SAM's Club and Print Ads for eBay, Verizon and McDonalds. His self written and produced radio single
“Leave With You” became the first featured single for Bryan Bautista, semi-finalist of
NBC’s Hit show, “The Voice”
“Leave With You” has enjoyed international airplay and currently has a 5-star rating on iTunes. After launching his own music publishing company and releasing his first group compilation album, Nick secured two (2) licensing deals for six (6) Songs, that were used by Viacom® (CMT,VH1,MTV) and television shows including The Bad Girls Club, Keeping up with the Kardashians, Khloe and Lamar,Loves Games, Real World, Love and Hip-Hop and The Challenge. In addition, he loves impacting other people’s lives. He frequents colleges, promoting important topics such as voter awareness, personal development and leadership.
It all started when...
Nicks father Courtney Brown, immigrated to the United States, where Nicks grandmother, Lilieth Brown, was waiting for him. Years later Nicks Dad would greet the St.Elizabeth, Jamaica born Nick and his mother Maureen at the airport in America. They would start their new lives in a new world landing in New Rochelle, New York. The first born, Nick would go on to earn a degree from the State University of New York at Cobleskill in Computer Information Systems. Nick then transferred to the University of South Florida and earned a Bachelor's of Science degree in Management Information Systems. At the University of South Florida Nick began to think about the world of business when he became a brother of the presitgous co-ed business fraternity,
Nick has always been intrigued by television personalities such as Regis Phillbin, Ryan Secreast, his mentor Jared Cotter, and entertainment moguls such as Sean "Diddy" Combs, Russell Simmons, Jay Z and 50 Cent.
It would be after a unexpected conversation in the kitchen of his fathers home, between the two, that would provide Nick the confidence to pursues his dreams to become that which he desired to be.