My Story

“MTStreets is fire,” says Bobbie Brown Jr. whose father experienced a storied career with number one hits and a reality TV show with Whitney Houston. MTStreets’s perfect pitch allows him to play anything he hears on the piano and drives vibes into songs he writes for himself and other artists. He was never intending to be singer, songwriter, his original plan was to be behind the scenes as a producer, but when his brother, Beanie, tragically passed away in December 2019, he found himself in the spotlight in front of the mic. That’s when his recording career became a tribute to his younger brother and only sibling. 

Since then he has released several singles, including My Dawg (ft. Charlez), Who Started It (ft. Jamu), Masquerade, Enough, and most recently Bourbon Street which followed his debut mixtape release Open Thoughts which is quickly earning critical recognition for dark lyrics, and raw emotion that inspire resilience. 

Los Angeles Pop Artist MTStreets has: 

Talent—Perfect pitch and pure fire on the keys 
Balls-- Dropping out of high school with a 4.0 GPA to pursue music 
Drive-- Moving to LA to immerse himself in the music business and enroll in Los Angeles Recording School to originally become a top producer and now become a top-performing artist. 
Musical Memory – “There are only a few artists who can play any song they hear. MTStreets can. 
Grit – MTStreets has overcome personal tragedies, loss, and fatalities of close friends and his younger brother and only sibling. He grew up in wealthy neighborhoods, yet his childhood was burdened by Tourette’s Syndrome, bullying, alcoholism, addiction, rehabs, mental illness, divorce, and police actions. 
Grind-- It’s not uncommon for MTStreets to work all through the night in his Sunset & Vine studio. 
Passion– He loves Hip Hop, Pop, and most genres of music. 

At seven he heard a Disney song in a movie theater and then came home, sat at the family’s piano, and played it perfectly without any sheet music. When his father asked when did he learn how to play that song, he simply said, “I just did,” as if there was nothing out of the ordinary with hearing a song one second and playing it the next. 

At 14 he was invited to LA by Universal Music to record in the same studio Bruno Mars recorded Billionaire. 


Post Malone, The Weeknd, Bruno Mars, Justin Bieber, Ed Sheeran. and Billie Eilish. And on the producer side Grammy-winning producer Scott Storch, and 808Mafia Producer Cicero. 


MTStreets loves creating a vibe in the studio to help good artists become great, and great ones to become greater. He started producing music from his childhood bedroom, then moved to the garage, until neighbors kept calling the police for after hour noise violations. 

The original idea of moving to LA was simply to support Beanie as his producer and songwriter. Then other artists started finding their way to MTStreets’ in-home studio. One night even The Weeknd arrived.