Michael Copon

October 7, 2010 by Post Team 

Michael Copon, Actor, singer and composer Michael Copon released his much-anticipated single, “Let’s Get Nasty” on iTunes today. It will also be available for download on Rhapsody, Napster, Amazon MP3, Zune, Spotify, MySpace Music, MediaNet, and eMusic, Nokia, ShockHound, Thumbplay and IMVU later this month.

In recent years, Michael has toured in occupied Europe and the United States, where he worked on his music in preparation for the upcoming release of his album. One word to describe the music of Copon? Futuristic. Expect to hear a unique fusion, never heard of R & B genre hip-hop, pop, dance and house.

Although he has been passionately pursuing music, you’ll still be able to catch Michael on TV and the big screen in the very near future. It will make an appearance in the series remade CBS, Hawaii 5-0, which will air later this month, and the production of his second feature, Killer holidays. It will also be starring in the remake of Night of the Demons will be released in October 2010. Beside him is evil in this thriller Shannon Elizabeth, Monica Keena, Diora Baird and Edward Furlong.

Born in Chesapeake, Virginia, Michael broke into the acting scene when he was 18, playing the Blue Power Ranger on Power Rangers: Time Force. He then appeared in guest starring roles in popular shows like that’s So Raven (as a member of “The Boyz in Motion”), and Reno 911. Then Michael played the role of Felix Taggaro hit series on the CW network One Tree Hill. From 2006 to 2009, he played on the N network beyond the break, MTV’s All You’ve Got, Scrubs NBC, CBS, CSI Miami, and Universal Pictures’ Bring It On: In It To Win It, and The King Scorpion 2: Rise of a Warrior.

Full of passion and drive, Michael is thrilled to show the world he created.

Personal Manager:

Brett Lazar

Tel: (818) 505-3942

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