The first artist to be signed to the Eleven Records label is 17-year-old Brown Eyez, whose debut album; 'Watching You' is receiving lots of heat. One of the hottest joints on the record, 'Woe',will debut on the hit TV series 'The Shield'.It will be aired on the FX channel on June 1,2004. Brown Eyez is the hottest new artist to emerge from Long Beach,California since Snoop Dogg. She was discovered four years ago by record producer and owner of Eleven Records, 'G', while competing in a talent show at a local Boys and Girs Club in Long Beach. Her skills allowed her to beat out over one hundred contestants to win the competition. She has spent the past two years in the studio with her producers being groomed for success. All the hard work has paid off because she is definitely ready to shine. Brown Eyez was introduced to hip-hop music at an early age. Her mother was a talented MC herself and taught Brown Eyez many of her rapping skills. Some of her other influences are Eve, Da Brat, MC Lyte, Fifty Cent, Queen Latifah and Jay-Z. Brown Eyez showcases her talents by writing her own lyrics. Her song titled, 'Caution', was selected to be on a soundtrack for an independent hip-hop film titled, 'Head of the Game'. This song is also featured on her debut album. She enjoys battling other MCs and she is a member of a Hip-Hop Clown Dance Ensemble that is located in Los Angeles. Brown Eyez continues to hone her skills. She has the talent and dedication to be a success. Keep your eyes on Brown Eyez, because she is destined to be a major force in the entertainment industry. The other Eleven Records artists that appear on Brown Eyez's debut album, entitled 'Watching You' include, Juvon, Jeremiah The Prophet, Playboy, Blaze, Sheree, Coo-B, Flo, Mandingo, Confucius Ryder, Marock, X-cicute, Blaze, Hard Head Affiliates, Ronald O, Cre8tor, Sir Duce and Essence. This talented group of artists represent depth, strength and diversity in the world of Hip-Hop and R & B.