In these troubling, divisive times, as we engage in more and more soul searching to find our way out of the darkness, we feel compelled to ask: Can the power of music soften hearts, break down barriers and unite the world? Can one ambitious duo’s multi-faceted indie debut album create that open door and start a transformational dialogue? Branson, Missouri based singer/songwriters/producers Brydon Brett and Aaron Space, collectively known as Prince Ivan, not only believe it’s possible, they’ve created several fresh phrases to encapsulate their ambitious universal vision and creative aesthetic. Evolving organically from their wide array of influences and the multitude of styles that seeps in from living for years in America’s variety show capital, their epic 16-track album – promisingly titled The Preface –incorporates their passions for pop, R&B, hip-hop, EDM and gospel. More than simply crafting a sparkling, emotionally impactful, melody and groove intensive collection, the recording lays an impactful foundation for Spectrapop – a mainstream musical output that combines elements of pop, R&B, funk, soul, disco, world, jazz, Latin, rock, gospel, blues, African, Electronic, hip hop and other musical styles into one soul infused whole designed to unite the human family. Spectrapop is the musical element for the duo’s larger mission to forge their concept of SpectraCulture – a worldwide love, prosperity, joy, equality, peace and unity driven movement capturing the truth that we are all beautiful lights along a wide and connected spectrum. For more information about Prince Ivan’s music and mission, please visit our website.