For North Carolina's 25-year-old Terron Parker where he was born and raised, he is also a graduate from East Carolina University in Greenville, North Carolina. He graduated with adegree in Health Fitness Wellness and continues his education at Wake Tech Community College to study BioWorks. While Terron is making it as a new artist he is willing to take risks and try anything that he thinks will better himself in all that he does. Terron describes his own music as lively and romantic while at the same time signifying deep meaning. "R&B music is about what we dream, see and don't see at times. I never choose a song or write a song that I can't relate to in some way, shape, or form. My music will always reflect who I am." Terron's first experience in a real studio was at "Valleyboy Music". "My producers were amazed at how well I did in the studio for the first time. And other artists that were in the studio couldn't believe I had never been into the studio prior to this experience. People say that my voice was always great and they can listen to me sing all day long, but I still continue to seek constant improvement and constuctive criticism in all areas. You can be a performer and not be an artist, but I am an artist. I have spent time studying and researching everything I can about the music industry and becoming an artist. I am not only honoring my songwriting skills and drum and piano playing, but I am also developing my total package including my image and my stage presence, right down to learning how to read a teleprompter if the situation ever arises for me to do so. This isn't just a dream of mine, this is a goal that I am determined to achieve and I won't give up." Terron takes and applies all the advice he receives from "Valleyboy Music" from who he works with and who serve as mentors to him. In addition to Jamie Foxx, Tank, and John Legend influences include the King of R&B Al Green. "I was most touched by Al Greens music when I found an old tape of Al Green in my best friend (Julian Lee) father's (Darrel Johnson) old school collection of Hits and Oldies." It is Terron's hope that his music will provide a new means for him to give back to his community. "I would like to give back to my school for teaching me all that I know, in addition to wanting to give back to my mother (Terrie Parker) and father (Donnie Parker) for there life of sacrifice and support." Terron is no stranger to the stage. "I feel at home on stage, so every stage I step foot on becomes my home during that performance." Terron has had the opportunity to perform at lounges, many different fashion shows and places in the community. Terron has plans to perform on bigger stages. As of now, other establishments he is working on his Album called "Love Again".