By COLE REIF
Great Bend Post
Blayne Buehler, or Blayne B. as he is known, became interested in music around the age of 12 when he started recording hip-hop music. Recording covers of Eminem is his love of music and producing all started.
The 2017 graduate of Great Bend High School is now signed to a major record label producing and creating music for a living.
"I just started making music because I was bored," said Buehler. "Over time, I became more and more in tune with it and kept going."
When he was 16 years old, Buehler was involved with a couple of albums that received millions of streams online. He continued to evolve his sound and his singing abilities to the point that music industry officials were reaching out to him.
During his senior year at Great Bend High School, Buehler took the online option for classes so he could focus more on his music. Moving out to Los Angeles for eight months last year, he continued to work on his music projects before moving back to Kansas last September.
"I was really an internet kid in high school, but my uncle Brent does local shows," said Buehler. "He influence me some, but it was mostly me being on the internet and connecting with people that inspired me to create a lot."
This past April, Blayne B. signed with his first major label, Cleopatra Records. Cleopatra is a Los Angeles-based independent record label.
Hear Eagle Radio's interview with Blayne B. below...