Some Mystique Music is the home of writer/producer Brian Cosby. As an Atlanta native and son of a classically trained vocalist, music has always been a part of his life. Gladly taking his role as the man behind the music, he enjoys utilizing his writing and production skills to introduce vocal talents to the world.
Some Mystique Music was founded by Cosby in his hometown of Atlanta, Georgia. The company consists of two subsidiaries, Some Mystique Music-Publishing and Some Mystique Music-Productions.
Some Mystique Music-Publishing is a part of BMI, a performing rights organization. Cosby and Some Mystique Music were awarded best song in a BMI competition judged by industry professionals. Also, Cosby wrote and produced a song that was performed during the Olympics hosted in Atlanta, Georgia—identifying him and the company as a definite talent in the industry.
The company continues to grow, developing other gifted songwriters, producers, and vocalists, especially as businessmen and women. To further reach his goal of exposing talent and inspiring others through song, Some Mystique Music has made independent releases like the soulful jazz release featuring the vocals of Sonya McGuire that were well-received not only in the United States but in other countries such as the United Kingdom, Poland, Turkey, New Zealand, Italy, Belarus, Canada, Australia, and more.
It was an absolute honor that the song “We Are One,” which was written and produced by Cosby, was used as the theme song for the annual Kingdom Covenant Connection unity walk. Cosby has written and produced the BDS and Media Base charting debut singles for Curtis Johnson and Silletthia Hill. He has also facilitated the introduction of and mentoring of Marcus Gresham, Voice participant, Apollo winners, and recording artists—ranging from country and hip hop to gospel and more. From product jingles and talk show theme music to an ever-growing catalog of music from country to dance music and everything in between, the sky is the limit.
There are many in this industry that choose to dwell in the shadows as “Ghost Writers and Producers” for many reasons, but still have the satisfaction of the appreciation of their work from the public, absent the personal recognition.
“When it’s all said and done, I’d like to be remembered as a writer that had something to say, something that inspired, had meaning and value to people.”
– Brian Cosby