International pop artist George Hodos will be making his United States debut with the release of his new single "Just A Man" featuring Snoop Dogg on May 4th.
The featured single is currently positioned at #32 on Billboard's Nextmusic Charts, and can been seen topping others including Billboard's Mike Bordes Sprint Radio Alltel Playlist, and Promo-only Charts.
George Hodos, working alongside Los Angeles-based producers "The Alumni", is scheduling to release his second full-length effort titled George Hodos-Just A Man through Universal Music Group.
Drawing on influences such as Tina Turner, Michael Jackson, and Whitney Houston, the album will mark the artist's first North American release.
George Hodos began showcasing his talents at an early age, travelling throughout his native Russia in the children's opera "The Garden". It is from this platform where his voice began attracting the attention of his peers, and he was offered several scholarships to the prestigious "Russian Academy of Theatre Arts", where he graduated at the top of his class with honors. Dubbed in his home country as "The Voice", it is there where George released his debut album of the same name. The featured single "Where Do I Go" topped the Russian charts landing him in Radio, VH1, Musicbox as well as several magazine covers including Russia's version of "Entertainment Weekly", MK Magazine's "Top 50 Men of Russia", and a spread in Playboy Magazine. George now looks to break into the United States through his upcoming new album George Hodos-Just A Man.