Justin Bieber's Stereotypes Are Now Jon Mcxro

With countless chart topping singles under their belt (Far East Movement, Justin Bieber, Ne-Yo and many others), the LA based hit makers Stereotypes are now morphing into Jon Mcxro (pronounced like the tennis great) and readying their debut album, 'The Fifth of Never,' to be released on November 8th via their label imprint Stereotypes Music.

Jon Mcxro is an acronym made from its lead members' names. Comprised of Stereotypes (Jon Street, RayRo and Jerm Beats), along with their artist Three (government last name McDaniel), Jon Mcxro are bringing the fun back to music with their lead single, 'Lego.' The sonically futuristic song features a contagious hook and is an undeniable hit.

Jon Street explains, "We took a newly popular term for 'Let's Go' and ran with it, and had fun. It's an invitation to our world." When watching the accompanying video, their world is filled with bright colors, block letters and cameos from their artists Far East Movement, Sterling Simms and friend D.A. from Chester French.

Lego is just a sneak peek into what's to come. The 9-track album, which Billboard Magazine called a "mix of party songs and feel good music, reminiscent of hip hop's golden era of the 90's," will be released for free and is comprised of features from guests Miguel, Sterling Simms and Chester French. RayRo says, "The album title is a term we frequently use, and when asked when wewere going to start our project, our reply was always, 'on the 5th of never'." What started out as a fun, experimental passion project for the guys will now finally see the light of day for music lovers to enjoy.

The Fifth Of Never Tracklisting (All Songs Produced By Stereotypes Except Where Noted):
1. Pop Music
2. Help
3. Girlfriend (Produced By Pop Wansel)
4. Lego
5. Hello (Co-Produced By Ra Charm)
6. Give It Up Featuring Miguel
7. She Be Workin
8. Mercy Featuring D.A. Of Chester French
9. That's Right Featuring Sterling Simms (Co-Produced By Ra Charm)

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