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PRETTYMUCH, a five-piece boy band founded in 2016 (announced on Feb. 14th 2017), was created by Simon Cowell, with their debut single “Would You Mind” kick starting their career in mid 2017. Members include: Austin Porter, Brandon Arreaga, Nick Mara, Edwin Honoret and Zion Kuwonu. PRETTYMUCH is under the record labels Columbia Records and Syco. All members currently live in Los Angeles.
In September 2017, PRETTYMUCH released their second single “Teacher” which has been followed by singles “Open Arms” and “No More” which features Moroccan-born rapper French Montana.

2018 was highly eventful for PRETTYMUCH, featuring their first headlinging tour Funktion and the release of 7 singles. In the span of one month, two tracks were released: “10,000 Hours” on Valentine’s Day and teased track “Healthy” on March 16. These two singles were then put into PRETTYMUCH’s debut EP: PRETTYMUCH AN EP, which dropped on April 19, 2018. This introduced a never heard before song titled “On My Way” and “Hello,” which had been played at shows since late 2017 and became a single after the EPs release.

On the 21st of June, they released the single
“Summer on You” that features writing credits from Ed Sheeran. The latter half of 2018 saw three more singles from PRETTYMUCH: “Solita” featuring Rich the Kid in September, “Real Friends” in October and “Jello” in December.

After a short holiday break, PRETTYMUCH were back leasing music once again. January 2018 marked the release of “Blind,” a track that the band had been sitting on for almost a year.