With the release of “Fire”, Booke takes some of the best parts of several genres and builds a sound all his own. 

Lush with addictive melodies, touches of nostalgic synthwave, and an infectious energy, the record boasts the aesthetic of synth-pop anthems. 

Available until Cinco de Mayo 2022


“FIRE” by BOOKE is a fresh banger released from Booke touches on a smooth retro-pop style and keeps a fresh synth influenced approach as it mends together a series of vibrant hooks to create a powerhouse summer single. 

“Fire” is pure, 100% unstoppable pop music and it gives the feeling of a neon lit Maimi sunset, cruising with the top down at dusk with the crisp ocean air surrounding you. 

This release is perfect for the club or a house party for sure and its colorful array of synth textures and vocal melodies get you in the right mood, right quick. 

This is a feel good, danceable single and it will have you shaking your ass in your seat and singing along with that chorus by the second time around.

“Fire” features Jalito who lays down a little extra fire during the tracks rap bridge and it works like a charm as it breaks right back into that chorus and gets you a bit more riled up. 

This one should be turned way up no matter where you are. 


Booke’s story came to be with songwriter Byron Booker who, at the age of 4, knew he wanted to be an artist.  Watching and learning the moves of Michael Jackson along with singing Prince songs was just the beginning for Booke. 

After As things progressed, he eventually joined the School Choir and mastered choral singing as he performed in front of thousands with a full orchestra in German, Italian, Latin and more.

Finding himself inspired by the lives of people like Berry Gordy, the founder Motown Records, he realized it was time to jump in and start his music career in the boardroom rather than on stage. 

Producing, consulting, and representing artists for years, Booker has had the opportunity of working with the likes of Brandy, Diddy, Snoop Dog, Chris Brown, Rihanna, Flo Rida, and so many more. 

All through his entrepreneurship he kept his creative flow and never really stopped writing music himself.