New Local Song About Cleveland and the Browns Gains Traction

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Local musician and entrepreneur Dan the Man. - COURTESY OF DAN THE MAN
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  • Local musician and entrepreneur Dan the Man.
A locally based musician and fashion designer, Dan “the Man” Williams wears many hats. Williams, who serves on the board of the American Hemp Bio Farmers Association, is the Founder Chairman President and CEO of the boutique executive search firm, Solomon Abraham and Associates.

He’s also a recording artist, and all of his music can be found on the major streaming platforms.



Williams’ latest single, "Believe’Land USA," a tribute to Cleveland and the Browns, has received more than 20,000 YouTube views since it was released earlier this month. Williams says the track is the unofficial theme song for the Cleveland Browns.

In addition, you can find Williams’ new line of luxury sustainable fashion in stores later this year. Follow Dan the Man (@realdanwilliams) for more updates.


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