Studies regarding the recrystallization texture of brass alloys are quite complex. Previous experiments showed that the addition of the alloying elements on brass alloys affect the deformation mechanism and texture development. Alloying elements promoted the inhomogeneous deformation and resulted in a heterogeneous microstructure. During annealing, the new grains form around the shear band area and develop the random texture. This research studied the effect of Mn addition on the recrystallization characteristics and texture development of Cu-29Zn alloys. The Cu-Zn-xMn alloys were produced by gravity casting with a dimension of 110x110x6 mm3. The feeding material includes pure Cu, Zn, and Mn. The as-homogenized samples were then cold-rolled with the level of deformation of 70 % and followed by an annealing process at temperatures of 400, 500, and 600oC. Samples characterization includes chemical composition analysis, microstructure observation, hardness testing, and texture measurement. The results showed that the addition of Mn tended to reduce the rate of recrystallization and grain growth. At 70% deformation, Mn addition promoted the formation of brass and Goss texture. The presence of Mn also influenced the formation of recrystallization and annealing texture.