Breeze the Voice, born Fabrice Clerger — is an R&B/Soul Singer and Songwriter who is no stranger to having his songs heard and connected to civic and social initiatives. His lyrics and passion for many causes are effortless matrimonies.
"With the changing landscape of music, the prominence of voices from the disenfranchised has become a lot more audible, none more so than Isatta Sheriff an MC, a rapper and songwriter who began in an era where pirate and unlicensed radio stations were the only place...
Jerome "JC" Collins is a Charlotte, NC based (Chicago, IL Native) singer/songwriter who can be described as a Soulful Tenor with vocal prowess. His ability to deliver heartfelt singing translates into powerful listening experiences for all who have heard him perform over the past fifteen years. Jerome "JC" Collins is a visual writer who loves to take his listeners on a journey as he uses metaphors and poetic expressions to tie each song together.
Che Rhenosonce, born Momotee Doe, hails from Brooklyn, NY. The diversity of the artists who have influenced him -- including Joe Budden, Jay-Z, Brian McKnight, Stevie Wonder, and the late Michael Jackson -- are some of the many factors that make his lyrical approach and overall musical style resonate
Every since the first solo given to her by the church music director, the purpose of Monica’s voice was apparent. Whether it was a song in an elementary school play or a smaller part in church ensemble, many say the gift of the anointing always found a way to shine through.
Hip-Hop is a culture that thrives on self-expression and individuality and emceeing is an art form created to add a voice to that self-expression and individuality. This is the mindset that Mikhael Sampson had when he started The Elements at Richland Northeast High School in 2002.