Natalie Carr is a singer/songwriter from Stamford, CT, who is currently based out of Charlotte, NC. Carr got her start learning to play piano and guitar at a young age and turned to writing her own lyrics as she grew up.
'Why Oh Why' by Casey was inspired by a time when the artist was failing to pay loans for school because all the money he had went on creating music. The artist admits, 'I was too stubborn to ask for help with my payments, and I was also struggling with my grades'.
As a music artist who grew up in Harlem, Pace Brown started playing different instruments at a very early age. His family not only loved his work but also encouraged him to indulge in different music styles and types.
Since Josh Kab's song 'Fall' was originally too long, he had to break it down into multiple parts. Part one concentrates on falling for someone but not knowing how they feel in return and hoping for the best.
Born in Washington D.C. in the mid 70's, Desmond Parson's interest in music peaked at the age of 4 when his grandmother would play albums by Gladys Knight and Teddy Pendergrass. However, it was one artist in particular that would forever change his understanding of music, Stevie Wonder.
From British Columbia, Zenyth The Architect is a Canadian music producer, DJ, and recording artist. Since 2009, he has been experimenting with different genres. After 10 years of testing, he has finally found the sound he was looking for.
Hailing from Fairmont, NC, Infinity Sioné has a multifaceted background in music. Starting at the age of 3, she was introduced to gospel, R&B and Hip Hop from her father / manager and one of her late grandfathers.
Born in Colorado, Denver Rapper SUPERLOVE (John Morse) has released his debut album HEARTPORN and is raising ears all over the globe. His style is a mashup of different genres, always leaving the listener hungry for more.
Midnite Blu is a hip-hop/R&B artist from Tallahassee, Florida but based out of Seattle, Washington. Midnite Blu's love for music started as early as the age of 7 years old when he learned how to play the drums.
20-year-old producer Alex Silver is from New York, but has plans to move to Los Angeles to pursue his dreams in music. With no label or manager, Alex produces his hip-hop and R&B albums by himself.