Clayt was originally from Newport News, Virginia, and developed a passion for music, which led him in 2014 to move to Atlanta, Georgia, after he’d made a name for himself in his local area. He was able to make a fresh start in one of hip hop’s hottest cities, and nowadays strives to use themes of art in his writing, sharing positive influences with the youth.
Preacher and award-winning singer songwriter Joshua Israel is also a devoted husband and proud father of seven children. He grew up surrounded by music in the church with a father who was also muscially inclined, and he started singing in the choir, and playing drums in the church band, while still a child. At the age of 19 Joshua started leading the worship ministry, and writing his own songs, with an inspirational message of hope, and to remind people they are loved.
‘Ultimate Collection’ commemorates the 15 years since Katie Melua released her debut album, ‘Call Off The Search’, which topped the charts and set her on course to become the best selling female artist in the UK and Europe of 2006. The album contains 30 songs from her 7 studio albums, as well as her cover of ‘Fields Of Gold’, which she recorded in 2017 as the Children In Need single, and two brand new recordings – ‘Diamonds Are Forever’, synonymous with Shirley Bassey and James Bond; and the Simon and Garfunkel classic, ‘Bridge Over Troubled Water’.
Christopher Ian Brooker, who performs as Where Are We, is a multi-instrumentalist, producer, and songwriter from Atlanta, Georgia, and has been producing and releasing music for over a decade. His latest track, ‘Not My President’, is a contemporary electronic protest song, with a unique blend of indie rock and EDM.