GEORGIA W. GRAY
Singer, Songwriter, and Philanthropist
Georgia began singing on stage at the age of four years old. By the age of six she knew she wanted to be a professional singer when she grew up. She performed the leading role in the school operates throughout her junior school years and continued as a public singer throughout adulthood.
As a survival of domestic violence, Georgia created the program, “Overcoming Abuse,” in 1999, to lift the awareness of domestic violence in the community. She has appeared on television, newspaper and radio. She received the “Women Who Care” award for her work and services. Today, she has completed her first published book and recorded her first written song, both titled, “When I Found Love I Found Me,” to fulfill her goal of helping others to overcome abuse.
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Artist / Songwriter
Brandon Clay born in St. Rose, La also known as Bstreezy has showcased his talents both on and off stage. In 2007, his journey inside the music industry began. BStreezy earned his first placement on local radio station Q93, with single “Player for Life” featuring Raw Dizzy. The following year he repeated the same trend with another song titled “As You Wanna Be.” The most noticeable attribute that sets Bstreezy apart from other R&B artist is his ability to understand that fans are the most vital tool in the music business. Therefore, he is more concerned with the relationship that he has with the people who love his music.
Check out the hit single “Move Around” on iTunes