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Born in Harbor City, California, Ebony Laurent grew up with a love of music, in the city of Gardena. By the tender age of 5, Ebony was encouraged by her paternal grandmother- “Grandma Ruby”, to showcase her budding vocal ability at various church functions and local showcases. With the support of her parents, she continued to pursue her interests and began to excel as a young artist. She went on to sing in 3 R&B singing group: EAZ; Colors and Infinity, where she wrote and co-wrote all of the songs for the groups and performed in several major venues and clubs, throughout Southern California. Eventually moving to Atlanta, Georgia in 2010, Ms. Laurent was immediately cast in the hit musical stage play “Little Black Girl’s Blues”; where she not only carried a strong supporting role but also, co-wrote 90% of the production’s songs. Inspired by God, her family and friends and with sweet sounding vocals, comparative to the likes of veteran greats: Stephanie Mills & Denise Williams, she is in the beginning stages of working on her debut CD, collaborating with producers Elijah Prime and Raymond Woods. Ebony Laurent is swiftly becoming an accomplished singer, songwriter, actress and all-around performer, who is committed to doing better than her best and definitely the newest one to watch out for!
"I'M YOURS" (snippet) - EBONY LAURENT
KHIRY "THA YOUNG PROD'G"
Coming from a long line of visual and performance artists, with his mother being an accomplished writer, poet, vocalist, actress and former dancer and his father a former choreographer and rap artist, Khiry Tha Young Prod’G was destined for stardom. Growing up in a music filled environment, Khiry developed a love for old-school 70’s R&B and rock music, with some of his favorite music artists being: Earth, Wind & Fire, Michael Jackson, Lupe Fiasco; Outkast and Tyler the Creator; and acting influences being Michael J. Fox, Bill Cosby and Atlanta’s own Freddie Hendricks. An alumni member of the Youth Ensemble of Atlanta, Khiry is no stranger to the stage. In June 2004, he debuted (at just age 9) as the youngest act to perform at the popular Club Vinyl, as a solo vocalist and hip-hop artist; opening up for the rock band “Crop Circle” and in October 2004, he made his theatrical debut, performing in the holiday musical “Urban Holiday Soup” and has since went on to star in productions such as: “West Side Story”, “The Amen Corner” and the 1st ever all high school production of “The Color Purple”. Musically, “Young Prod” has been honing his skills as a classical vocalist, hip-hop artist, spoken word artist and music producer; also forming the new collective of young hip-hop/soul music artists through his company “Geek House Productions”. Even in his teen years, Mr. Wade proves to be a very gifted and talented soul that clearly lives up to his name: Khiry Tha Young Prod’G!
"TELL ME" - KHIRY THA YOUNG PROD'G