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Brian Vickers, a distinguished figure in the music industry, boasts a diverse career spanning over a decade, showcasing his versatility both in front of and behind the camera. Hailing from Birmingham, Alabama, and an alumnus of Howard University and Full Sail University, Brian has left an indelible mark on the entertainment landscape. His journey includes noteworthy roles at esteemed organizations such as The Recording Academy (NARAS), Bunim/Murray Productions, BMG Production Music, Hidden Beach Recordings, and Trailer Park, Inc. As a performer, Brian achieved acclaim as part of Afro-Blue on NBC's "The Sing-Off," sharing the stage with legends like Smokey Robinson and Bobby McFerrin. Currently serving as a Music Supervisor for The Walt Disney Studios' in-house theatrical marketing team, The Hive, Brian has contributed to blockbuster film campaigns, including Avengers: Infinity War, Star Wars: The Last Jedi, Black Panther: Wakanda Forever, and more. His extensive expertise in music performance, audio engineering, and music supervision positions him as a dynamic force in the industry, embodying the rich legacy of his alma maters.


Danielle René Clark (also known as “Danielle Withers”), is a highly sought after session singer, dancer, supporting vocalist and vocal contractor in Los Angeles, CA.


As a proud member of the SAG/AFTRA artists union, Danielle regularly performs on various notable tv, film, award show, video game, commercial and studio music projects.


She has toured with and/or done session work for many high profile artists, including: Justin Timberlake, Beyoncé, Ariana Grande, Usher, Alicia Keys, and many more!


Trusted by some of the most notable music directors in the industry, Danielle is also often tasked with contracting singers for various tours, award shows, tv shows, film, and sound recording projects. (Most recently assisting with the casting of the vocalists for Beyonce’s “Renaissance” tour.)


She is currently a supporting vocalist in the American Idol Houseband, on the ABC network.


Danielle is a featured soloist in the upcoming “The Color Purple” musical film, set for release in December.


Mariah Meshae Kamau is an LA-based artist and entrepreneur hailing from the DC Metropolitan area. With an impressive list of credits, Mariah is a multi-threat singer, songwriter, producer/composer, celebrity vocal coach, VO artist, and philanthropist.


Her musical journey started at a young age, taking piano lessons and singing in her church choir at the age of 3. Mariah's passion for music led her to study Music Composition and classical piano at Howard University, where she graduated summa cum laude.


In 2020, Mariah founded Everything Lovely Enterprises, a brand specializing in artist development, coaching, and management. As a celebrity vocal coach, she has worked with notable clients such as pop star recording artist Normani and rising star Shahadi Wright-Joseph (Us, Them). Mariah's unique approach to vocal studies and artist development focuses on the artist's mind, body, and spirit.


As a singer, Mariah has had incredible opportunities to showcase her talent. She has performed as a member of the Kanye West Sunday Service collective, taking on the lead role of Mary in his 2019 opera. Additionally, she has shared the stage with renowned artists such as Beyoncé, Iggy Azalea, Mya, Smokey Robinson, and Stevie Wonder. Mariah's diverse background in gospel, classical, jazz, and R&B allows her to seamlessly transition between various musical styles with authenticity and ingenuity.