Past Clients:

It takes more than one person behind you in order to make it.
We have helped Artists in many ways such as Management, Recording, Promotion, Distribution, and Broadcasting.
What do you want to do?
Record labels want artists that are ready to sign!
Labels want to see your investment in you before they invest in you.
We help get you seen, heard and Signed.
Here are a few of the people who we have helped.

We paid our dues.

2 Live Crew: The Manager basically pushed us harder than we wanted.

50 Cents: Do not let his suit fool you. The Manager can be more street than the hardest thug.

Akon: The Manager made me do things that I did not want to do creatively and I am happy he did.

Al Sharpton: If you hire The Manager then let The Manager do his thing for you.

Alicia Keys: I have to thank The Manager for the introduction to Prince, but I still play better keyboards.

Andre Benjamin: When The Manager came to Atlanta, we did not know what to expect.

Angel Kelly: It was good to work with The Manager on the 2Pac video called How Do You Want It?

Anthony Anderson: I did my first demo tape with him and The Manager made sure that my timing was on.

Aretha Franklin: The Manager has learned a lot and he teaches a lot to anybody who wants to learn.

We paid our dues.

Babyface: The Manager was with us when we were in the band called The Deal.

Berry Gordy: The Manager was a great student that makes him a great leader.

Beyonce: The Manager is a hard man to work with, but The Manager knows his stuff.

Birdman: The Manager came through the south and helped us out. We owe a lot to The Manager.

Bobby Brown: The Manager and Teddy Riley helped me with my first song My Prerogative.

Brandy: The way The Manager played bass on my song and that makes him a very special person.

Brian McKnight: The Manager and Jermaine DuPree are 2 of the hardest working people in the industry.

Busta Rhymes: The Manager did my first video and The Manager is been on point ever since.

We paid our dues.

Canibus: When The Manager introduced me to The Fugees, I knew The Manager was serious.

Charli Baltimore: The Notorious B.I.G. introduced me to The Manager because he rough, ruthless and real.

Chris Rock: I went into his studio to record and He said I was not funny. I am happy he told me.

Chris Tucker: Most people think that I am funny, but I am real serious when it comes to business and so is The Manager.

Chuck D: The Manager did some amazing things with our producers, but The Manager really focused his thoughts on our music.

Clive Davis: The Manager is one of my greatest students.

Common: The Manager has got me work where I did not think I would get work, like movies and commercials.

We paid our dues.

Dangelo: The Manager is definitely like my first hit Brown Sugar, and also The Manager is bitter sweet, because he keeps it real.

Diana Ross: The Manager learned to be consistent because consistency pays off.

Dick Clark: When he came to me, he said he knew nothing and people tell me he knows everything.

DJ Quik: He knows about distribution & broadcasting. The Manager went from being competition to being a great associate.

DJ-Kay Slay: When I got out, The Manager got me on. When I got on, The Manager put me up.

DMX: The Manager has always been there for me, and he is helped me be Dark Man X.

Don Cornelius: I taught The Manager about syndication and advertising and I am happy that The Manager is successful.

Don King: The Manager is proven to be one of my best students and a person I highly recommend you have on your team.

Donald Trump: I taught The Manager what he needs to know about getting money, spending money.

Donna Karen: The Manager understands about distribution and he is the sweetest thing after 9 p.m.

Donnell Jones: I was happy to see The Manager in Atlanta, but he no joke when you get to New York.

Dr. Dre: His beats are dope and I like his style.

Drag-On: The Manager will support you if you will stay focused and determined.

You have to put in the work.

E-40: It is nice to see somebody from the East support everybody from the West. This dude is true.

Eazy E: The Manager always kept business real with me.

Ed Lover: The Manager showed me how to get syndicated.

Eddie Murphy: Most people do not know how much influence The Manager has over what we see and hear.

Eminem: I Do not like the way The Manager talks to me, but The Manager has never been wrong to me.

Eve: When The Manager got at me in Philly, I did not take him serious. When DMX told me The Manager was the one, it is been on and cracking since then.

Fabolous: The Manager is one of Harlems finest, and he is all about business.

Fat Joe: The Manager shows what promotion was about from Digging in the Crates crew to getting Big Pun.

Foxy Brown: I had to prove to The Manager that I could do it and he proved to me that it could be done.

Funk Master Flex: The Manager proved to me that I could make so much money in broadcasting.

You have to put in the work.

Ghost Face Killer: The Manager is one of the realest cats in the industry.

Ginuwine: If The Manager says it is going to get done, it is going to get done.

Grand Puba: The Manager and Red Alert have supported us in more ways than one. And The Manager always keeps it real.

Ice Cube: Once I left NWA The Manager was one of the first cats to hit me from New York and has kept it real ever since.

Ice T: The Manager helped get me to Warner Brothers and then The Manager helped get me on TV.

Irv Gotti: It does not matter if it is Ja Rule, Geronimo, DMX or any other artist I brought The Manager, The Manager helped make them happen.

James Brown: I am not the hardest working man in show business no more, The Manager might be.

Janet Jackson: I have to thank Terry Lewis, Jimmy Jam and The Manager.

Janet Jacme: As small as I was The Manager helped make me big.

Ja Rule: I met The Manager as a kingdom hall and I had no idea I would meet a cat like that there.

Jay Z: I use to go to his Studio on Marcy and Willoughby and The Manager would make me do my vocals over and over and over and over.

Jennifer Lopez: The Manager is so real; from the Bronx to In Living Color to the introduction to Puffy. It hurts to not have The Manager on my team anymore.

Jermaine Dupree: The Manager could have stayed in Atlanta after the success of Kriss Kross and Da Brat.

Jill Scott: The Manager follows orders and makes you follow orders.

You have to put in the work.

Kanye West: The Manager told me I could do a lot of stuff myself and I am doing it.

Kat Williams: The Manager is not funny, I am funny, and The Manager is not funny.

K-CI: The Manager and Puffy are two of the hardest working people in show business. The Manager just Do not party.

Kirk Franklin: We are all blessed to lead and I was blessed to follow.

KRS ONE: The Manager and Scott La Rock showed me that we were going to make it and we did.

Lauryn Hill: Working with The Manager is both pleasure and pain, you hate to admit it but you love to do it.

Lexington Steel: The Manager makes it easy to work because he is always on point.

Lil Kim: The Manager reminded me of my place. The Manager seems to always keep me there.

Lil Wayne: I did not want to stay where I was and The Manager made sure that we did not.

Ludacris: I love it when he used to come by the station pumping up somebody that I never heard of.

Luke Skywalker: The Manager helped us blow up 125th street in Harlem and 125th street in Miami.

Luther Vandross: The Manager always made me do things that I did not want to do and now I am happy.

You have to put in the work.

Mac 10: I like the fact that The Manager represented the West Side without that East Side bullshit.

Mad Lyon: KRS introduced me to The Manager and I was so happy we met.

Mariah Carey: The Manager is on point and that is what hurts.

Martin Lawrence: The Manager reminded me all the time of timing and preparation.

Mary J. Blige: The Manager kept making me do better and I am happy that The Manager did.

Master P: I met The Manager when I did Bout It Bout It and The Manager is definitely Bout it, bout it.

Maxwell: The Manager allowed me to stay smooth and The Manager brings business to everything he does.

Mc Hammer: The Manager said once we make a million I am out, and he kept his promise.

Mc Lyte: In the beginning, it was The Manager and a camera and a studio.

Method Man: Ralph McDaniels and The Manager helped get us seen when people did not want to see us.

Michael Jackson: The Manager really does not care how the job gets done as long as it gets done, and I love that about The Manager.

Missy Elliott: The Manager told me to be different when in a group, now I am different and out the group.

Monica: I am happy that The Manager introduced us to Arista Records.

Mya: The Manager was the only one who did not say, little girl you cannot do it.

Mystikal: The Manager told me to be loud and that is what I am.

We put in the work!

Nas: When Columbia Records heard about me, they did not even know where Queens Bridge was.

Nate Dogg: The Manager is real good in the studio and twice as fast.

Nelly: The Manager belongs in New York but he blew up the spot when The Manager came to St. Louis.

Noreaga: The Manager was joking when he said the song should be called what but the song ended up being a hit.

Old Dirty Bastard: The Manager helped me and the Brooklyn Zoo get on the map.

Oprah: The Manager is marvelous to work with as long as he does not have to fly into Chicago.

Patra: The Manager is crazy to work with.

Patti Labelle: The Manager was a good guitar player on my first solo album, and he is just marvelous to work with.

Paul Mooney: The Manager is real about everything that he does.

P-Diddy: Harlems best is represented by a few people, and The Manager is one of them.

Pepa: The Manager and Love bug gave me and Salt a chance.

Pete Rock: The Manager is a good producer and a better businessman.

Pras: The Manager kept us focused in the studio, onstage, and on tour.

Prince: There is too much to say about The Manager.

We put in the work!

Q-Tip: The Manager and Red Alert helped us in more ways than one.

Queen Latifah: What The Manager did for me in the beginning is one of the reason is I am still here now.

Queen Pen: The Manager and Teddy Riley kept me focused on business and music.

Quincy Jones: The Manager is one of my best students.

R. Kelly: The Manager will make you do different things and make those different things work for you.

Raekown: Wutang Clan got a lot of our direction from The Manager.

Rakim: The Manager and Stevie Blass gave Eric B and me a foundation.

Ray Charles: Cannot you see that The Manager is all about business?

Redman: The Manager was in Harlem and I was in Jersey, and we made it work.

Reverend Run: Russell, Rueben and The Manager equal the roof, the revolver and the river.

Rhianna: The Manager and Jay-z said it was easy to be successful in the business.

Ron G: We both shared the success because of our names.

Ron Isley: The Manager stayed in the studio and learned all of the tricks.

Rick Ross: The Manager is totally street when it comes to business.

Ricky Martin: The Manager came to Puerto Rico and set it off.

Russell Simmons: We told our friends and family that we would change the world and we did.

RZA: The Manager helped teach me about Sampling, Music and Business.

We put in the work!

Sade: The Manager is a great sound engineer.

Salt: Herby Love Bug and The Manager gave me and Pepa a chance.

Sean Paul: The Manager is Rough, Rugged and raw when it comes to the music business.

Shaggy: The Manager made us laugh and then he made us cry, but it was not me.

Sharika: The Manager is so disciplined when it comes to music.

Shyne: Thanks for the hook-up.

Slick Rick: The Manager and Doug E Fresh said work had to be done and they did it.

Snoop Dog: Between The Manager and Dre, they know how to do the damn thang.

Spike Lee: The Manager kept a lot of us focused when we did the movie She is got to Have It

Spindarella: The Manager represents Harlems finest.

Spontaneous Ecstasy: What we did in Japan can only be seen on DVD.

Steve Harvey: The Manager is not funny when it comes to business.

Stevie Wonder: The Manager has a real good ear and real good sense of fair business.

Swiss Beats: The Manager is one of the hardest working cats in Hip-Hop.

Business is now about being popular.

T.I.: You have to pay The Manager when you are in Atlanta.

Ted Turner: The Manager is one of my favorite Students.

Teddy Riley: The Manager helped get the both of us out of Harlem.

Timberland: I use to love that trip from Virginia to New York to get sounds from The Manager.

Toni Braxton: The Manager and Babyface have a formula that they work with and it works.

Too Short: The Manager is one of the realist cats when it comes to business.

Treach: People told me I use to rap fast; The Manager told me people will get use to you.

Tupac: The Manager told me I would sound better doubling my voice, The Manager was right.

Tyra Banks: The Manager did more than just the songs for my show.

Tyrese: In my first commercial, The Manager said do what you do and do not change.

Usher: I thank my moms, JD, and The Manager.

Vanessa Del Rio: The Manager always on, always up, and always exciting to work with.

Wesley Snipes: The Manager is one of the realest cats on the scene that you do not see.

Whitney Houston: Bobby likes The Manager, Clive likes The Manager and I like The Manager.

Will Smith: Jazzy Jeff and The Manager would keep me in the studio until I got it right.

Wyclef Jean: You better believe in what you do when you work with The Manager because The Manager will make it happen.

Business is Business.

Usher: I thank my moms, JD, and The Manager.

Vanessa Del Rio: The Manager always on, always up, and always exciting to work with.

Wesley Snipes: The Manager is one of the realest cats on the scene that you do not see.

Whitney Houston: Bobby likes The Manager, Clive likes The Manager and I like The Manager.

Will Smith: Jazzy Jeff and The Manager would keep me in the studio until I got it right.

Wyclef Jean: You better believe in what you do when you work with The Manager because The Manager will make it happen.

Advice on making it!

You can do a lot by yourself. Put in the work. 

Do you need someone to represent you?

Focus on what you want and let us help you.

Do you have what it takes?

Do you have the song, the image, the video and more?

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