Grammy Award-winning gospel singer who has worked with choirs including The Family and One Nation Crew. Also a choir leader, he is best known for running the group God's Property. He had a mainstream crossover hit with the song "Stomp."
His grandmother collected aluminum cans so that he could take piano lessons. His first record deal offer was extended to him when he was seven years old.
He became the music Director of the Mount Rose Baptist Church Adult Choir when he was eleven years old.
He married Tammy Collins on January 20, 1996 and he has four children, Kennedy, Kerrion, Carrington and Caziah.
His gospel choir God's Property collaborated with Cheryl James of Salt-N-Pepa on the well-received track "Stomp," which was played on MTV.