Producer/Engineer Christopher Valentne
Chris (Woodz) Valentine
Chris Valentine has worked with many popular and up-and-coming artists across several musical genres. He recently produced the album, "They Call Me Big New York", by Smooth Jazz artist Christian de Mesones, and a host of singles from the forthcoming “You Only Live Twice”, which includes the Billboard #1 Radio Airplay single, “Hispanica (Instrumental)” featuring legendary pianist Bob James. Chris also produced the remix to Amerie's track, “Fall in Love”, and Yorrelle Paul’s Album, “Feels Like Love”, along with the track “Heaven”, from her last album, “The Mood Ring”. Chris is the producer behind NBA basketball player Ron Artest’s “Fever” track, and also worked with gospel singer Everett Silver, producing the track, “I am God” on the “Gift of Love” album. To listen to some of his work, please click the links below.
(They Call Me Big NY) https://music.apple.com/us/album/they-call-me-big-new-york/1499245127
(Yorrelle Pauls Feel Like Love) https://open.spotify.com/artist/2dqxwLaV8OVQiV6CWFqgnM?si=3HkwooY1SPC6f1pRKRAIug&nd=1
(Fever By Ron Artest) https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=B8QdTW5SNFA&t=38s
(Everett Silver Gift Of Love Albmum) https://music.apple.com/us/artist/everett-silver/22014093
Producer & Engineer Jentry Harrelson
Intrigued by sounds and how they were made, Jentry was introduced to music and engineering at an early age and has been a music producer/engineer for 25 years. As an Electrical Engineering graduate of Morgan State University, Jentry specialized in signal processing, with graduate work in digital signal processing at George Washington University in Washington, DC. A product of North Phoebus Community Center in Hampton Virginia (Bradley Center), Jentry has produced for many artists of multiple genres while incorporating his business sense to partner and formulate That 555 LYFE, LLC.
Producer/Engineer Mark Newman-aka Markazzbeats
Mark Newman is a native Washingtonian who has lived life to the fullest, becoming a part of numerous Go-Go bands that began in his N.E. DC neighborhood. After his Go-Go days, Mark reinvented himself as St. Mark, a gospel rapper. He was part of the first BET gospel rap artist showcase and later released an album, "Knocking at Your Door". Mark also became a part of the Dove Award winning William Becton and Friends and has been featured on other artists’ songs as well. After his rap career, Mark decided to cross over into production work with Chris Woodz Valentine, performing nearly every genre of music.