Iceland native and current Charlottean, Jason JetPlane has rooted himself in the niche musical style of indie-soul with a sound that transcends a sensual, trance-like and captivating hold over listeners. Gifted with an impressive tenor voice and lyricism skill, and equipped with advanced production prowess. JetPlane has shared stages with the likes of Anthony Hamilton, Dwele, Eric Roberson, Sunshine Anderson, and Dj 9th Wonder.
Curtis Hayes, who is best known as Curt Keyz began his musical journey at the age of three years old. It is in his home church in the small town of Great Falls, South Carolina that he started playing the drums. Receiving inspiration from his Uncle and his Quartet Group, Curt Keyz decided to journey beyond the beat and to seep into the heart of music, in which he first discovered the piano at age sixteen. After arriving at Winthrop University, Curt Keyz began to perfect the clarity of his music; since his inception, he has released three singles in 2017 and 2018, and a Christmas CD and EP in 2015.
“Charlotte’s own singer-songwriter, rapper, producer, and renaissance artist, Greg Cox is back and this time he’s brought the choir with him. Since his latest solo project, ETC. dropped late last year, Cox hasn’t slowed down. ETC. not only turned heads and ears, but culminated in an invitation to collaborate with the iconic Kirk Franklin on the song “Strong God” for Franklin’s album Long Live Love. A co-sign from such an enormous figure has clearly encouraged and strengthened Cox’s resolve and it’s evident in his latest single, “Good Day,” an inspirational anthem that breathes love, life and positivity.” – Jose Mujica, CLTure