That Britt Frappier would develop into a world-class vocalist is no accident. In fact, it was preordained by a higher power. Britt comes from a musical family that is deeply ensconced in the Motown tradition of cutting edge music. She cut her teeth singing gospel of the highest order under the tutelage of her father, the man behind Detroit’s first family of Gospel, the Clark Sisters. And Britt’s mother, a first-call studio and live vocalist, was there to mold Britt’s vocals to perfection through her formative years. At age 13 Britt began writing, making demos, and singing background vocals and to date has performed live as a background vocalist for El DeBarge, Musiq Soulchild, Faith Evans, Kelly Price, Fantasia, Dorinda Clark-Cole, Jean Carne, and Dwayne Wiggins of Tony Toni Tone Fame.


If you met André Frappier on the street he’d probably tell you he’s just your average guy. The humble Detroit native isn’t one to flex, but that’s probably because he doesn’t have to. He’s worked alongside some of the most successful musical acts of the last two decades (Rihanna, Bieber, Chris Brown, Ne-Yo, Ariana Grande, J Dilla, Young Jeezy, P diddy, to name a few). This musical monster is a gift to younger generations that grew up in an era where musicianship has all but been forgotten, and a pleasant reminder to older generations that the art form is still alive and well. But before his musical prowess propelled him to the world’s biggest stages, André was performing in the backyards of his hometown, Detroit, Michigan.