Chris Moten

(Bebe Rexha, Chris Brown, D.R.A.M.)

Atlanta native, Chris Moten, is a classically trained pianist and self taught musician. As a teenager he played the organ in church on Sundays and during the week would sing, play drums and work alongside celebrated jazz artists in Atlanta’s nightclubs. Chris’ drive and talent soon opened doors that allowed him to collaborate with B.o.B., Kelly Rowland, Chris Brown, Bebe Rexha, Joe Jonas, Flo- Rida and D.R.A.M. Motivated by gospel and jazz music, Chris became recognized in the music community for creating a unique sound by blending different genres of music together. As a solo performer Chris is known for his charismatic, high-energy stage performances – if his fingers aren’t hitting the keys, his dreads are, as he bangs his head to whatever he’s playing, completely immersed in the musical experience.

Cassius Jay

Music Producer
(Migos, Cardi B, Future, Zaytoven)

Born and raised outside of Atlanta, Cassius Jay’s (born Josh Cross) first love of music came from inside the church. At age 15, Cassius began playing keys and soon developed a mastery for the instrument that led him to assume the role of musical director for his church, where Sunday mornings included riffs by Stevie Wonder. At the age of 20, Cassius traveled the world as music director for The-Dream. At age 22, Cassius’ world shifted when his father passed away. Seeking comfort, Cassius turned back to his religious roots, and prayer became the foundation for every move going forward. Soon, doors began to open and the hip-hop industry began to recognize his work – unique beats that demonstrate both a jazz and gospel influence. Cassius’ talent has allowed him to work with musicians such as Justin Beiber, Zaytoven, Party Next Door, Young Thug, Gucci Mane, Migos, and Future where he soon earned the name Trap Sinatra. Cassius produced the 2019 Grammy winning track “Drip” for Cardi B and Migos.

Devon “STIXX” Taylor

(Justin Bieber, PartyNextDoor, Kanye West)

Devon “STIXX” Taylor has always played drums – even in the womb his mother recalls him ‘kicking’ to the beat of songs. Devon grew up with his family outside of Atlanta, Georgia where his father was a pastor at their community Baptist church. It was in church that Devon first applied his drum skills; playing gospel music in the worship band. Whether it was air-drumming popular songs, watching drumming tutorial videos or playing at weekend church services, Devon did whatever he needed to do to nurture his talent. Inspired by his musical gifts, Devon’s church community supported his bridge to secular music where Devon continued to grow as a musician. After attending the Atlanta Institute of Music at the age of 22, Devon moved to Los Angeles and months later began to play with high-profile artists such as Rita Ora, Zendaya, Chrisette Michelle, Musiq Soulchild, PartyNextDoor and Justin Bieber. Devon feels blessed and thanks God everyday for his continued success and opportunity to do what he loves.

Roland “Digital Dope” Williams

Manager/ Executive Producer

Biography to come