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Jessica Dinae’ Little released her debut single, “I’m Yours,” on February 4, 2014, much to the excitement of her family and friends. The single is a song of surrendering to God’s will, and it is expected to be a blessing to all who hears and receives it. “I’m Yours” is certain to bring us all closer to God. Growing up in a talented musical family meant that Dinae’ was always surrounded by different forms of music. Her dad was a full-time musician and singer with various bands in the Atlanta area. Her parents exposed her to a wealth of music as a child, all of which influenced her development; however, she was primarily influenced by Gospel music. Dinae’s debut into gospel was when she directed the Greater New Hope Baptist Church choir at the age of five years old. Later she became one of the main directors and soloists of the church. She attended Pebble Brook High School of Performing Arts and earned her BM in Music Education with a concentration in vocal music from Shorter University.

Ultimate Entertainer & Entrepreneur New Orleans native CASME' (pronounced KAZ-MAY) is well on her way to becoming a household name. Shortly After moving to Atlanta,Ga. her Undeniable Talent, Refreshing Energy & Sweet Spirit has landed her a #1 Spot on ReverbNations Indie Charts, 5 nominations as ATL's Hottest Female Artist/Band & Future Star, 4x Winner of ATL's Face Off Band Battle as well as major opportunities to perform locally & worldwide with major artists...including BoB whom she toured with as a singer/dancer oversees in 2012. Casme' is a Singer, Songwriter, Actress, Dancer, Designer, Producer, Mentor & Motivational Speaker! Presently working on her Soul Album "Beautiful Noise", where she's breaking genre barriers and inspiring her listeners to live, love & enjoy life! Please visit her website WWW.CASMELIVE.COM for All Things CASME'!

Atlanta born and bred, Alexandra Jackson, is a singer, songwriter, musician, and arranger. The 80’s baby began appreciating music while just a toddler. At four, she began what would become ten years of classical piano training and two years of jazz piano. Her household was always filled with music from Earth, Wind & Fire and Johnny Hartman to Pavarotti and Michael Jackson.