Meet our Artists
Shy Amos-Powell, known as ShySpeaks is an American hip hop and spoken word artist who was recently featured on Lecrae latest album "Let the Trap say Amen" produced by Zaytoven. She's shared the stage with Ludacris, Torey Lanez, Tye Tribbett, Jeezy, Mali Music, Rapsody of 9th Wonders Jamla Records, and Da' T.R.U.T.H. With her soulful voice, thoughtful lyrics and irrepressible confidence Shy is winning fans from San Francisco to the UK and nations in between. Her rhymes are brilliant, spiritual and introspective; she's on another level. Simply put, ShySpeaks is renaissance! As evident in her mission, “…to treat the words artist, advocate, and activist as one in the same”, the female lyricist is expanding her catalog of inspirational music and poetry to showcase a fresh, universal sound. Shy is a very proud native of Dallas, TX.
She has received several awards for her inspirational commitment to her musical craft, talent and community while setting an outstanding example as a young, gifted and talented woman in the music and business industries, including being the 5x recipient of 'Spoken Word Artist of the Year' from Dallas’ leading gospel radio station KHVN.
Christened as a quintessential renaissance voice Shy is sought after by some of today’s top recording artists and organizations for her songwriting, custom poetry, and speaking skills. When she is not in the studio recording, writing or performing live; she is at the helm of our nation's most plaguing political and socio economic issues as a advocate for literacy.
Shy highlights the ingredients of her success to her faith in God, hard work, family and dedication. She is committed to ensuring that her fans receive the best of her with her third upcoming project, "Dear Everybody" The Live Band Mixtape, releasing February 2019. People who care about hip-hop and the spoken arts are anticipating Shy's debut album with baited breath. Stay connected and up to speed on her latest news...by subscribing to her email newsletter.
Artist | Poet| Speaker
Fresh off of winning an NAACP award and Stellar award for his work on the hit OWN television show "GreenLeaf" season 2 soundtrack, Sean C. Johnson released his 8th album "Days Like This" in 2018. This is an album Sean calls his most important project to date. At first glance, one might not envision this former Air Force Staff Sergeant as a soul singer – no afro blowing in the wind and no “tortured genius” look. He does, however, have his own unique vibe - an unsuspecting and compassionate demeanor that produces a sound that draws you in. Sean offers music that lyrically takes the listener deep into the Word, flowing hypnotically over soul ballads and Hip Hop beats.
Sean's musical influences begin with Quartet legends like The Dixie Hummingbirds, The Fairfield Four, and The Canton Spirituals. Growing up in a family of singers (Mother was a music teacher) Sean spent Sunday dinners singing along to The Winans, The Clark Sisters, and Sam Cooke. As his musical palette expanded he begin to gravitate to soul-inspired artists such as D'Angelo, The Roots, John Legend, and Anthony Hamilton. Falling in love with the essence of these sounds, Sean melded these genres to form his own brand of soul music called Neoteric Soul. Sean C Johnson has received national recognition as a ground-breaking artist of his generation.
Being named as one of the top 10 best albums by Soultracks.com, receiving Album of the Year and Singer of the Year by Kingdom Choice Awards, and Album of the Year by Gospel Blue Mic Awards, Sean has already placed his mark in the music industry as an artist to pay close attention to. Sean C Johnson continues to create music that changes the hearers into doers and leaves a lasting impression on his fans. 2019 holds new music, tours and international shows! Sign up for his newsletter to stay connected to upcoming performances in your area.
Sean C. Johnson
Singer | Songwriter | Producer
As a single momma of a little girl born with Down syndrome, Feleceia has learned to believe in the power of perspective. Beauty can be formed from the most difficult situations. Her love for writing inspired her to not only author her first book, Lessons from Five Fingers: 21 Life Lessons from the Book of Zoe, but also led her to found Elisia Magazine, a quarterly digital lifestyle magazine that celebrates the diverse voice of the American woman. After an unsuccessful four-month search for looking for a job, she created her own. Founded in 2012, the Zoe Communications Agency is a creative content and brand management company that builds strategic marketing solutions for cities, communities and businesses like the City of DeSoto, the City of Hutchins, RISE Clothing, and the Midlothian Chamber of Commerce.
An accomplished award-winning singer and performer, Feleceia has performed on almost every professional theater stage in Dallas/Ft. Worth, and has been a teacher, choreographer and director for schools, churches and stages around the Metroplex for the last 15 years.
Ms. Benton holds two degrees from Texas Christian University, a graduate of the Leadership Southwest program, and is currently pursuing her Master’s degree in Public Leadership at UNT-Dallas. She also sits on a number of non-profit boards in Southern Dallas County. Feleceia is ultimately passionate about spreading her inspirational message of creativity, spirituality and empowerment through faith, hope and action.