2005 – present (15 years)
- Justin Zych
When looking for the ultimate entertainer, we often seek one who can command the stage with just a stance and also sway an audience into a trance with just one look. This entertainer will have the amazing vocal ability along with the dancing skills that makes everyone want to get up and move! This is exactly what Zephaniah delivers through his music and performances. Your ultimate entertainer has been found.
There are no words that describe Zephaniah better than phenomenal. The Cleveland, Ohio native’s innovative style between Pop and R&B helps his sound resonate with all music lovers around the world. His voice can seduce your ears with his falsetto range in one song and evokes your deepest emotions through his strong and passionate vocals in another.
Zephaniah was introduced to music at a very young age. With an influence of pop, soul, jazz, Broadway and classical music, Zephaniah was taking in every musical aspect that touched his ear. Zephaniah started off by leading his Father’s church choir at the age of six. He traveled with his father’s choir to different Competitions across the country.
At a very young age, Zephaniah knew exactly what he wanted to do for the rest of his life. “I remember as a young child staying closed up in my room, recording vocals with cassette players, using anything in my room for drums. And once I recorded all the vocals, I would perform in arenas (my room) in front of an audience (my toys) and gave my all. I would do a concert everyday in a “different city”. In my mind, it was the greatest tour. I did costume changes as well”
With a recent endorsement by Nick Cannon and currently working on more of his own music, Zephaniah is steadily building his fan base for when the time is right for him to present himself fully to the world.
He's currently pushing his new single "Say You Won't Go" which is already on iTunes. Listen to Say You Won't Go
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