Bio's

CEO Delgado Cooke

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Delgado Cooke was born in Teaneck, New Jersey and the youngest of three brothers.  In his younger years he lived in New Jersey, Washington D.C. and Charlotte, NC. 


As time moved on Delgado spent all his time producing and recording music. Shortly after moving to Tampa, Florida, Delgado was granted a great opportunity to work in a professional recording studio in 2004, under the direction of Jim and Tom Morris, owners, head engineers, and producers of the renowned Morrisound Recording Studios, whose client list includes Beyonce, Justin Timberlake, Jennifer Hudson, P-Diddy, Trans-Siberian Orchestra and many more. Delgado has been an in house producer/engineer at Morrisound one of the largest and most sophisticated recording studios in central Florida. 


Since being a producer/engineer at Morrisound Recording studios, Delgado has landed multiple song placements and has produced for MTV,  VH1, Titan4games, Chani Christie, and Adina Howard.

Delgado's engineering has landed him projects such as recording, editing, and mixing the 78min performance of the Paducah Symphony Orchestra in 5.1 surround for dvd distributon. 

Delgado also has taught a class at the International Academy Of Art and Design in Tampa, Florida, in their Audio Boot Camp class. 

Delgado Cooke attributes his ear for music and engineering to God, and believes producing and engineering to be his true calling in life.




Zaiter

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“As a young boy I remember the song  “Roxanne, Roxanne” by UTFO playing on the radio.  I really liked the song, but most of all I wanted to know how the song was made.  This was the first time I felt the desire to write, sing, and perform. ”  - Zaiter. 

 Having found an interest in music he began teaching himself how to play the piano.  He also began learning how to sing.  From Classical Music to Latin Jazz, he wanted to learn it all. His hard work and natural talent made him stand out from the rest of the crowd.  While continuing his music education at the Boys Harbor Center in El Barrio in New York Zaiter met Eddie Torres.  Zaiter saw in him the ideal role model – a true maestro of Latin music.  He soon realized that Latin music was his true passion.

 In 1999, Zaiter left New York after his father’s tragic death with the hope of starting a new life.  He moved to Tampa, Florida and began working on his first album entitled “I AM EDDY Z.” As an artist working in a true recording studio for the first time, Zaiter wanted to showcase his musical evolution – from the small boy learning to play the piano to the grown man with roots firmly planted in the Urban music scene.  The record received excellent reviews and was well liked by the radio stations and clubs in the Tampa Bay area.   This gave Zaiter a push into the local music scene with multiple performances, the most memorable ones being Latin Fest and Guavaween.  The record also gave Zaiter the opportunity to work with local artists and singers. 

Chase Dobson

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Dobson got into this line of work in 2011, when a college friend was coming through town doing tech work for Drake and invited Dobson to the show to introduce him to what the gig involved, knowing that Dobson already had the required knowledge base and skills. Three weeks later, Dobson got on a plane to L.A. to prepare for that tour with Mike Posner. Once you're in the world of doing tech work, like many other professions, you network and end up doing gigs you never would have expected to get. Dobson's former roommate, the Ghostly International label artist Mux Mool, introduced him to Tycho in 2014, and in turn, Tycho's production manager connected Dobson with M83. 

Erica Martin

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Puerto Rican-Cuban, Erica Martin, was born in Manhattan, New York on November 9. She spent her childhood in the Bronx. She currently lives in Odessa, Florida. At the age of seven, she discovered her passion for singing, dancing  and acting. In New York, while working the midnight shift at a large law firm, Erica got involved in print modeling and acting commercials.

Although Erica was raised Catholic, she felt something was missing spiritually. That’s when she discovered that she needed to have a closer relationship with Jesus. 

While attending Without Walls Church in Tampa, Florida, Erica sang with the Choir under Music Director, Dr. Mark Payne, The Paula White Praise Team, and The Latin Connection Praise Team.

Currently, Erica is a member of The Gospel Voice TV Show, which airs each weekend, on The Christian Television Network, hosted by the talented and gifted R&B Vocalist and Producer Derrick Williams. 

Erica’s home church is ACOJ The Lord’s House Ministry in Tampa, under the leadership of Pastors Torrell and Veronica Lee. 

Her passion is to use her gift for songwriting to collaborate with other Christian artists, to have her music on film, TV, radio and wherever God opens doors for her to share the love of Jesus Christ to the nations.

Erica continues keeping the Lord at the forefront and is grateful of how He has blessed her throughout her life. This is the beginning of uncommon favor!