I'm proud to say that I'm a student of Middle Tennessee State University (Recording Industry Management).

After four years and successfully completing my studies and obtaining my bachelor's degree, I received a phone call to play with award-winning Gospel artist, CeCe Winans. That opportunity opened the door for my versatile career as a studio and live performance musician, as well as a band leader.  


My sound stretches across genres and geographic boundaries. My skill has landed me on the single “Woo” by Anthony Hamilton with 10-time Grammy winning artist, Kenny “Babyface” Edmonds producing. My work resonated with a live video performance on AOL Sessions with R&B recording artist, songwriter Keri Hilson.

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This is amazing music. Thanks BassHitter!

Your AOL performance with Keri Hilson.

So beautiful!!!!! Please keep the concerts coming. I can't wait to see you perform again.


About Me

I'm passionate about giving back to the music community.


Performing, composing, arranging, recording, producing, teaching and mentoring.  I can solve the Rubik's Cube in 1:45 seconds! 

Magnificent. Simply magnificent.

 This is beautiful. Wow. I love it. It's melancholy. I can't get enough of BassHitter® Music.

I'd like to share with you my most recent discovery.

Mine are the eyes of a producer too.


..a kid animation project called "I'm a BassHitter". Numerous commercial spots including McDonald's, Visa cards, BMW Motors, Lexus Cars, Home Depot and AT&T just to name a few, will also be added to my catalog of production. New artist are calling in as well. I hope you enjoy!


My story begins in Chattanooga, Tennessee, where I grew up with the Motown Sound and my grandfather’s records playing in the background. I discovered the trumpet at nine years old, but it would be the rumble of the bass that would later grab hold of my soul. When I turned 14, I tried out the electric bass so I could play in my best friend’s band. What started out as a mere hobby, morphed into a successful career and a lifelong passion. Music has become my primary language. “I love music. I love the way music makes people feel,” he says. 

BassHitter is quick to admit there is no formula for his success or his music. “My sound is more vibe-oriented. I don’t play with a kind of technique. There’s no science to the madness. It’s just a feeling.” And it’s that feeling that’s shaping his career, stirring his creativity, and keeping both artists and audiences wanting more.


Bass Hitter®