Born and raised in The Bronx, Goldee Clarke is a singer, songwriter, producer, and multi-instrumentalist who blurs the lines between Pop, EDM, R&B and Neo-Soul. By seamlessly – and expertly – blending an array of genres and styles, Goldee Clarke has created a distinctly enjoyable sound that consistently wows his growing fan-base.

Goldee discovered his passion for music early, learning to play several instruments at a remarkably young age. (Piano was always his favorite). Then, when Goldee was in his early teens, his uncle – who happened to have a home recording studio – introduced him to music production software, prompting Goldee to start making his own music.

“The more I played with it, the more I fell in love with creating music of my own,” shares Goldee.

And, that’s what he’s been doing ever since.

Goldee writes and produces all of his music in his home studio, where he meticulously crafted each song on his debut EP. And, because Goldee creates everything in the privacy of his own home, his songs display a real sense of authenticity and intimacy.

As for what Goldee listens to, “a little bit of everything both old and new.” But, he draws from some of his biggest influences, which include Michael Jackson, Prince and David Bowie.

Goldee’s debut single, “More,” perfectly captures an all too common experience: connecting with someone in a bar, only to be disappointed at the end of night, wondering if things could have played out differently – if it could have led to something more.

More” was mixed by Goldee and Ricky ‘Riot’ Cooke, and mastered by Chris Gehringer. The accompanying music video was directed by Walu.