In a music world that is forever changing, Record Hit Makers (RHM) Management is the new visionary in artist management. With over twenty years of record and radio experience as a foundation, RHM Management has a winning team to create and market a great recording artist despite the odds.
RHM Management is setting a high standard for their artists to trail blaze the entertainment industry. Leading with such artists as Ebony Baskin, Marc Nelson, LeA Robinson, Daisy Grant and producer/artist Kyle "K2" Stewart, RHM has no question that their vision for success will deliver incredible projects with chart toping records.
Record Hit Makers (RHM) Management began in 2003 signing the talented songtress Shanice Wilson-Alexander and Rita Shelby. It is a subsidiary of RHM, LLC which consist of RHM Promotions/Marketing & Playtyme Entertainment. Vida Nash brings over 20 years of music industry experience to the table. Record sales of artists that shes worked with throughout her career, exceed sales of 10-million copies worldwide. Among those shes had the pleasure to grow with include: Boyz II Men, Mint Condition and Angie Stone. One whos driven by the happiness and the love of her family and clientele, Nash is determined that the artists of RHM will leave a legacy that will long be remembered. RHM Management is confident that we are a creative, passionate, dedicated, management team who's familiar with the image of today’s rising stars and tomorrow’s budding new icons.
to establish each recording artist in the market place of radio, video, product endorsements, touring and any form of entertainment promoting and marketing music that is clean lyrically and useful to the communities in which it serves.
is hopeful that every member of the RHM Management establishment be profitable in their endeavors so the company has longevity and strong presence in today’s competitive market place.
Vida Nash is the founder and CEO of Record Hit Makers Management. Nash has been a forerunner in the music industry and continues to persevere with hard work and determination. Vida started her career in radio at WGCI in Chicago, which lead her to Los Angeles to work with KJLH and KGFJ as well as WBLS in New York.
As Vice-President of RHM, Curtis is the left hand that always knows what Vida Nash’s right one is doing. One whose background encompasses radio, records, television and film, Waller acts as a sounding board for Vida, lending his expertise to dynamics of RHM’s development. Curtis handles the day-to-day organization of the RHM office, and takes on a mentoring role with the company’s developing talent. Additionally Waller is responsible for expanding the RHM network via producers, songwriters, publicists and consultants, for the purpose of enhancing and growing the brand for RHM’s roster of talent.
During her teenage years, Ebony could always be found auditioning for musicals and plays in the New Jersey area. Her musical talents landed her in leading high school roles in such plays as “The Wiz” and “Joseph and The Amazing Technicolor Dream Coats”. Ebony was selected to sing “The Star Spangled Banner” for a televised HBO boxing match sponsored by Don King. She became interested in singing professionally around the age of 14, when she recorded for the first time. She later joined the R&B group called “Elite” which was formed from members of her church performing in fashion and talent shows. From this exposure Ebony began writing, doing background singing, and demos for various celebrities and underground artists including Kiely Williams and Faith Evans. Her talents and persistence paid off when Ebony co-wrote for Faith Evans, a song entitled “I Still” and was also featured as a background vocalist.
Ebony has a beautiful personality, which shines through in her amazing live performance. Some of Ebony’s musical influences are Kim Burrell, Yolanda Adams, Karen Clark-Sheard, Mary Mary, Faith Evans, Whitney Houston, and Tarralyn Ramsey to name a few. RHM’s First Lady of Gospel will be releasing her debut album in the Fall of 2012.
Born and raised in Philadelphia, Marc Nelson cultivated his craft as a musician/actor in the very popular Creative & Performing Arts High School. His mother Phyllis Nelson was in the 80’s a very successful recording artist/songwriter. She was most noted for her global hit “Move Closer”.
In 1989, Marc co-formed the mega group Boyz II Men with member Nathan Morris. In 1991 Marc got his first deal with Capital Record. He than moved to Hollywood and joined the R&B group Az Yet. He began writing for artist like Toni Braxton, Brandy, Michael McDonald, Aaron Neville, Tyrese, Jon B. and more.
Being a protégé to Baby Face, Marc has sung under artists such as Michael Jackson, Whitney Houston, Kenny G., Eric Clapton, Stevie Wonder, Lionel Richie and many others. Marc was nominated for a Grammy (Best vocal by duo or group), multiple Soul Train and NAACP Awards. In 1999 Marc signed a solo deal with Columbia Records releasing his single “15 Minutes” off his “Chocolate Mood” gold selling album. He later released with label mate Beyonce Knowles the single “After All Is Said And Done” for “The Best Man” soundtrack. RHM’s newest member Marc Nelson should be launching his next album in 2013.
Sylvia along with husband, Joe Robinson became instrumental in the emergence of Rap music as a format, and the introduction of Hip-Hop to the mainstream market, with the release of “Rappers Delight” performed by the Sugar Hill Gang in 1979. LeA will be releasing her first EP entitled “The Legacy” as a dedication to commemorate her late grandmother Sylvia, debuting to the world in 2012/2013.
Surrounded by musicians from birth, LeA has always been at the epicenter of music. Growing up around musical idols like her grandmother, being around major artists/tours, and the formation of Sugar Hill Records has all been an influence for LeA’s love for music.
Often compared to “a young Beyoncé”, LeA Robinson has tall shoes to fill but with her head held high, unique fashion sense, driving dance style, and soprano vocals, she will continue to mature and secure the throne as music’s next heiress. Her grandmother Sylvia would be proud. RHM’s youngest member is currently working on putting a MixTape and EPK out this summer 2012 and is currently working on recording her first studio album.
He grew up wanting to be a rapper secretly, but felt it hard to express that to his parents being a PK (preachers kid). Well known as a amazing rapper around his neighborhood, he also had a "hidden gift” of singing. It just wasn't the "cool thing to do" at the time, but growing up in the ac-cappella singing Church of God and Saints of Christ, he always had an amazing ear for singing and blending harmonies. As a popular, fun, and spontaneous guy in school, K2 decides to join the school choir and after the first performance, it was no longer a secret to his friends that he was ALSO a singer.
K2 took his musical church background and ability to recognize great new talent and began to learn how to produce his own music. He decided to go to Bloomfield College majoring in Audio Engineering, which helped him to continue his musical endeavors. His sister, Ebony Baskin was a big influence on wanting him to learn studio recording, as she took notice and asked him to assist her with a small gospel project. The project was a success which enabled K2 to make enough money to buy his own home recording setup.
K2 received his first writing and production placement with "I Still" on Faith Evans "Something About Faith" album. This fueled his eagerness to show that it was possible to make music out of a tiny bedroom in East Orange, NJ and make money in the music industry. Working hard and being consistent earned him a publishing deal at Universal Music Group in 2011 where he now works on the projects of many A list, and new upcoming artists.
K2’s influences are producers Pharell, B.Cox, Timberland, DJ BattleCat, Polo da Don and host of others. His vocal influences are Tank, Kim Burrell, Musiq, Brandy, Tonex and J Moss.
An artist with a solid foundation and a vision of her success, Daisy is a talent poised for greatness, and wants to share her passion with the world.