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In early 1976, after original Supremes member Florence Ballard had passed away, it was rumored that former Supremes Jean Terrell and Cindy Birdsong had just contacted Ballard to form a new singing group, but that Ballard's sudden death would quickly cancel their plans.


In 1985, eight years after the group officially broke up in 1977, former supreme Scherrie Payne was signed to SuperStar International Records, a Los Angeles based record company. Ronnie Phillips and SuperStar approached her with the idea of reforming the Supremes, to which she agreed, and called on Birdsong and original Supreme Mary Wilson. Wilson declined, instead opting to forge a solo career, while Birdsong agreed and coaxed Terrell to join the new Supremes group.


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The Manhattans are an American popular R&B vocal group. Their songs "Kiss and Say Goodbye", recorded in 1976, and 1980's "Shining Star", both sold millions of copies. The Manhattans have recorded 45 hits on the Billboard R&B Chart, including twelve top-10 R&B hits in the United States, starting in 1965.  Sixteen of their songs have reached the Billboard Hot 100, including two top 10s and a number-one hit with their song "Kiss and Say Goodbye". They also charted eight U.S. R&B top 20 Albums, three of which were RIAA certified gold.


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Based in Los Angeles, CA, credited as an international influencer in the music, TV and the film industry, André Pittmon, CEO and Founder at Enthrone Records Ent. LLC has forged a path through a complex, diverse, yet unwavering trek forward to success. Since 2017, he has commanded a record company fashioned to support artists, musicians, pledging or seasoned, to attract and embrace their rights of accomplishment and recognition as creative, spiritual forces. To date, Enthrone is proud to announce the release of Lettrice Lawrence’s new single “Taking It Back,” and Pat Hodges, formerly with Motown’s Hodges, James & Smith, and her latest release, “Love Revolution.” Also, Prophet Michael’s single, “God is On Fire.” The innovative list of artists and record releases from the studio continues to grow.

André draws inspiration from his own experiences at Hollywood High, USC, and the Warner Bros. Studios’ work-educational program. A journey that has attracted a slew of rich career opportunities. He also praises his mentor Barry Reardon, former President of Sales and Distribution, (recently deceased), for the guidance and patience to help him develop his professional skills. They collaborated on many films: Superman, Twister, Pelican Brief, The Green Mile, The Perfect Storm, and The Color Purple.

Hodges, James & Smith was an American soulful female trio and a brainchild of Motown producer William Stevenson. They were intended to rival The Supremes, but never quite achieved that. They were previously called Hodges, James, Smith & Crawford.



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Preston Glass started off his career in music during the late seventies as a staff writer for Philadelphia producer Thom Bell. He eventually began working alongside Narada Michael Walden.

Glass played on Aretha Franklin's 1980 album Aretha and Stacy Lattisaw's 1981 LP Sixteen. He later produced Johnny Gill and Stacy Lattisaw on their 1984 LP Perfect Combination and played on Teena Marie's 1984 album Starchild. Glass also performed on Patti Austin's 1984 self titled album, Aretha Franklin 1985 LP Who's Zoomin' Who? and Whitney Houston's 1985 self titled album. He then produced Kenny G on his 1986 LP Duotones and George Benson on his 1986 album While the City Sleeps....


As well Glass performed on Stacy Lattisaw's 1986 LP Take Me All the Way, Aretha Franklin's 1986 album Aretha and Whitney Houston's 1987 LP Whitney. He later worked with Earth, Wind & Fire on their 1987 album Touch the World and Jennifer Holliday on her 1987 LP Get Close to My Love. Glass then produced George Benson on his 1988 LP Twice the Love, Kenny G on his 1988 LP Silhouette and George Howard on his 1989 album Personal. He also composed on Diana Ross' 1989 LP Workin' Overtime and Natalie Cole's 1989 album Good to Be Back. Glass later produced Warren Hill on his 1991 LP Kiss Under the Moon, performed on Tevin Campbell's 1993 album I'm Ready and produced Kirk Whalum on his 1993 album Cache

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Professional Recording Artist, BMA Winner, Enthrone Hall of Fame World Artist Award, Producer/Songwriter and Actress. 

Lettrice has worked with Barbra  Streisand on her Timeless Tour, Herman Andrus, Clifton Davis, Mopreme Shakur, The Boys, Ralph Johnson (Earth, Wind, & Fire), B.B. King Showcases, South East Symphony for 8 years (Anthony Parnther), San Bernardino Symphony, Nobresil Band, Cynthia Haring & New Nation, Gregg Hanley (Hanley Productions), Glasshouse Productions & Media, Speak Your Mind Radio (Brenda Williams), Keeping Real On The Rise Radio, KJLH Radio Show (10 shows), The Nikki Rich Show, The DonnyD Soul Sundays Show,  The Sherard Show, The Memphis Matters Show, Motown Soul Radio(UK), Situation Radio 102.6 (Atlanta), Rush Danja Show/Defiant BBN (Chicago), On the Couch with Esther, Dr.Cindy Show, Enthrone Records LLC (Andre' Pittmon) & many others. She continues to work with Ralph Johnson (Earth, Wind and Fire) on various projects with artist. 

Lettrice has been with Smooth Soul Productions for 12 years, She has recorded two albums and 10 singles. She he also sang on a ambiance song, “Long Day” by Jeff Russo for the FX show, Snow Fall Season 1, Ep 4. Lettrice was honored to be a part of The Black History Parade in Pasadena and perform on the main stage. Her song, “Gonna  Be Ready” was selected as song of the year on the Speak Your Mind Radio Show. She has been honored as Jazz, Gospel and R and B Artist of the year, by Citril Starz in 2017 and in 2022, Honored for Vocal Contributions at the 3rd Annual Martin Luther King Jr. Freedom Festival by KJLH & the City of LA, Jan 2018 and presented the Ella Fitzgerald Humanitarian Award by Blackmail Prod, Heart 2 Heart Foundation and Mark Ridley-Thomas, April 6, 2018. She had a lead role in Can God's Love Reach You In The Dark Part 2 by Spencer Collins which was nominated for an NAACP Award.


Lettrice just recently released “Give Me Peace" with Giovanni Joyce Imbessi for NET Day in honor of Cancer patients who are survivors or have passed on. It was promoted internationally. She performed with Jacob Lusk (American Idol &  Gabriels) at The Heroes In The Struggle Award Show & Gala at the African  American Museum with Ceo of The Black Aids Institute, Phill Wilson and at the “Sock it To Me” Aretha Franklin  Tribute Concert. Lettrice continues to work in the studio for hire with her two business partners Brandon Ford & Devin Shaw from the Smooth Soul her production team. They also help other artist on various projects also. She performs all over Los Angeles and travels abroad when hired to sing in shows all over the world. She headlined at the Catalina Bar & Grill, “Memories of Real Music" and at the International Choir Festival at the Zipp Theatre (Disney Hall). Lettrice just recently sang at the Visions of Music Show, A Night of R and B and performed in Holland as a principal artist with the Episcopal Chorale Society (Chas Cheatham). Also, was lead vocalist on three songs written by: Elisa Rice (Steffen Smidst, Universal Music Group) for the film, Beyond Driven produced by: Victor Tran and Riyaana Hartley which was an official selection by the La Femme  International Film Festival 2019. She sang with the Gwen Wyatt Chorale during the Winter Season, 2019. Her had a Show on Facebook Live, called: The Lettrice Lawrence Show.


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Benson spent eight weeks on the UK Singles Chart in 1975 with his own composition, "Don't Throw It All Away". The single, released on the State Records label (State Records STAT10), reached No. 20 on the chart,[2] leading to an appearance on BBC Television's Top of the Pops. The song had originally been recorded by the Shadows, and they had performed it in the 1975 A Song for Europe contest, where it finished fourth of six entries. The song was covered in the United States by the Delfonics in 1978. There are also a number of reggae versions that include a dancehall style cut by Barrington LevyOlivia Newton-John recorded a version of the track, including it on her 1976 album Come On Over.

Benson had previously written a finalist for the 1974 UK competition, finishing last with the song "Someday", one of the six shortlisted entries performed by Olivia Newton-John. Benson had further attempts at winning the UK ticket to the Eurovision Song Contest, reaching the UK finals in 1977 with "After All This Time", performed by Wesley, Park and Smith, finishing fifth of 12; in 1981 with "All Cried Out", which he performed himself to place fourth of 8, and was later released on the WEA label; and in 1993 with "It's Just a Matter of Time" performed by Sonia, finishing last of eight entries. Benson tried again in 1998 with Alan Glass on the song "Give It Up" performed by Lisa Millet which finished eighth of the eight songs in the preliminary radio heat.

In 1970, Benson's composition "Can't Afford to Lose", recorded by Jon Lukas, made it to the top 40 charts in the UK and some other European territories. It also occupied the top place in the pop charts in Lebanon for a full month, holding back the Beatles' "The Long and Winding Road" from reaching the No. 1 spot.[3] Benson's song "Let Her In" was recorded by John Travolta which became a hit in 1976. Several other songs originally written and recorded by Benson were also recorded by Travolta, such as "Can't Let You Go" and "Whenever I'm Away from You", as well as by his brother, Joey Travolta ("Something's Up (Love Me Like the First Time)"). Another of Benson's compositions, "Close to You", was recorded by Maxi Priest.[4] In 1976, he composed and sang "You", but it did not reach the UK charts.


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Skyler Jett is an award-winning, Grammy Recognized vocalist and one of the most sought after Singer/Songwriter and Background Vocal Producers in the Music Industry. Skyler’s impressive resume includes some of the biggest recording artists of our times. His accolades include receiving a Grammy Award-embossed plaque from NARAS for singing with Celine Dion on the Grammy-winning hit song “My Heart Will Go On” from the blockbuster hit film “Titanic.” This was also Record Of The Year (1998) and is still the highest grossing movie theme song of all time. Skyler’s other movie credits include Background Vocal arrangement on “I’m Every Woman” from the blockbuster hit film “The Body Guard”, also Movie Of The Year (1992), featuring Whitney Houston; “Tap” with Gregory Hines and Sammy Davis Jr.; “A Smile Like Yours” with Greg Kinnear; Disney’s “Hercules”; James Bond 007 “License To Kill”; “Big Bully” with Rick Moranis and Tom Arnold; and “Ghostdad” with Bill Cosby. From 2003-2007 Skyler also played a pivotal role in reintroducing Sly Stone back to the World Stage for a European tour. Skyler performed with Sly in such venues as: The Montreux Jazz Festival; North Sea Jazz Festival; Cannes; Olympia, Paris; The Love Box Festival in London and the George Wallace Show, Las Vegas.

Skyler has recorded and performed with the following Legendary Stars:

  • Stevie Wonder

  • Celine Dion

  • Patti Austin

  • Quincy Jones

  • Ricky Minor

  • Lionel Richie

  • Sting

  • Ray Charles

  • Al Jarreau

  • James Brown

  • Al Green

  • Paul Anka

  • Lou Rawls

  • Chaka Khan

  • Oleta Adams

  • Barbara Streisand

  • Christina Aguillera

  • Tina Arena

  • Diana Ross

  • Whitney Houston

  • Taylor Dane

  • Aretha Franklin

  • Jennifer Lopez

  • Pia Zadora

  • Mariah Carey

  • Patti LaBelle

  • Tom Jones

  • The O’Jays 

  • Todd Rundgren

  • Marc Anthony

  • The Commodores

  • Kenny Loggins

  • Rick Martin

  • The Temptations

  • Steve Winwood

  • Walter Afanasieff

  • Curtis Mayfield

  • Eddie Murphy

  • Boyz To Men

  • Peabo Bryson

  • Kenny G

  • Tevin Campbell

  • Michael Bolton

  • New Kids On The Block and many more…


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