“I remember when I got the call to open up for Nas on the Stillmatic Tour, easily one of the proudest moments of my life.”
— EE. Clark
Artist, producer, engineer, manager, consultant, brand ambassador, you name it and EE.Clark has done it. He’s appeared in magazines such as The Rolling Stone, XXL, Vibe, and The Source just to name a few. After signing with the major distributor WEA (Warner, Elektra, Atlantic) in 2001, EE.Clark released his first album “For The Six” in 2002, which awarded him the opportunity to make recurrent appearances on MTV, BET, and Music Choice as well as a countless radio stations and countdowns across the nation.
In 2005, reality TV mogul Mona Scott-Young handpicked EE.Clark to appear on Missy Elliot’s television show, “Road To Stardom”, where he lasted 9 out of 10 weeks before ultimately being eliminated. After two botched record deals, many let downs, and broken promises, he took a step back from his artistry to focus his time and energy on developing another artist. Which lead him to managing his first significant act Cash Camp/Camp22 (Crank Dat Yank), a group he eventually signed to Epic/Sony. He also managed the late VL.Mike (Chopper City Boyz/Koch) and the Internet sensation, The Official Twerk Team. EE.Clark has worked with most of today’s biggest acts in some capacity, whether it was as an opening act or as an audio engineer. He has also produced and written songs for various reality shows and artists some of which have had mainstream success. Whether he’s holding the mic or adjusting the mic, he takes every one of his jobs just as serious as the next, learning and growing in each facet of the music biz.
Guess it’s safe to say, it’s not much he can’t do in and around the music industry, he’s a modern day renaissance man. Check out his latest record, “Momma I Made It.”