Welcome to Kelesha's Place,


Welcome to my website!  (Update 2-24-21)

Effective 2-1-21 this website will concentrate on distributing physical CD's, and streaming videos via Vimeo and YouTube using the mailing list.

My first single in a while was released on the 11th. It is available for streaming on Deezer.

The full length instrumental video will be available via Private Vimeo link to all of those on the mailing list that I am familiar with.

Those on the mailing list also have a private link to YouTube for the full length instrumental video.

 More places to stream are coming soon!

Stay tuned!




More details

Cori Jacobs, is responsible for most of the creative aspects of both versions of the new video. He also mixed and mastered the single as both an instrumental and vocal. Barbara Ve and Jeffrey Griffith were the videographers for this Music Video. Zachary Smart is responsible for Color Grading on the instrumental/academic version.

 B.Z. Lewis of Poptuna and multi-Emmy Award winning producer and artist,  is the co-producer for the single who recorded the background vocals and  alto flute. Kellie Rivers has handled all the Marketing aspects of the project including video promotion and graphic design for the singles. The choreographer for both videos is LaShonda Roberts.  There was not supposed to be two videos, but I’m glad there are two. In the second shoot of the dance routine, LaShonda wore two hats as choreographer and videographer.


Interested in Inspirational Music, or Classical? 

www. http://kelesha martin.bandcamp.com

 Stay tuned!


P.S. Thanks to Cori Jacobs, Kellie Rivers and B.Z. Lewis for their continued support in my Music and Video endeavors.

Thanks to Matt Young for Editing, Performance and Mastering of several tracks on "Love Notes"

Thanks to my sister, Ronita Johnson for her lead vocals on two albums


Thanks for taking the time to check out this website.

Finally, I would like to thank my husband Wayne, whose financial
contribution helped make my first two CD's possible. Also, I would be remiss if I did not
thank my brother, Robert J. Thomas aka Jazzy Jerome, who played saxophone on the album "Sunrise Serenade" 
and took it all over the world to share and distribute.





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