Born as Randy Christian in Virginia, by the age of 26 this young musician has come to be known as “Harlem’s Best.” The only child of his parents, Randy Christian moved with his family to New York City at a young age. In junior high school, Randy joined the New York Boy’s Choir in an effort to explore his love of music and performing. Eventually, his passion for music led him beyond singing. Randy soon began writing and recording original tracks. Though his roots come from the timeless sounds of Michael Jackson, Stevie Wonder and Sam Cooke, he finds modern influences from today’s artists. He blends the R&B persuasions of Trey Songz and Donnell Jones to create a sound that is uniquely his own and undeniably earning his title as Harlem’s Best. His signature sound will leave you wanting more.