Rahni Song Production Network

Our Producers & Engineers 


Recording & Mix Engineer / Producer

Jars of Clay

Ricky Scaggs

Twila Paris

Third Day

Switch Foot


Marion Meadows

Andre Ward


Recording & Mix Engineer / Producer

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Born in Hartford, CT, In January 2005, Chauncey’s professional breakthrough unexpectedly unveiled itself while sitting in on a tracking session for the song “Back Together Again,” performed by Freddie Jackson and Meli’sa Morgan, which was being produced by his uncle, Rahni Song.  After the engineer tracking the session received an emergency call, leaving immediately, his uncle turned to him, allowing Chauncey the opportunity to finish the tracking session as his Pro Tools tracking engineer.  At the end of the session, his uncle was impressed at the job-well-done and encouraged Chauncey to consider attending school to become a professional recording engineer. In fact, later that year the song reached #46 on the Billboard Hot R&B/Hip-Hop Singles & Tracks chart!  Since taking heed to his Uncle’s advice, Chauncey’s stellar career has steadfastly progressed as he has successfully worked on R&B titan Tyrese's album “Open Invitation” (2011)  which earned a GRAMMY nomination for Best R&B Album. Chauncey has also earned a double platinum Album award for Beyonce's

Chauncey has also, engineered and provided stage monitor mixes for Kelly Rowland, Beyonce, Musiq Soulchild, 


Producer/ Songwriter


J. Michaels (aka Elder Moreh) is no stranger to music. He grew up playing drums and bass in church and backing up many gospel artists such as The Winans, Vickie Winans, Tramaine Hawkins, Richard Smallwood and a host of others.  Although he did not realize it, he began producing in his brothers little 4 track bedroom studio putting musical parts on each track and writing words to it. This experimental "hobby" then moved to a little room in his church. This is where J. & his cousin (CEO of Blockboyz Entertainment) Jayd Daniels, began to map out their future careers in music and sharpen their skills as producers. Soon after, he was doing work as a session musician and producing out of various major studios’s for a wide range of artists such as Immature, Montico, TCF Crew, Skin deep and worked with and learned from the likes of the late Wayne Brathwaite and Yogi Horton, Producers, Barry Eastman and Skip Anderson. In the early 90's, he landed a position on the production team of producer Rahni Song and became part of the group Kingdom. He learned much of his production skills and mixing technique from his mentor Rahni Song, a relationship which continues to this day. As founder of Hebrew Soul Global Media, he is currently working on producing Saxophonist Marlon Boone which is a joint venture with RSPN. 


Recording & Mix Engineer /Producer

Ivan Houpe II, respectfully known by many as iyeball. An emcee, producer, engineer, DJ hailing from the midwest. A proud Ohio native, iyeball has played many roles in the music industry throughout a respectable career; behind the scenes working on numerous productions, mixing/engineering. iyeball, with Fly Union accompanied Kendrick Lamar, TDE & BET on a country wide tour  as Kendrick promoted his debut album. Iyeball’s work in the collective of Fly Union can be heard on the 2K sports NBA 2K14 video game which sold more than 7 million copies worldwide, music writing & production for and with a list of established artists as well as many up and coming artist. 



Chantel attended Berklee College of Music from where she graduated with a B.A in Music Business & Management. Between her genius with the pen and her flair behind the mic, Chantel found herself writing and recording for Bishop T.D Jakes’ label, Dexterity Sound and Universal Music. Ms. Hampton was also privileged to share the stage with Sheila E, Anita Baker, Rodney Jerkins, Philip Bailey and The Yellow Jackets.  In 2013, Chantel was brought on as an Assistant Professor at Berklee College of Music where she has trained over 2,000 aspiring musicians in show development, music business, songwriting and professional skills. In 2017, Ms. Hampton received a Masters of Arts in Educational Leadership & Politics from NYU and cofounded booking and training resource agency, Spectrum Music group.  She has been privileged to work as a vocalist, vocal arranger and consultant with RCA Music Group's artists, Charlie Wilson on his "In It To Win it" album and H.E.R for her appearances on Bryson Tiller's "Set it off Tour".  Chantel has overseen the band staffing for artists Dej Loaf, Teyana Taylor, Justine Skye, and  Betty Wright. Chantel appeared as featured vocalist on Rahni Song's Top 3 Billboard "Breakin The Rules" album which includes the hit single "Star of The Story".



Harmonizing with others was something Nelson continued to enjoy as well; he put together two other R&B bands in his career, Az Yet and Blayse. Also, Nelson performed the duet "After All Is Said and Done" with Beyoncé for the 1999 movie The Best Man. Maybe most surprisingly, Nelson joined Boyz II Men in a performance of "Yesterday" at a Las Vegas show in 2013; he and Nathan Morris have remained friends, despite their professional parting. As a member of AZ YET, Nelson found success. The group's self-titled debut album, released in 1996, went A single on the album, "Last Night", went and reached #9 on the Billboard Charts.  Their second single, "Hard To Say I'm Sorry" did even better, going platinum and reaching #8 on the Hot 100. On July 24, 2017, Nelson returned with a new R&B/Soul single entitled "Wishing You The Worst". The 2017 song was released independently under his newly founded production company, Focused Artist Entertainment. Nelson was recently nominated for an Emmy Award for penning the theme song to the 2016 animated Christmas television film "Snowy Day". The song he penned was performed by Boyz II Men and was also the title song. Nelson acted in a number of stage plays and film productions dating back to 2007. Marc is currently partnering with Rahni Song on new music & film Projects.



Doc studied music at the Pennsylvania School of Fine Arts. Strongly influenced by Mongo Santamaria and Ralph MacDonald, Doc Gibbs has forged a career peppered with top names such as Erykah Badu, Anita Baker, Ricki Lee Jones, Eric Benet, Bob James, George Benson, Nancy Wilson, and Wyclef Jean. Doc is a first-call studio player and has over 200 albums to his credit.  The icing on the cake for Doc came in 1997, when he became the musical director for Emeril Live! -- The hottest cooking show on the cable Food Network (TVFN). Doc has been beating it up to a Manhattan television studio to add his funky flavors of hand drums and signature percussion instruments for a little extra spice into the pots of cooking guru, Emeril Lagasse.