Donyea Goodman is a Stellar Award nominated producer with over 18 years of music production experience. He started playing the drums at 3 years old and keys soon after.. He produced Ingrid WIlliam's first album "Finally Found Someone", in 1999, and has never looked back since. As a producer Donyea has scored a top ten Gospel single with "I Would't Know You", by James Fortune and Fiya. He has also produced other singles including the hit Clark Sisters remake "Is my Living in Vain", by Zie'l. Which earned him a Stellar award nomination. Other singles include the chart topping Jazz single "Love You So Much", by Darren Motamedy and "Grown Folks", by soul singer, Choklate. Donyea has done music for TV networks, commericals, and shows such as B.E.T.'s Celebration Of Gospel, Oil Of Olay, KFC, Kia, McDonalds, and more! Donyea has also earned recognition as a sought after Music Director and Keyboardist. He has shared the stage with the legendary gospel music icon Rev. Clay Evans, gospel songwriter/singer Kurt Carr, Marvin Sapp, Dorinda Clark Cole, R&B singer Eric Roberson, Raheem Devaughn, Sunday's Best Winner Crystal Aiken, Earth Wind and Fire, Kim Burrell, Dove Award winners Bryan Duncan & the Neho Soul Band, and more. He has also contributed his talents as a film score editor and sound developer to movies for Imagine Films, Disney and Pixar Entertainment. With an ear and passion for music, Donyea is embarking on a new journey as an artist. He is currently working on new projects with Tobbi & Tommi, and has just recently released the single "You" written and co-produced with amazing singer and songwriter Shyloh! And has also released his debut jazz album 'Groovin At Sunrise'.