Hélène Muddiman is a multi-award winning film composer and hit songwriter, producer and arranger. Her compositions can be heard on films scores including Skin, BLiSS!, Happy Feet Two, Ice Age 4, Frankenweenie.
Aged 18 Hélène was signed as an artist to EMI Records & Music Publishing and later wrote albums produced by Harry Gregson-Williams. Her hits include the title track from the Gold selling album ‘Free Me’ by the Spice Girls Emma Bunton.
Supreme Songs is delighted to welcome Hélène ( photo by Ray Meese) as she joins us for the administration of her non Film & TV catalogue including the Emma Bunton hits.
Tejai Moore is a singer of hip-hop-injected smooth R&B who also works as a songwriter for hire. Born in Miami, Florida but raised around the world in a military family, he began pursuing music as a vocation after he graduated from high school in Germany.
As Lil T in 2002, he shared the stage with artists including Migos, Jagged Edge, and Sean Kingston in Europe before moving back to the U.S. in 2007. He had a brief label affiliation with GS Boyz in the late 2000s, which dissolved when the project split. He then carved a path as a songwriter for hire, including writing the 2013 Curtis Moore single "Lipstick" before releasing his own debut EP, Drums & Heartbeats. It arrived on Valentine's Day of 2014. In the meantime, he had co-written a reworking of Anita Baker's "Sweet Love" called "Street Love," which became the debut single for British boy band and X Factor finalists Rough Copy. Released by Epic in June 2014, it reached the Top 30 of the U.K.'s R&B singles chart. Later that year, Top Notch Music released Moore's stand-alone single "Let's Fly."
His second EP, Irregular, followed via 341 Music Group in 2016. A year later, Moore was featured on the Swagger Splash tune "Around Me," and he self-released his full-length solo debut, Write My Wrongs, in 2018.