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Gospel singer Isaac Carree was born April 29, 1973 and grew up in North Carolina, where he began singing solos in church (his mother was a pastor at New Beginnings Community Outreach Church in Greensboro, North Carolina).

Isaac Carree Soverign Agency Photo Shoot


Possessing a fine tenor voice, Carree later sang in John P. Kee’s V.I.P. Choir before leaving to form the gospel quartet Men of Standard with Michael Bacon, Bryan Pierce, and Lowell Pye (the group later became a trio with the departure of Bacon).

The group signed to the Malaco Records subsidiary Muscle Shoals and released four critically acclaimed albums on the imprint between 1996 and 2004 before releasing a fifth album on Columbia Records in 2006.

During a Men of Standard hiatus, Carree recorded and released a solo album, Uncommon Me, late in the summer of 2011. That album spawned the chart-topping hit “In the Middle” making 2011 and 2012 a remarkable year for Carree. Following the landmark success of this project, Carree isn’t showing any signs of slowing down as he prepares for the release of his sophomore album with the brand new single “Clean This House,” impacting radio everywhere and also available on iTunes now.


  • Uncommon Me (2011)


TWITTER – @isaaccarree



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