Gospel vocalist Isaac Carree was created Apr 29, 1973 and was raised in NEW YORK, where he began performing solos in chapel (his mom was a pastor in New Beginnings Community Outreach Chapel in Greensboro, NEW YORK). Possessing an excellent tenor tone of voice, Carree later on sang in John P. Kee’s V.We.P. Choir before departing to create the gospel quartet Males of Regular with Michael Bacon, Bryan Pierce, and Lowell Pye (the group later on became a trio using the departure of Bacon). The group authorized to the Malaco Information subsidiary Muscle tissue Shoals and released four critically acclaimed albums for the imprint between 1996 and 2004 before liberating a fifth recording on Columbia Information in 2006. Throughout a Males of Regular hiatus, Carree documented and released a single album, Unusual Me, past due in the summertime of 2011.