At age 10 Colin Kelly wrote his first song. His junior-high class voted him most likely to be a rap star. He taught himself to play the harmonica in high school by mimicking greats like James Cotton. In college, Colin quickly found fronting a band and hosting a radio show more interesting than class. In 2001, Colin joined Producer Greasy GC and MC Nate Jackson to form the group Nasty Breeze. Always intrigued with the acoustic guitar, Colin learned how to play so he’d have “someone” to jam harmonica with. Colin started recording and producing his own music. He pushed his first project out of a radio station under the cover of a day job, which led to super hero pseudonym ClarKent. CK released a single with Sarah Michelle Gellar for the film Southland Tales. Colin’s “custom songs” have become hit advertising, radio show theme songs and gifts for family and friends.