EDclectic Entertainment is a multi dimensional boutique entertainment
company that services the underserved urban adult audience. EDclectic is involved in Marketing, distribution and promotion
of music products largely in the R&B/Soul and Contemporary Jazz arena. The company is also involved in management
on musical artists that are in the same arenas. Among the companies who have utilized the services of EDclectic Entertainment
are A440 Music, Virgin Music, Higher Octave Music, Three Keys Music,Dome Records, Black Honey Records,Reverse Spin and
others. Among the artists EDclectic works with (or has worked with) are Jimmy Sommers, Abby Dobson, Marcus
Johnson, Gordon Chambers, Les Nubians, Marlon Saunders,Julie Dexter, Conya Doss,April Hill,Steve Wallace, and others.
EDclectic Entertainment is also involved in the production
of independent films and is available for video production for hire. On the independent film front the company has produced
(with Lock and Roll Productions) the feature length documentary "25 Strong- A Film About Basketball and Film about Life!!!.
EDclectic has also produced the forthcoming films "Waltz for A Small World which features Tomas Doncker and "Am
I Black Enough 4 You" starring comedian AJ Jamal. EDclectic's video production arm has been contracted by such
entities as The American Lung Association, Up South International Book Festival, WBAI Radio,The Links of Greater New York, The
NAACP Legal Defense Fund, Heart and Soul Magazine and others.
The company was founded in 2001 by entertainment industry veteran Kevin Harewood.