Business – Selco Music Development

December 1, 2022
Selco Music Development

Owner: Cherelle Clay

Throughout history, music has been a vital adjunct to ritual and drama, along with being credited with the capacity to reflect and influence human emotion. Music is an art that penetrates every human society. Modern music is heard in bewildering of styles. Many of them are contemporary, others engendered in past eras. I think it is safe to say, that we all enjoy some type of music that we have heard at some place or time.

You may enjoy singing in the shower, enjoy doing some nice old karaoke, or simply just listening to your favorite song on the radio. You may have even decided to take your music desires to new levels and take vocal lessons. The Selco Music Development is one of the most sought out music businesses in the nation, owned and operated by the one and only, Cherelle Clay, who is a phenomenal vocal coach! For those who are wondering what selco means, selco is short for self-confidence. Cherelle has a legacy of music that certainly qualifies her to be such a great vocal coach. She started singing at a very young age, and was coached by her father Maurice Clay I. Cherelle later had the honor of singing the theme song for Fellowship Christian Academy on Channel 13 every morning. She was awesome! Her vocals and amazing voice also landed her a first place title when she performed for the state and Nationals in FFA and won both titles. Cherelle was also trained by the celebrity Ametria Dock in Atlanta, Georgia. Selco Music Development is an outstanding music business if you are looking to sharpen your vocals in any way. Cherelle Clay is also an outstanding vocal coach who strives to give all of her students the necessary coaching that will enable them to be the best that they can be.

Improve YOUR VOCAL SOUND by learning how to use your body as the musical instrument that it is. Develop your pitch, tone, range, vocal quality, control and MORE with personalized training! Contact me via email or call 478-978-5590.


Written by Cheryl Clay