Here at Audio Houndz, we have a wide range of music from various artists around the globe, from the styles of clubby dance tracks, elegant instrumentals, bass thumping rap, acoustic rock, and everything in between. Our music is categorized by artist, songwriter, and producer with their genre and descriptions of tracks to make your user experience easier. Take a listen under the artist, producer, and songwriter tabs to see what you or your company can use for your next film, mobile app, commercial, game, advertisement, or video.


Dezal is working with a variety of artists from around the globe including Sunny Black – Rap/Hip-Hop (NO), Princess Jazmine- Hip Hop (Chicago, IL), Attelia London – Blue Grass/R&B/ Soul (London), Jonathan Thomas – Gospel (Detroit), J. Isacc – (National Recording Artist), David Hurst – (National Recording Artist). Currently, Dezal is in the process of completing his solo project “Redemption” which is scheduled for release in 2011. Dezal says “This album is going to bless and capture those whom once closed their hearts”.

Kris Searle

Since the release of his Pop/Rock album “Slowly Diabolical” in 2008, Kris has been tweaking some different styles to bring his music to the next level. With a collaboration of producer, TMAC, Kris released “Warning Signs” which led him to win Best Dance/Electronica Artist at the 2010 LA Music Awards and a “Grammy Consideration” for Best Pop Collaboration with Vocals. His single “I Would Give You It All” was placed on a film “Truth About Kerry” with Stana Katic from ABC’s “Castle”.


Performing for others, along with songwriting, has always been an undying passion for LA-based artist Sharazad (Shari Emami). Her fans know her as Sharazad. But this young, vibrant, talented woman was discovered by producer James Lugo in 2006 after attending Musicians Institute. She recorded her first EP “Love, Lies and Goodbyes” and then in 2009 layed down the vocals for Hypnotized. She has performed at many venues including LA’s famous Whiskey a Go Go and Palms Bar.

Sunny Black

Since his release of the album “Never Gon Die”, Sunny Black has been getting in touch with what rap is to him and is now combining an RnB midwest style feel to his southern raspiness. Sunny’s new album entitled “31/71” has brought him to be more consistent lyrically, got him feeling good spiritually, and just making him enjoy the art of his work. Look 4 the brand new single, “I Swear”.


TMAC just finsihed up a project for “Grammy Considered” singer Kris Searle entitled “Dawn of Momentum”, which is set to be released in late 2011. TMAC has participated in the Istandard Producers Showcase (#1 Music Producers Showcase in the nation) and was a finalist in the BAPC Beat Battle (Bay Area Producers Conference). TMAC is bringing a feel of Hip-Hop, Rap, Dance, and Pop into a new realm with the use of prolific synths and mind-blowing hooks.