Composer Gharun S. Lacy started DJing parties and high school dances at the age of 11. By the time he was 14 he had already worked with poplar hip/hop reggae artist Born Jamericans. Gharun continued his development as a producer working with local R&B acts such as Zephra, Remi.
Gharun branched out and started Black Light Recordings in 2003. Gharun worked on various short film projects for Uprising Films gaining valuable cinematic composition experience.
Gharun most recently composed the score the the BankVue website, Money Island. Money Island is a website devoted to teaching children financial literacy. The compositions provided ranged from Caribbean grooves, to Greek melodies, to traditional Chinese folk songs. This project showcases Gharun’s diversity and ability to fit any project.
Gharun is currently studying to receive his Master’s Certificate in Music Theory from Berklee College of Music.