Solroc Music recording artist Carlos Morgan is a multi-award-winning talented singer, songwriter, producer, recording artist, music educator, and CEO, Founder, and owner of the Carll Parkes Collection. (Carll Parkes Collection is a black-owned lifestyle brand founded by Solroc Music recording artist, founder, brand creator, and brand designer,  Carlos Morgan.) “Feeling Alright,” Morgan’s debut album, showcased the diversity of Morgan’s sultry singing style with seductive ballads like “Get Down To It” and “When Two Become One”

to the upbeat R&B tracks “GiveIt To You” and “Baby C’Mon.” Originally recorded as an independent release for DTone Records, it quickly became one of Canada’s hottest-selling independent albums. “Feeling Alright” topped the charts at #3 on “The Records Independent Charts” after two weeks of release.  Morgan’s sophomore CD, “The Compilation,” released on his own label, Solroc Music, showcases not only Morgan’s vocal diversity but also his maturity as a vocalist, songwriter, and producer. “Feelin’
Alright” went on to garner the JUNO Award for Best R&B/Soul Recording, two-time Canadian Urban Music Award Recipient for Best Male Vocalist and Best R&B/Soul Video, MuchMusic Video Award for Best R&B/Soul Video, SOCAN Music Award, two-time Canadian Who’s Who, and Ѐx Caribbean Cultural Committee Award Recipient (New Artist & Songwriter). As a music educator, Morgan shares the history, knowledge, and music contributions of some of the prominent and notable black artists and musicians in Canada, not limited to Oscar Peterson, Eleanor Collins, Portia White, and Maestro Fresh Wes.

Universities, schools, libraries, and venues where Carlos has presented the History of Black Music in Canada include:

● Wilfrid Laurier University
● Governor Simcoe Secondary School
● Kitchener Collegiate Institute
● Lakeview Public School
● Shaughnessy Public School
● Lester B Pearson Public School
● Kitchener Public Library
● Shelburne Public Library
● Niagara Artists Centre
● Niagara-on-the-Lake Museum