Nu Tone

Antonio Hernandez, also known as "Nu Tone," was born and raised in Stockton, California. His dad abandoned him when he was only three years old, which left his mother working day and night to provide for himself and four siblings. He looked up to the older gangsters as role models, and started mimicking their actions. He eventually got kicked out of the San Joaquin school district for fighting too much. At the age of 16 he started rapping about his new lifestyle and was known as "Filthy Tone." Tone always wanted to make something out of himself. He pursued the fast life of chasing fame, money, and women. He became a promoter along side "Drowzy" a.k.a "Arize." They performed their own shows, and got paid all around the 209. Trying to mask the eternal void deep inside, Tone would always perform drunk. At night he would sleep with his lights on, because he would have demonic encounters. The last encounter he had scared him straight to Jesus. He gave His life to Jesus on January 29, 2011. Three days after He gave His life to God, Tone had a dream with Jesus that changed His life forever. 

Rebekah Renatus

Rebecca Hernandez also known as Rebekah Renatus, began to write songs as a teenager using a guitar. Her style is influenced by an eclectic mix of Jazz, Folk, Hip-hop, traditional Hymns and Gospel. She started playing and singing her original songs on the streets in South Carolina and the San Francisco. This eventually lead to her involvement in local open mic nights and solo shows. In 2008 She performed as a part of a Stockton based hip-hop and funk band who performed regularly in the Central Valley, Bay Area and LA. A short time later she had a radical conversion to Christ, quit the band and began serving in music Ministry at REACH Worship Center of Stockton, CA (2009) where she later lead worship until moving to Manteca, Ca. in 2019. She has featured on a compilation recording The New Life Project (2011), and later recorded solo albums Moving Forward (2013) and ReIdentified (2015).