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In the past, he has used the aliases Houseboy, Keita, Jesus Jackson, People, Roland Clark presents Digital Pimps, Roland Clark, Dark Clark, and South Street Player and has been in the groups, Leviticus and Urban Soul.
One of the many projects he has been involved in is "Flowerz" by Armand van Helden, from the 4x12" album "2 Future 4 U" from 1998.
Clark is currently a resident of Atlanta, Georgia.
Probably his most famous hit to date is his collaboration with Fatboy Slim in "Song for Shelter", which samples part of Clark's previous release "Speak Lord (I get deep)" as well as delivering his writing and vocal talents to the likes of Bob Sinclar, Todd Terry and Rodger Sanchez, just to name a few. Roland has since started a record label Delete Global Records which is distributed by Strictly Rhythm Records. In 2012 Roland featured on a single produced by Greg Stainer “Can’t Take That Away” which was signed by Hed Kandi Records
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