About Us

MISSION STATEMENT
To produce and distribute Inspirational as well as Gospel/Christian entertainment and merchandise that gives hope and unites people across nationalities, cultures and race.

THE PURPOSE OF THE SITE
This website is designed to promote upcoming Inspirational and Gospel/Christian artists as well as upcoming events that are in line with our mission.
 
This site can be utilized to SHOWCASE and/or to DISCOVER new and promising talent via downloadable singles, viewing music videos and profiles, and being informed of related community events.

In addition, Inspirational merchandise is also available for purchase.

“Unlocking The Music”

HISTORY OF MUSIC DIARY GROUP
Gerald “SyncereOnBeatz” Bookman started working with independent record labels in 2002.  In 2008, he worked at Ruff Ryders Entertainment as an intern, during which time he was given an opportunity to learn about artist development and a few things about the business side of entertainment by one of the founders, Darrin “Dee” Dean. 

In 2010, while working in the studio as a Christian rap artist under his own label entitled Music Diary Productions, he was discovered by a musician/producer that worked closely with Grammy winning record producer, Blac Elvis.  Utilizing the help of this producer and two others, SyncereOnBeatz launched Music Diary Group, an unofficial production company that participated in developing an artist, writing songs, and producing music between 2010-2013.  MDG worked alongside several artists such as Paul Porter, American Idol contestants; Kendra Chantelle and Ruben Studdard, and many more.

In 2013, SyncereOnBeatz stepped back from the music industry as he was conflicted about the type of music he was creating and about the direction he wanted his music career to go in. After spending time seeking God, SyncereonBeatz felt called to return to music with a focus on gospel and inspirational lyrics. In 2016, SyncereOnBeatz established Music Diary Group LLC, making MDG an official company to promote music and movies that inspire and give hope.

Dedicated To Derrick Godbold (March 1969 – July 2005)