Passionate, compassionate, driven and multifaceted are some of the words to describe Ricardo Clarke. Whether immersed in civic & church activities, the arts or youth development he is determined to affect the lives of all in a meaningful way. He has shared stages with major acts such as Marvin Winnans, Vashawn Mitchell, Canton Jones and Grammy Award Winner Kierra "KiKi" Sheard. His smash hits “Not Settlin' , "Don't Count Me Out, and Wasting No Time” have topped many of the charts locally and internationally becoming favorites of many, as it awakens a desire for the absolute best in life. His music is heard and circulated in over forty countries outside the Bahamas. His willingness to deposit into the lives of young people led him to create the "Wasting No Time" School Campaign, which encouraged all to never settle in academics and reinforce the importance of using time wisely in school! It has reached 70 plus schools in 7 islands affecting the lives of 20,000 students in the Bahamas. He has travelled throughout the Bahamas, Turks and Caicos, USA, Canada, England, UK and Europe. He hosts the widely popular morning show on Joy FM and was recently nominated for the Bahamian Icon Award. The prestigious Caribbean Gospel Music Marlin recently awarded six time nominee Ricardo Clarke with reggae recording of the year for his latest hit single "Not Settlin". This was the first time this was done by a Bahamian. He has also been featured in international websites and magazines namely Ragga Magazine, l3 and She Caribbean which is circulated in 30 countries including the USA, UK and the Caribbean. He is also a sought after speaker and has been requested to speak at Colleges, High Schools, Conferences and Workshops. In addition he has led numerous philanthropic and charitable efforts namely the local fight against breast cancer by supporting the Sister/Sister Breast Cancer Support Group.