Estee Bullock, originally from Brooklyn, New York is currently a resident of Bensalem, Pennsylvania.  He began his musical journey in New York as a member of the Grammy Award winning Gospel group Hezekiah Walker & Love Fellowship Crusade Choir in 1985 and still performs with the multiple award-winning singers occasionally.  His formal music training and studies began at the world renowned Fiorello H. LaGuardia H.S. (also known as the FAME school) in Manhattan, New York where he majored in Voice. In 1996, Estee Bullock received and Entering Student Scholarship to attend Berklee College of Music of Boston, Massachusetts where he majored in Music Business and Management and minored in Vocal performance.


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"My heart is fixed. My mind's made up. No room, no vacancy. I'm all filled up. His spirit lives in me and that's the reason I'm SOLD OUT.."

- Estee Bullock


After working and writing for a few independent projects and at his church, Estee Bullock (along with co-writer Nathan McNair) wrote the mega Gospel choir anthem “Souled Out” for Hezekiah Walker.  Which also became Walker’s first #1 Gospel song on Billboard Charts and it maintained that spot for 14 weeks.  As one would imagine, Estee Bullock’s songwriting acclaim lead him to write for other Gospel artists like Shirley Caesar, Maurette Brown-Clark, J. Moss, DeWayne Woods, Jonathan Nelson, and Ricky Dillard.

Estee has released 2 independent albums “Fisherman” and “For The One I love” and is also the author of the book, “Worship: Cause & Effect” all of which he published independently.