Elder Claude Harris, Jr.
West Campus Leader
Elder Claude Harris, Jr., also known as Claude Deuce, is an American singer, songwriter, and producer born and raised in Augusta, Georgia.
He began singing in church at the age of two and went on to play several instruments. He is a 2012 Stellar Award Nominee for his work with the children’s tv show, My Destiny Place.
Claude has written and/or produced songs and remixes for big AL, Deitrick Haddon, Tonex, Sean Simmonds, Danielle Harris, J4 Twenty-3, Noah Nicholson & Family Worship Center Celebration Choir, Shirley Murdock, Monica Lisa Stevenson & Milliyon and many more to come.
In 2009, he released his first nationally distributed album entitled, Young Elder. He joined the PJ Morton Band for the Walk Alone Tour and was apart of the Reclaim Tour 2011. He released the Wanna Be Winans mixtape in April 2011 to rave reviews and thousands of downloads! In 2012, he released The Pastors’ Son, and the following year, he collaborated with big AL to release the Super Friends album. His latest offering is The Praise & Worship Files EP that dropped in June 2014.