Caliph Gamble is one of Philadelphia’s most sought-after creative talents. As the founder of Gamble Companies and Co-Founder of Sons of Legends Foundation, Caliph brings formal training in audio engineering and film to notable clients like Kool and the Gang, Universal Companies, Boyz II Men, United Way, Sony BMG, and Philadelphia Center for Arts and Technology, to name just a few. Working as a studio engineer and A&R representative at Philadelphia International Records, Caliph had the ability to work with PIR as they transitioned into the digital era. While working on the original masters that the Mighty Three Music partners Gamble, Huff, and Bell created over the last 50 years, he gained an appreciation for their songs that most don’t get to witness.
The inheritor of a powerful musical legacy, Caliph is the eldest son of Hall of Fame songwriter turned community developer Kenny Gamble and renowned radio/television personality and celebrity strategist Dyana Williams. Growing up around the world’s most talented artists, songwriters, and producers afforded Caliph first-hand knowledge of the entertainment business most can only imagine. He is committed to continuing the work of his parents by utilizing the power of entertainment and education to inspire and elevate others.