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Born and raised in South Miami, Florida, GhostWridah (born Troy Jeffery) was introduced to HipHop and was inspired to rap by his older brother, Roy Jeffery. Upon hearing the lyrical mastery of such MCs as Ice Cube, Dr. Dre, Jay Z, Outkast, and Slick Rick, GhostWridah knew he found his calling. He became mesmerized by the rap genre/ culture and it’s ability to inspire others to want to become somebody. The newcomer to the rap game got his name from the actual word ghostwriter while writing verses for his peers as a high school student. “A friend of mine started to call me ghostwriter because I would write everyone in our circles verses. The name stuck, I just changed the spelling for the sake of being creative,” says GhostWridah. Working a 9 to 5 by day and recording by night, GhostWridah became all too familiar with the word “HUSTLE.”• At a very young age, Ghost witnessed his older brother who, in his eyes was wrongly accused receive a twenty year prison sentence which devastated the young MC. Experiencing a life-changing moment-ofclarity and realizing that he wanted more from his life than bad company in the streets or a 9 to 5 at the gap could offer. “I realized that my drive and hard work in Hip-Hop was based on much more than a nice car and a few chains. It’s based on the amount of people I have depending on me to make something of myself, my brother is one of them.”•It was a struggle at first, but he finally landed a few ghostwriting gigs that supported his dream and allowed him to launch his own company The L.Y.F.E. Music, an acronym which stands for Live Your Future Everyday. Shortly thereafter, GhostWridah signed on with NorthStar Management NYC and created a formidable team to make his mark on the music industry. NorthStar and GhostWridah made a great two year run together releasing the acclaimed “The Ruler’s Back” LP which featured major acts such as Paul Wall, Shawty, Lo, Malik Yusef and more. The LP embarks us into a new era of Hip-Hop which focuses on the real person behind the music as opposed to the self-animated gangsta. It was released in November, 2008
Ghoastwridah received amazing reviews from some of Hip-Hops biggest sites. This street album is one of the most versatile street albums I have heard in a while truthfully from an up and coming artist. NorthStar and Ghost parted ways shortly after his return to Miami. We made great music together and we took it as far as we could as a team. At the end of the day I have a great deal of respect for those guys at NorthStar,• says Ghost. The rising star went on to release a mixtape titled “305′s & Heartbreak” A mixtape concept inspired by Kanye West’s “808′s & Heartbreak” The mixtape was named The 2009 mixtape of the yearâ€• on The305.com, one of Miami’s premiere websites for Miami Hip-Hop and fashion. An honor considering the mixtape had only been out six months at the time. 305′s featured the buzz worthy smash ‘Celebrate Lyfe’ which was produced by friend/ Rising local producer Leo ‘LowKey’ Zapata (Credits include, Trick Daddy, Smitty, Trae, Slim Thug).Since, GhostWridah has been working on the highly anticipated “In Love With My Future” LP, which spawned one of the biggest release of his career thus far, The Don Cannon produced hit, ‘Red Bottoms’ which set fire throughout the internet upon it’s February 15th release. There was a bit of controversy behind the song which turned out to be the beginning of an incredible working relationship between the two [Don Cannon & GhostWridah]. Cannon has been very instrumental in backing the GhostWridah brand. “You don’t usually hear too many cats with a the lyrical ability coming out of the south these days,”• says the super producer. Also adding to the latest remarkable compositions, the aforementioned, multi-talented LowKey, & L.Y.F.E. music newcomer Rem. With the release of his new single, along with a rapidly growing internet buzz Ghost has been approached by several major labels as well as an opportunity to meet the legendary Dr. Dre out in L.A. Miami/HipHop has a new face, and we advise you get use to it. With Poe Boy/Hiram Group backing him 100% and with the recent release of his latest EP, “American Alien,” it is safe to say that
2 ELEVEN FUTURE LOOKING BRIGHTER AS HIS CAREER TAKES FLIGHT . SEE WHAT 2 ELEVEN HAS COMING UP AND NEW PROJECTS
Rondey Gibson aka 2Eleven has captivated the streets with his music, can you tell us how it feels to be the King of the West Coast Underground? I'm a student of the game. I still got some shit to learn. I'm definitely putting my grind together. It feels a good to be looked at, and it feels good to have people are paying attention to me and my music. When did you first decide to pursue a career in the hip hop industry? Growing up in the hood, everybody dream is to be a basketball player, or a rapper. It got serious about the time I met Young Jeezy, and Suge Knight. I knew that this was what I wanted to do for a career wehen I went on my frist tour. How did you get your first break? I was being looked at, being around Jeezy and the CTE crew. I had put out two mixtapes. People didn't start taking me seriously until the first "Product Of The Block" tape. I did a song with Snoop Dogg called "Just Like That". That feature from Snoop solified me in the rap game. What artists if any have influenced you and why? Young Jeezy showed me how to make something from nothing. 2Chainz, he's been in it for a minuite, and he going strong right now. He keeps hope alive for me. I'm still young in the game, and he proves that the sky is the limit. You'ved toured with Young Jeezy , Lil Wanye , Jay Z and Trey Songz on the Street Dream Tour, The America's Most Wanted Tour and The Blueprint 3 Tour. What has these expierences been like ? It's a big learning expierence. I've learned different artists' stage presences. I've learned their buzz in different cities. It showed me that it is fun, but a whole lot of work. Its 24 hour work. You get up, you go to the next city. You have to deal with 10 hour bus rides. You do radio stations, instore signings, soundcheck, hit the show, go to all the afterparties, and get like 2 hours of sleep. Try doing that 44 days, it's hell. Fun is out the door after a while. Tell us about Your mixtape Product of the Block Volume 2 ? Product Of The Block 2 is a sequel, and an extension to the Product Of The Block mixtape which came out in 2008, which was real major to me. It shows my growth in music. It shows my situation. I have some dope features on there, great production. It's geared up to be another classic, and it's highly anticpated. What can people expect? You can expect energetic, turnt up music. Your going to hear party songs. I got songs for the women. Of course I have that thug motivation on there for the hustlers. I got that motivational music for up and comers. I'm a product of the block, and this is music for people like me from the streets, who are making something out of nothing. Any songs we should look out for? "Light One" produce by Rocket Man, "On My Shit" ft Freddie Gibbs produced by Purps, and "I Am" ft TY$ produced by Fuego. Where do you see yourself 5 years from now? I see myself alive, and still grinding to get better. Where can people find you online? Follow my twitter, @2Eleven. Subscribe to my YouTube Channel, ChannelDeuce, and stay posted for my new viral site that I'll be annoucing soon. I have a new mini vlog coming with 8732 Apparel where you'll see me performing on Young Jeezy's TM103 Tour, and you'll see some behind the scenes footage from a recent 8732 Apparel photoshoot. Stepping my entire internet presence up. You can find me on WorldStarHipHop, OnSmash, and USDA2Day on the regular.
The king is on the rise better known as
ob tashiz. Philly born native who has been into music ever since inspired by the greats Rakim, LL Cool J, Redman and many more. Rob Stashiz brings the true essence of hip hop back into the game with his family members Raw Deal Squad Ent crushing competition as he watches his empire slowly build and become more stronger with every minute like it's the last. Rob Stashiz will show the world just what type of trouble awaits when you listen to the music he and Raw Deal Squad Ent bring to the streets and the main industry as well. The Beginning of A New Era in not only Philly rap but hip-hop in general. Setting himself from his Brotherly Love MC counterparts, Rob Stashiz has opted to go the artistic route instead of gaining a reputation as a battle rapper. Using music as a way to channel his emotions, Rob Stashiz has survived hardships that should never be endured by any man, but has become a true master of his craft, by using their trials & tribulations to fuel their artistic expression. Rob Stashiz soon began making moves with underground alumni, Steph Pockets and Deep 6ix, as well as the original Raw Deal League family which consisted of family members such as Rome Vigga and Enemy. Stash would prove to be the shining light of the original click through his ability to reach listeners through raw emotion (a la Since I Was Young, which tells of his struggle with cancer) and story-telling ability. He decided to take the name on his back as others either departed or briefly lost focus. While others departed, Stashiz would remain as tight as real artists should. He slowly would grind his way to success by releasing the single Make 'Em Listen, which was played by Touch Tone & Pooch Man of 100.3 The Beat. He always wanted to Make 'Em Listen...That time has come for the proud father and vicious MC...Backed by his Raw Deal League family, once again, Stashiz is ready to take over the world and finally make them listen. Rob Stashiz created a market for himself in the music industry and he continues to break the ice with a clean cut projecting out his love and passion for his music. Finally recording artist puts his work out into the open with more of an impact then ever. Releasing his newest single featuring Easter Da Hardhead call “ PHILLY ANTHEM ”. CHECK OUT ROB STASHIZ IN THE BOOTH
F N G I SI 013 Milwaukee’s Signif returns to IHH with her long awaited project, ” The Transition“. ’The Wake Up’ is one of many great tracks off the album. One listen to ‘The Wake Up’ reminds you just how much female voices are needed in hip hop A widely respected, down-to-earth rapper and singer -- as well as a producer, arranger, and engineer -- Phonte (aka Percy Miracles, El Tigallo) was a member of Little Brother, a trio that formed during the late ‘90s at North Carolina Central University. Within years of formation, Little Brother became the leading alternative rap group of their time. While Little Brother were still thriving, Phonte established The Foreign Exchange with Dutch producer Nicolay; that act debuted in 2004 with Connected, then made a marked shift toward moody, left-of-center R&B with the Grammy-nominated Leave It All Behind Disc1 (2008) and Authenticity (2010). Little Brother disbanded in April 2010; within a year and a half, Phonte released his first solo rap album, Charity Starts at Home. Throughout his career, Phonte has been involved with numerous outside projects; he collaborated with DJ Mitsu The Beats, Murs, Darien Brockington, DJ Shadow, 4hero, and The Roots, among several others, and recorded a series of side-splitting (but affectionate) covers EPs with multi-instrumentalist Zo!, one of his The Foreign Exchange associates. ~ Andy Kellman, Rovi
HOOD- WHERE WERE YOU BORN AND RAISED? i was born and raised in Carson, CA. I rep the West Coast.....
HOOD- HOW RUFF WAS YOUR LIFESTYLE GROWING UP? You know coming from Cali and Southern Cali at that the Gang life is really evident in your life. Carson is right between Compton and Long Beach, but also has nice residential homes and neighborhoods. I experienced the normal LA lifestyle growing up, you know getting into it with other hoods, the homies dieing, getting in trouble with the law, all that. HOOD- WHAT MADE YOU WANT TO BE APART OF THE RAP GAME? I been rapping since i was in high school just banging on the tables freestyling or whatever. Honestly, I really didnt start taking it serious until getting into some trouble, having a child, and having people tell me I had a lot of talent and a gift with rapping. It was a combination of all that to help me take my music seriously and want to pursue it.... HOOD- HOW DID YOU COME UP WITH THE NAME ROCCETT? Thats always been my name, Roccett is my last name... so people been calling me Roccett my whole life from teachers, to people in the hood. HOOD- WHO IS YOUR INFLUENCE? Tupac is a great influence on me.. I am influenced by anyone that has had a long succesful career in this game. Longevity is hard in this game, so artists like Jay Z, Nas, Ice Cube, Snoop, they all have had some influence on me. HOOD- COMING FROM THE WEST COAST, A REGION THAT HAS PRODUCED HIP HOP STARS LIKE SNOOP AND DR. DRE. HAS IT PUT A LOT OF PRESSURE ON YOU? No, i dont feel pressure. I really do this, so there isnt any pressure just because I am from the West Coast. Thats just a part of me, but my music is made for the entire world, I have a fanbase everywhere and I am always trying to expand my music and brand... HOOD- WHAT IS IT ABOUT YOUR STYLE THAT SEPARATES YOU FROM ALL OF THE OTHER HIP HOP ARTISTS OUT RIGHT NOW? I am real, a real artist that dont let fads or trends influence me or my music. No one put me together and made me a certain way. I keep it 100. My music is made off of emotions and how I am feeling, so people gonna relate to that music, real respect real...
HOOD- WHAT CAN ROCCETT BRING TO THE HIP HOP GAME THAT NO ONE ELSE IS BRING RIGHT NOW? Like i said, I am always gonna be me and authentic to who I am... I am not worried about what others are bringing, I am worried about being the best that I can be, making good music, and giving my fans what they want. I do this for the people, the fans, its that simple.... HOOD- HOW DID YOU GET THE OPPORTUNITY TO BECOME AFFILIATED WITH YOUNG JEEZY, SUCH A WELL KNOWN, SUCCESSFUL EAST COAST RAPPER? Honestly, i knew Jeezy from being in the streets, the streets can bring you a long way. I used to see Jeezy out of town and we had mutual homies, Jeezy didnt even know I rapped at first. One time he was in LA doing an event or some promo heard me rap and we was Corporate Thuggin after that. I parted ways with Jeezy on the business side of things and focusing on my Green Up movement. I been chopping it up with Rozay and my MMG fam and just gonna continue to grind, hustle, and build. HOOD- HOW HAS THE EAST COASTS RESPONSE BEEN TOWARD YOUR MUSIC AND STYLE SO FAR? I get love in the East Coast, from New York to Atlanta and throughout the south. I have the opportunity to spread my music in these regions and collab with different artists in this regions. I got major love for the East and the South and feel at home whenever I am out there. HOOD- WHAT SHOULD WE EXPECT FROM ROCCETT A YEAR FROM NOW? You should definitely expect me to keep flooding the streets with music, you should expect to see me city to city touring, i will still be pushing my Get Your Green Up Movement, pushing www.iamroccett.com, you possibly will see me venturing into acting and or tv of some sort, really just growth, continuing to have my career grow and working hard. The sky is the limit though.... HOOD- IN YOUR EYES WHO IS YOUR STRONGEST COMPETITION RIGHT NOW IN THE GAME? I see myself as the only competition for me, as I stated earlier I dont worry about what others are doing, i focus on getting the most out of whatever I am doing. Thanks for having me and too all my fans thanks for the support and please hit me on Facebook at www.facebook.com/roccettgreenup follow my Twitter at @iamroccett and get the catalog at www.itunes.com/roccett. Thanks
Anthony Ortiz, better known for his rap name FEV, is an upcoming refreshing artist born in East Harlem, New York City. Growing up in Thomas Jefferson Houses; Fev was inspired by his favorite rappers like Big Pun, Jay-Z and Beanie Siegel but his flow is still raw, original and captivating. He hopes to make East Harlem proud and reach ears worldwide. FEV was surrounded by a household that was diverse on music; listening to hip-hop, latin, and freestyle. But the major influence in his life was his father, Tony from the internationally-known group TKA. FEV used to tag along with his father; going to local shows, enjoying tours and witnessing the phenomenon of a success and a dream come true. One of his most memorable moments with his father was at WKTU's Beatstock, TKA performed for a crowd of 55,000 at Giants stadium. The wow factor was incredible for FEV and his sister, Brook Penning, who was given the chance to sing for the spectators. FEV was inspired. But growing up FEV was afraid to show his father his talents. When he was in the 11 th grade his increasing buzz was all over the streets of East Harlem. Eventually catching his fatherâ€™s attention, he was impressed by his son. The name FEV was given to him by Black Rob, another well-known rapper. His exact words were, "You're hot like a fever", hence the name FEV which stuck in the streets. FEVâ€™s distinct flow, clever self-written lyrics, Spanish background and obvious passion sets him apart from any other rapper stemming from Harlem. His songs are based on stories and topics of everyday life from the good to the bad to the ugly; Goals, death, stress, happiness, dreams, love are just a few. FEV works with artists all over the tristate and almost had the chance to sign with Trackmasterz, but since monetary issues were never resolved, he remains indie. Motivated by his fans and the hopes of making it, FEV aspires to become a successful entrepreneur setting higher standards for more upcoming artist. Aside from the determination and focus that music has given him, FEV has also learned a great deal about himself. He is built to handle a lot more than he thought he could; Music made him a man. And he will not stop until he reaches his dreams.
The king is on the rise better known as Rob Stashiz. Philly born native who has been into music ever since inspired by the greats Rakim, LL Cool J, Redman and many more. Rob Stashiz brings the true essence of hip hop back into the game with his family members Raw Deal Squad Ent crushing competition as he watches his empire slowly build and become more stronger with every minute like it's the last. Rob Stashiz will show the world just what type of trouble awaits when you listen to the music he and Raw Deal Squad Ent bring to the streets and the main industry as well. The Beginning of A New Era in not only Philly rap but hip-hop in general. Setting himself from his Brotherly Love MC counterparts, Rob Stashiz has opted to go the artistic route instead of gaining a reputation as a battle rapper. Using music as a way to channel his emotions, Rob Stashiz has survived hardships that should never be endured by any man, but has become a true master of his craft, by using their trials & tribulations to fuel their artistic expression. Rob Stashiz soon began making moves with underground alumni, Steph Pockets and Deep 6ix, as well as the original Raw Deal League family which consisted of family members such as Rome Vigga and Enemy. Stash would prove to be the shining light of the original click through his ability to reach listeners through raw emotion (a la Since I Was Young, which tells of his struggle with cancer) and story-telling ability. He decided to take the name on his back as others either departed or briefly lost focus. While others departed, Stashiz would remain as tight as real artists should. He slowly would grind his way to success by releasing the single Make 'Em Listen, which was played by Touch Tone & Pooch Man of 100.3 The Beat. He always wanted to Make 'Em Listen...That time has come for the proud father and vicious MC...Backed by his Raw Deal League family, once again, Stashiz is ready to take over the world and finally make them listen. Rob Stashiz created a market for himself in the music industry and he continues to break the ice with a clean cut projecting out his love and passion for his music. Finally recording artist puts his work out into the open with more of an impact then ever. Releasing his newest single featuring Easter Da Hardhead call â€œ PHILLY ANTHEM â€?. CHECK OUT ROB STASHIZ IN THE BOOTH
YoungDon da great aka Don Fowler is a hip-hop artist from Springfield mass his music is a refection of a like he has lived. born in Harlem ny and moved to mass at the age of 5 lost his mother at the tender age of 8 stayed wit his grandmother were he fell in love wit the hip hop culture at 12 he wrote his first rhyme and at 14 recorded his first demo song called ’life goes on "which was a reality story telling real life lyrics at 16 don was preforming in Hartford ct with a small indie company but at the same time don was in the streets selling drugs and running the street he drop out of school in 10th grade to raise his new born at 21 don was locked up for drugs possession and sentenced to a year were he crafted his skills more only released don went back to the street were in a year later he would be again in jail this time for three years now in jail he freestyle and battle many other inmates and wrote a lot of personal and painful songs his witty punchline and deep messages give him more of a realistic look on life so now he could mix his punchlines wit real life giving him the range to be a big crossover artist his slow flow and attention to detail makes his one of the best unsigned artist never heard More About The Artist Listen https://twitter.com/YOUNGDONDAGREAT
RAP ARTISTS. Racking up over a quarter million myspace plays, the Rapper, Producer, Singer and Songwriter Derrick Burrows, known AS D.A.B., was born March 3rd 1989 in Dallas, TX. In spring of 2008 D.A.B.’s song “Airman”, produced by Puzzle Productions was the No. 1 song on SoundClick. This was only the beginning of his musical Career. D.A.B.’s musical career really started taking off in 2009, with appearances on 4 radio songs. His biggest radio song hit in 2009 “Was Do Ya Thang”; the video for the song was shot for and by Kang Bear. D.A.B has recorded music and toured with Mike Jones. He has toured and opened for other artists such as, Durrough, Rich Boy, Chamillionaire, Chalieboy, Lloyd, New Boyz, Hurricane Chris, Ca$h, and many others. In late 2010 early 2011 D.A.B. released BTL, BTL 2.0 feat Single GOT HER WHIPPED, BTL 3.0 feat PANTIES AT HOME & Invasion feat DRIVE THRU MUSIC. D.A.B.’s very diverse style in each song brings something new to the game giving him unlimited potentiality.
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MASSPIKE MILES IS KNOWN FOR HIS TALENTED VOCALS IN THE MUSIC INDUSTRY. CATERING TO A BACKGOUND RELATING TO JAZZ AND OTHER RELATED MUSIC MASSPIKE MILE’S BECAME THE NEW SOUL IN TODAY’S MUSIC .Appearing on many hit songs with the well known rapper Miami self made CEO Of Maybach Music Group Ricky Ross. Masspike Mile’s leap thru the thresh hole coming from Boston to the lime light with his rooted voice of pure R&B smoothness but yet street swagga that identifies Masspike Mile’s as the future in this new era of hip hop music. Read more about Masspike Mile’s ………...
Miles Wheeler, named by his father and extremely talented jazz musician, after the musically inclined great Miles Davis, need I say more, but its only fair to the world that Masspike Miles’ history become exposed. Miles was born into a family of true talent from every aspect of the entertainment industry, early into his childhood, consistancy from the family tree, showed up again and that is when the birth of Masspike Miles came into play… Miles born December 31, 1980, in Sacramento,California,and raised in Boston Massachusetts was culturally dedicated to creating master music, starting his career off at a very early age, with a well recognized group called the perfect gentlemen was the launch of Miles’s career… Miles grew up in a household where, walking through their home was like walking thru a band hall . Music is his life! Miles’s father played such an intricate role in his passion for music…which his father the originator Mr.Wheeler was also known for his unlimited amount of attributes to instrumentally composed music. Miles has often spoke of his teachings from his father as his protege. He has given his son the stamp of approval to compete in an industry of well respected talent. Miles wasn’t only listening to the music of some of the great legends such as Miles Davis, Thelonius Monk,Dizzy Gillespie,Pat Matheeny,War Report,Ella Fitzgerald and other music moguls around.As well as also learning the ins and outs of this industry that is known for its lack of loyalty. Contrary to it all, Miles has made his presence felt and he is just getting started. In his childhood discovered by the R&B super producer Maurice Starr and was placed in the R&B group called “Perfect Gentlemen”as the lead singer on Warner Bros records in 1992 at the tender age of 11 years old,and having the honor of working with Dallas Austin, Maurice Starr, Eddie F, Tim and Bob ,Akon, Vincent Hubert, Montel Jordan, DJ Toomp,David Banner,Bobby Brown and many others. Miles has also wrote and produced tracks for some of todays most promising acts such as,Fabolous, Smoke Bulga, the late great Stack Bundles R.I.P. Jr Writer, Freeway, Benzino, J.R get money, Roc Dukati, Paul Cain, Freck billionaire, B.G formerly of cash money records to acting in movies such as Dirty crimes and High stakes. Miles also modeled for Antonio Ansaldi in over 12 spreads in the Source magazine, Source sports, F.E.D.S magazine and Don diva. Being the hustler and entrepeneur that Miles is,he formed the company and record label Life 4 Life enterprises with partners Roc Dukati and”Smoke Bulga”,who eventually signed to epic/ sony records.Miles is also excecutive producer along with business partner Gangsta Lean for one of the most recognized dvd’s known as the “Ghetto Report dvd” featuring some of the top entertainers in the industry speaking of their true feelings from beef to respect…Miles is on a mission. And if you have been confused about this brother, he is here to clear the airwaves. Forming the future super production team Tha Track dealers llc with Atagon1st he is sure to heat up your local radio stations across the entire universe!!! Miles has become such a noise maker in this industry that he has inspired false personators who are trying to become Masspike Miles, I guess when Jigga said “if u made hov, make another hov.” Well that qoute is the reality of Masspike Miles but to ever try to duplicate a masterpiece is impossible and considered a fraud! Pay close attention to the future of Masspike Miles success is his destiny…
Bridging the gaps of
what many fail to realize, Thaione Davis consistently continues to develop and push the envelopes of progression. As an accomplished producer/emcee born and raised in the mean streets on the south side of Chicago, Davis has silently become a vessel in the ranks of hip hop domestic and abroad. Well known as a modern day renaissance artist, Davis adds legacy in various forms stemming from music to visual snapshot. cinematographer, sound engineer, photographer, dj, and all around bboy; it is worthy to note the dedication given for his craft and conviction. With several vocal/instrumental releases on both sides of the water, Thaione has developed a niche for capturing the many moods and passions of life. The signature of his global travels is reflective in not only his music, but in every aspect of his craft. Modest by nature, meticulous by trade, Davis thoroughly represents the essence before innocence lost. READ MORE ON THAIONE DAVIS
There are rappers, there are labels, and there are groups, but there is nothing like Machina Muerte. Machina Muerte is a huge collective of rappers and producers who are on the cutting edge of music, a clan with a loyal cult following that operates more like a heavyhitting crime syndicate than a traditional label or group. If you sit down and listen to everything ever recorded by their talented roster, you won’t find much that isn’t innovative and brimming with raw skill, but you will likely have you mind blown by the sheer creativity and energy behind it. With members all over the nation and all over the spectrum of sounds, there isn’t much this collective can’t do. They are definitely a force to keep an eye on. We’ve already interviewed Isaiah Toothtaker, one of the group’s ringleaders, so this time we had him interview some of the other members in the first of a three-part series on Machina Muerte. In this section we’re highlighting one of the earliest members, Alex Pathetic AKA Rapewolf, and the group’s newest member, ShowYouSuck. Alex Pathetic is a long-standing Machina member with one free album and one free EP to date, crammed with energetic, pumped-up raps with an over-thetop flow, and he graced UGS with his characteristically offensive style, out to prove that no one can smoke as much hash or do as many push-ups as he can. ShowYouSuck is Machina’s newest inductee, hailing from Chicago with a unique style, smooth beats, and his own brand of trillwave rapping, also with a new free album, a new free EP, and plenty of dope visuals, out to prove that he is one of the brightest up-and-coming stars in the scene. So take a look into the life of this enigmatic crew with the first installment of our Machina Muerte series, Isaiah Toothtaker interviewing Alex Pathetic and ShowYouSuck. (READ MORE CLICK ON BOTTOM TEXT)
Machina Muerte Part 1: ShowYouSuck + Alex Pathetic (Rapewolf)
Already a pillar in the Pittsburgh hip hop community, Jasiri X is right on the brink of falling into major success, and Wandering Worx is prepared to give him the shove he needs to tip right over the edge. The six time Pittsburgh Hip Hop Award winner took home Album of the Year honors for his debut LP, American History X, as well as a Song of the Year award for his fiery, politically inspired single “Free the Jena 6.” lyricist is generating a whirlwind of media attention, especially after his performance on BET’s Rap City, fueled by the popular music videos for the single “Enough is Enough,” directed by X Clan’s Paradise the Arkitech and NYOIL. His expanding ring of coverage continues to grow past local newspapers and magazines, reaching numerous hip hop websites, and is beginning to break into the national media, especially with his new record from Wandering Worx Music on the horizon.
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Rap artist Digital Wes, Producer, Engineer, Writer, Mixer, Master, former name Loca Mota & Harris, born as Wesley Harris from Sacramento, California. Digital Wes is now a graduate of Musicians Institute of Hollywood, in the field of Audio Engineer. He has plans to continue his studies in Post Production. He had an opportunity to mix music for singer Brian McKnight during the course of his studies. He has recently signed a deal with 14KAY on the label ScrewURecords, which has worked with artists like Wylout, Skandoe, Black Mobb, Dymin Dope, Illegal Mindz and Gucci Mane. Digital Wes joined the group 2-2-0ent aka “Second2None Ent” back in March 2010. Recently he performed for the Tori Spelling & Dean Show at the Los Angeles Graff Lab, and took 2nd place in Los Angeles at the La Showdown with 2-2-0, held at the Staple Center. He also took 2nd place at the Cali Dance Festival also with 2-2-0 held at the La Sports Arena, November 2010, for which he is still owed $3,000 winnings. He has built his fan-base in the Antelope Valley, Los Angeles, and now Oxnard and Ventura. He is now established as an Urban Indie Radio Artist by DJ Chris Woodard, and receives regular radio air-play on several internet radios including Brazil. He owns his own independent publishing company DUB H PUBLISHING, and is managed by Ms. Rosalyn Harris, owner of Digital Wes Entertainment and upcoming My Own Talent Agency. Digital Wes introduced 2-2-0ent to the music industry, as he writes, creates, mixes, masters, and produces music for his group, as well as himself. He brought 2-2-0ent the music, they brought him the dance. He is the lead vocal artist for the group and has performed at many music performances and celebrity events. He was recently asked to join Shanica Knowles (Beyonce's cousin) engineering team for the production of her music. He was featured on The R3jectz official video, Young Sam, and opened the MANN concert in Oxnard. He was also in the music video for Nick Cannon's artist, Wonder Broz. Digital Wes (nominee) will be performing at the 2012 IIAMA (Indie Artist American Music Awards) August 4 2012 at the Performing Arts Center in Lancaster, CA. Digital Wes also has prior acting experience and has appeared twice on Everybody Hates Chris, Cold Case, Lincoln Heights and twice on the final episodes of Outlaw alongside Jimmy Smits. At a younger age he traveled, appeared and sang at several star-studded events with Children of The World Choir in Beverly Hills from 2005-2008, and met actors such as Sting, Natalie Cole, Robert Downey, the late Ed McMahon and Dustin Hoffman to name a few. He is represented by Central Casting and KJAR & Associates for his acting career. Digital Wes wants to be a well-known artists in the music industry, and works very hard to obtain that goal. His first single release "Lamborghini Doors Up" will be on his first single album "The Illumination." His 2nd single with SpiderLoc of GUnit, entitled "I Go Fanatic" remix from Digital Wes's original version, will also be on his album. His group single hit "G's In The Club" ft. Candymann will also be an addition to his album. He is also working on his 3rd single "The Message."
He has done collaborations with Spider-Loc of GUnit, Young Nephew ( Tyga’s brother), LilWill, JonDoe, and B.F.L.Y.(The Game sister) song entitled "The Piano." He has an upcoming collaboration with ShortyMack, Precious Way(soujaboy cousin), David Ruffin Jr., El Debarge Jr., Ryan James, WesNyle and American Idol's Scott Savol. His first hit group single "Cameras With The Flashing Lights" produced by Digital Wes, vocals by Digital Wes, Kayfaze and JayAce of 2-2-0ent,was picked and selected by Executive Teddy Sykes of DRS radio and Chris Woodard of Indie Urban Radio along with “Squabbin," also produced by Digital Wes, group vocals. He has done interviews on live radio with Q104.7FM, the sister station of Power106LA, Urban Soul Radio, Everybody's Radio, Breezy's Blog Talk Radio in Brazil, and Las Vegas AnR Radio for which he is an official AnR radio artist. He has performed at venues for 100.9 The Heat radio, 2011 Las Vegas Summerfest Fremont Experience,and he is sponsored by Urban Culture Magazine of Las Vegas. For all past shows and current shows, view the Schedule option for more information. Digital Wes has joined in with Ty Farley of MaginiousPR promoting the BLINK Campaign with recording artist Niki Saletta, a cause for HIV/AIDS at www.theblinkcampaign.org. He is sponsored by PHARMACY and CLOCKWIZE clothing. International HipHop and ringtones sponsored by @DJEightmile of Detroit. He is a promo artist for FanClubInternational.com, current member of Urban Culture Magazine(sponsored), Vegas A&R Radio, IP Music Group, MyStage Music and Official Indie Urban Radio Artist. You can hear Digital Wes music on the official: INDIE URBAN RADIO http://www.live365.com/ index.livestation, Urban Soul Radio: http:/everybodyradio.com/ sunsetandgumbo Las Vegas A&R Radio, Breezys Radio Show in Brazil, Mary Mac(International Recording Artist) Radio Show, NexRadio, Q104.7FM. His official coffee is purchased from www.lequeengourmetcoffee.organogold.com
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