Chicago Emcee “LP Da Assassin” is quickly gaining momentum after the release of the first single “I Got Em” off his up and coming project “No Yeast, No Feast” EP. In this up-tempo, high energy, street anthem, LP hits on a very relevant topic in today’s society; “Freedom of posting to your social media pages”. The south-sider flows effortlessly without missing a step lyrically over the 808’s and brass heavy track by Great Lakez of Band Kamp, when he spits “Are you mad at the world or are you just mad at me/ Are you tripping off my Facebook or something I posted on IG/”. That’s a question we all have to ask ourselves in a world filled with apologetic posts and loss of employment for controversial remarks on social media. “Da Assassin”, is sure to have more people “In Their Feelings” after this hit song takes off on radio and clubs across the country.
"Bout That Life" is the lead single from Young Trajik's EP album, #BANGMODE MUSIC. The track features fellow Ohio Hip hop artist B.Rich and is produced by Nate C. out of Dayton, Ohio. This track has the edginess and street grit appealing to the clubs while the catchy hook and witty lyrics are sure to have everybody reciting them and bobbing their heads to this bass driven hit! The song was released digitally in 2013.
No matter the weather, this guy is ready for whatever. Flyy.Witty. Pragmatic. Tre-Ez has a way with words and has no qualms about painting a picture with his lyrics. Being born and raised in the Foote Homes projects in South Memphis, TN is the backdrop for his music and source of his determination. Growing up in a single parent household taught him how to be responsible and assist his mother with taking care of business. He learned from the mistakes of his incarcerated step father, vowing to not follow that path. Exposure to a shattered family life taught Tre-Ez that he had to work a little harder to provide for his family.
Tre-Ez’s first encounter with music was the Jukebox on television. He was mesmerized by the hottest artists of that time. He can vividly remember his cousin attempting to teach him how to play the guitar at age 5, an instrument that he was fascinated with. He admits that his musical influences are TI, Fabolous and the Beastie Boys and this affected his decision to pursue music as a career. After performing his hot Memphis anthem “From the M” on Fox 13 Memphis during the Good Morning Memphis segment, he went to The Olive Garden and was immediately recognized from the show. A patron screamed with delight and treated him like a celebrity. After that experience, he knew that this is what he wanted to do…make good music and entertain the masses.
What separates Tre-Ez from other artists is his ability to adapt to any situation. His current fan base consists of a diverse composition, spanning across age, gender and ethnic demographics. This is due mostly to his entertaining delivery of real life situations. Tre-Ez steers in his own lane, sharing real life issues rather than glorifying degrading behavior. He wants Kids that are less fortunate to know that they too can be whatever they want to be. If they have a vision, they can get out of the situation. Positivity is what brings it out..
Passionate to say the least Juh’Millon is here and ready to take hip hop by storm. Born and raised in Tampa, Florida Juh’Million got his start rapping in 2011, while driving on the interstate with his father. His love and passion for music helps him to channel the emotions and feelings he keeps bottled up inside. His desire is to create master pieces through music.
While on a visit to Atlanta, Juh’Million and his father were there to purchase beats for other artists. Juh’Million no longer able to control his artistic need to write decided to use one of the beats for himself and has since been recording songs. As a young artist, he knows the need to put school first, so on his daily to do list is school and maintaining a workout routine, but unlike many other kids his age, his day is not complete until he puts the pen to paper and works on his art.
Juh’Million would like to work with the likes of Lil Twist, Lil Wayne, Waka Flocka, Rick Ross, and more; although he has yet to work with anyone. His ultimate goal is to make it big in the music industry and be able to support his family. Juh’Million wants to build relationships with djs; he knows that djs are the ones who help break artists and their singles. Juh’Million still has some obstacles to overcome, but is confident that he can do it. His current idol is Lil Wayne, he loves how Lil Wayne has fun and acts crazy at his shows, Juh’Million would love to do the same. Juh’Million wants to continue to stand out among the masses and most importantly keep his love for music going in the years to come. This young artist may have just gotten started, but he plans on a long and prosperous career.