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Montay was born in Nashville but grew up in Atlanta, GA. Although Montay was a little shy when he was younger he was very confident about one thing; that thing called rap, would someday become his to own. A young Montay was introduced to rap through the pen strokes of his older brother, who use to write fierce rhymes. Montay, not only begin to read his brother’s raps, but he also begin to perform them. Montay also begin to idolize other rappers such as Master P, Playa Fly and Warren G. At the age of 9 years old Montay decided that it was his time to shine and took to the stage to perform in a fourth grade talent show. This was a defining moment for Montay as he developed a love for rap that created a drive in him that remains to this day. It is this drive that gave Montay the confidence and skills to land second place out of fifty artists in the Sweet Auburn Festival’s “Best of The Best” competition. Montay’s journey did not stop here. Montay continued; becoming an opening act for local rap artist, Young Ralph, performing in the V103 radio station’s showcase, and even landing a spot on BET’s 106 Park/ Wild Out Wednesday.
Montay continues to perform today. Hits like “Blow Up”, “Crush”, and “Do What It Do”, prove to be a milestone of his career development when reflecting back on his first solo song, “We Running It”. A mature Montay boast to bring fun, excitement, and pure entertainment that keeps you wanting more. Montay’s music will definitely have a special spot with the ladies as he combines Hip and R&B to create a mature sound with commercial swagger.
Montay Rover began his collegiate career at Eastern Arizona Community College and moved on to Scottsdale Community College in Scottsdale, Arizona. It was here he played a second year of junior college football as a linebacker, graduating with an Associate’s in General Studies. From Scottsdale Community College Montay Rover continued on to play college football at Alabama A&M University (AAMU) in Huntsville, Alabama where he remains today. Initially the Alabama A&M University defensive coordinator tried Montay as a defensive tackle. The coordinator liked the way he got off the ball and his quickness on the line so he remained as defensive tackle throughout his first year at AAMU. During his second year at AAMU Montay Rover was moved to a linebacker position where he proved equally successful. As of today Montay hopes his long journey through football continues on to the professional level as he continues to train for his chance in the National Football League. In 2012 Rover finished second on the team with 56 tackles and added five tackles for loss. For full NFL Draft Analysis go to College2Pro.com
In March 2002, Tweet entered the charts with her debut solo single, "Oops (Oh My)", a risqué song about self-loving and appreciation. The song was produced by Timbaland and featured guest vocals by Missy Elliott. The single hit number one on the Hot R&B/Hip-Hop Songs and number seven on the Billboard Hot 100, with the help of a remix featuring Fabolous. In April 2002, Tweet released her debut album Southern Hummingbird to mostly strong reviews. The album featured production by Craig Brockman, Nisan Stewart, guitarist John "Jubu" Smith, Timbaland (who contributed four tracks) and Tweet herself. It also featured guest vocals by Elliott on "Oops (Oh My)",Bilal on "Best Friend", and BeatClub Records' Ms. Jade on "Sexual Healing (Oops Pt. 2)", and included a bonus track performed by Elliott, "Big Spender". The album was filled with soul-stirring vocals and lyrics taken from Tweet's own life experiences. The album spawned another two singles, Timbaland-produced "Call Me", and the radio single "Smoking Cigarettes", which had a video shot and directed by Little X but was never released. The album debuted at number three on the Billboard 200 chart.
On May 1, 1986, Jacqueline Daniels and Rodney Williams gave birth to a star by the name of Demontay “Tay” Daniels.
The sixth grade is where he discovered his gift for music and rhythm (playing percussion for the William R. Davie Middle School Marching Band). Unfortunately, during his middle school years the street life began to grab a hold of Tay forcing him to transfer to 3 different schools within the same year. Finally he ended up at Enfield and luckily, this kept him in school and not out.
As a freshman at Northwest Halifax High School, Tay discovered his skill of rapping. His peers began to rave that he had a voice like no other. His natural ability with words caught the heart of the ladies and Tay later decided to take his dream to another level. He began to promote and sell out shows at the local skating rink in Roanoke Rapids. Tay, however, was a force to be reckoned with. While he continued to work with different regional record labels, he was destined to become one of North Carolina’s best musical artists. Although early on he was faced with so much adversity, Tay managed to graduate from high school with honors.
In May of 2010 Tay was discovered by Crush'em Records Untouchable Sounds where he has become a serious threat to other artists in the industry. Tay is definitely one to watch. The rest is history in the making.
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While "Music Monday" is a very popular trending topic every week on Twitter, Laugh & Tears will be joined by young artists in the music industry for our very on "Music Monday" show. We will be joined by rap artists from Atlanta, GA. We we will be in good company of Cori Sims, J Plus, Montay & Jacquas of Sky's The Limit Entertainment. Join Laugh & Tears Monday night as we get ready for what's to come from these very talented young men & there new endeavors! They have some AWESOME news for us ;-)
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