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Tatiana Evans is an R&B/Hip-Hop artist from Memphis, TN. Music has always been her passion. At a young age, she sang in schools and in the church choirs. As Tatiana got older, she started getting in the studio to record her music. At age 25, her cousin-in-law, Hollowpoynt, gave her free studio time and her uncle, Kimbo Brown, gave her free beats. To show the world her dream and how passionate she is about music, her uncle also shot her video.
You can listen to "I Wish"by Tatiana Evans on Soundcloud.
https://soundcloud.com/tatiana-evans-1/i-wish-my-tatiana-evans You can also listen to her on Jango radio and watch her video on YouTube.
Bailey Langford aka T.R.A.M.A. (the realest and most artistic)
Bailey grew up in Oakdale, LA....he mostly listened to country music at that time. In fact the first album he ever bought was a Taylor Swift CD. He didn't get into hip hop until he moved to Lake Charles, LA in high school..after listening to Lil Wayne's Carter 2 he fell in love with words and felt that he needed to relieve his mind by writing down the wordplay driven metaphors he thought of.....A few years later he connected with Delshun Mays while working in a local grocery store. After listening to Delshun's mixtape roc hard ep...he decided to put what he was writing down into music and co founded The B.A.R.S. Crew with him that same year.
Jamaal Delshun Bellow aka Delshun Mays
Jamaal was born and raised in Oakland, California. He started writing short stories as a kid ....after listening to keep your head up by Tupac he decided to start writing poetry. He didn't get into writing music until he moved to Elton, La the summer before his freshman year of high school. He suffered an immediate culture shock by the move. .that coupled with the death of a close family member, he went into a severe depression only writing peoms and listening to "Georgia" by Ray Charles. One day Jamaal got his hands on the Marshall Mathers Lp by Eminem and was very intrigued by the story telling word play Eminem used in his songs and decided to write his own raps. He wrote a song a day until he graduated from high school. About a year or so after graduating, he decided to start recording his vocals...he didn't let anybody know he was recording. He used this time as a period to find his style and sound. .until he released his first mixtape Roc Hard ep 2011. That same year he met Trama and co founded The B.A.R.S. Crew.
27 year old Jake Aldridge was born and raised in the village of Reydon, situated in Suffolk, UK. When Jake was 11 years old, tragically his father died suddenly and unexpectedly. This life-changing event led Jake down the path of Songwriting. Despite having always struggled to deal with losing his father and role model, Jake eventually found comfort in writing his thoughts down on paper. To begin with, Jake’s notes were in the form of a diary. Until one day, he randomly started to rhyme a few of the words that he was writing and in time, his diary transformed itself into a book of poems.
Since Jake never had much of a singing voice and was inspired by ‘Rap’ Music, his method of performing these rhymes seemed like an easy choice to make. Jake would spend hours writing his feelings down, turning them into rhymes, and then would spend even longer performing them to himself and perfecting them, dreaming of one day becoming as good as the Rappers who he was so inspired by. One night, a teenage Jake had had a little too much to drink and with this he finally found enough Dutch courage to perform some of his raps to a couple of his close friends. Once his friends had got past the initial shock of hearing their mate rap unexpectedly for the first time, they were amazed. Jakes friends were both incredibly supportive and encouraging towards his lyrics. All of a sudden, Jake’s wildest dreams now seemed like somewhat of a possibility in his own mind.
Jake has spent the past 10 years perfecting his craft as a song writer. These days, Jake is working with producers & production companies from all around the world to create an image and sound that's unalike to any other musician.
To read Jake's bio in its entirety, visit him at http://www.jakealdridge.com/biography
Jacee was born and raised in Gettysburg, Pennsylvania, Now resigning in Harrisburg, Pennsylvania. He thrived at the arts, mainly focusing on painting and drawing.
In 2008 he discovered music. This became a new venture and quickly a new love! He has worked with many local artist from the MD, DC, VA, AND PA areas.
At the start of 2013, he began working exclusively with PsykoMusik. He has since had a major impact on the team. His loyalty and work ethics are part of what keeps the threads together.
Jacee is featured on Voice’s song “Nightmare” on the album titled: HallowQueen (Dec 2013) / "Smoke Screen & Mirrors" on the album titled: Hybrid Doll (Jan 2015) / "Feast of Flesh" on the album titled: Belligerence (Feb 2015).
Focusing on the Alternative/Rap/Hip-Hop style of music, he got inspiration from Trina, Ludacris, Dawn Richard, and Lyfe Jennings.
His first video released for the single “Change Your Life Ft Voice” is featured on the album, “Two Evils” on January 18, 2015.
The “Two Evils (Deluxe Edition)” will soon be released on iTunes, Amazon, Spotify and many other Internet sites for your listening pleasure.
Free Agent, born in Baltimore Md, has always had a unique ear for sound. Her opportunities to travel in and out of the United States has allowed her to become very eclectic. For quite some time in her earlier years she wondered what it would be like to actually create music of her own.
In 2010, upon meeting Voice, Free Agent believed in the talent that her new friend possessed. One day when accompanying Voice in a studio session, she decided to just doodle some words on paper. Later during the recording process Free Agent was asked to share what she wrote. It was "FIRE", she was then asked to record it and that was her first collaboration of so many more. I guess you could say the influence of Voice and her lasting thoughts of making music has become apart of her life.
Free Agent has become primary support for the movement that Voice A True Gogetta is building, thus becoming Co-Owner of the company.
On another note; Free Agent has the skills and talent to write screenplays and video treatments, edit as well as video record and she takes part in each and every video delivered from The PsykoMusik Team.
Even at the age of nine, Harlem, New York native, Sean "Pryce" Baker was on the path to stardom. Inspired by Harlem greats like Camron, Diddy, Big L, Mase and others Pryce and a few friends from his neighborhood started a rap group. They borrowed a tape recorder and put their money together to buy a cheap mic from the local corner store to record their songs. Always looking impressed his classmates, in particular the ladies, Pryce an his group would perform at school in the cafeteria on lunch breaks or during gym class.
At 14 Pryce and his family relocated to Virginia where he worked on honoring his abilities as a song writer and performer. Using his status as the "new kid" he gained the attention of his peers by doing local shows, competitions or even the occasional battle. He caught the interest of a local manager who eventually took him under his wing.
Pryce continued to work on building his fan base. He released a mixtape with then co-managed artist Quasim Aka 100% . The project entitled "Ladies Love Us", obviously geared toward the opposite sex, received mixed reviews but helped establish Pryce as a serious artist with serious work ethic.
Pryce recently released a single called "Money Kisses" with Former YMCMB artist "Lil Chuckee". He is also working on his 1st solo effort titled "Pryce Of Fame". Now a resident of Atlanta, Ga Pryce is more focused than ever. Writing, recording and performing all over the south Pryce is eager to provide quality music for his fans during the coming year.
I'm Devon "BGG YUNG FALLEN ANGEL" Patton. I am from Mobile, Al. I was born to Rhonda and Tyrone Patton. I have 3 brothers and 1 sister. I got into the rap game cause of how the new generation flows to this new whack style of lyricists. I was influenced to start rapping because I sought a change in what I listen to and hear across the airwaves. "Now a days most rappers talk about the same thing. The game is in need of a hero not a zero, so I became the face of the new hero," he says.
Yung F A attributes his love for music to his father and feels that he really doesn't have a favorite genre of music, because he likes it all. His influences are God, my family, nephews, girlfriend, and the fans that support him.
Yung F A is signed to the Metal 2 Music Records/SMG label. He is the CEO of sub-label Closet Music Entertainment (CME) and also is one-half of Bad Guy Gang. Yung FA is an entreprenuer and a hard working businessman. "Walk in Shoes," a promotional EP has just been released under the Metal 2 Music Records label and is available on all fine digital download and streaming sites. Coming Summer 2015, "Hybrid Angel," Yung F.A.'s second solo project.
You can catch Yung F A every Friday at 7:00pmCST, hosting CME TV on the Ustream network, discussing all things music industry related. http://www.ustream.tv/channel/cme-tv1
British independent hip hop recording artist Skatta from Coventry, United Kingdom. He is a co-founder of the hip-hop collective The Society, with whom he will release two debut mixtapes with in 2015.
Skatta started out as a grime mc nd slowly moulded into the rap scene taking 2015 by storm he will show his true colours and strengths as an artist an release mixtapes eps album nd much more lookout for the society clothing range coming soon
just been featured on the uk tv show uk super talent which is set to broadcast nationally in june.
Jeremy Jones, also known as JC DaSINsation was born with promise. Although he was plagued by typical adversity endured by many bi-products of ‘single parent’ households, he faced the odds, confronted the odds, and eventually triumphed over the odds. One of two children born into chaos and less fortunate, poverty stricken circumstances he was submerged into a life of adversity and hardship. Often, he and his older sister were left unattended for days at a time, lacking the essential elements of survival and nourishment. Although his roots are traced back to Petersburg, Virginia where his mother pushed him into this world on the living room of his aunt’s home; shortly thereafter, they relocated to Atlanta, Georgia to reside with his maternal grandparents. In 1986, a year after arriving, his mother was found deceased in the West End district from an apparent drug overdose. With losing his mother to death and his father serving consecutive life sentences, he was left to discover his own identity and sift through life’s tumultuous journey on a quest for self-discovery. Along the way he encountered the good, the bad, and the very ugly aspects of growing up without a mother, a father or an encouraging family structure. During this time the only viable outlet he had was music. Gangster Rap along with Rhythm and Blues(R&B) were his surrogate parents. From NWA to Anita Baker, he absorbed both ends of the spectrum. While being an avid fan of the culture practically his entire life, only in recent years has he began to pursue his passion for music and its creative process. Continuing to perfect and hone his craft, he also has thespian ambitions. Determined to become an admirable human being he remains humbled with humility. Seeking to enlighten, educate and entertain, Jc DaSINsation maintains a full load juggling music, acting, family as well as ensuring a stable environment is kept.
MR100 is the CEO, Owner, and an Artist of 100Wreckordz, LLC.
He has done multiple projects with multiple Artist within the Kansas City Area.
His latest music entitles singles such as, “What U Mad4?” released this year along with the video on VEVO and YouTube.
“Don’t Feel U” released last month, “Work, Work, Work” and “I Been Ready” released in 2014 with the hit single & video “That’s 100” which is still trending today and Top 20 in the 100 trending songs on Coast2Coast Mixtapes.
MR100 now has a Label that he spends most of his time building and managing.
Picking his Artist wisely, he chooses to do majority of the work until the gold has been found.
He began working with Artist “Rico Seville” but things didn’t go as planned due to lack of want.
Now working with new upcoming Artist “Labamba” he will get another chance at proving himself as a TOP CEO of an Independent Label and Artist.
He built www.100wreckordz.com and began pushing music digitally and helping other Independent Artist by Sponsoring them with ADS, and allowing their music to be placed on his platform.
MR100 continues to grow and build as both an Artist and CEO of 100Wreckordz, LLC.
Stay updated with his life and music here on www.100wreckordz.com .
2J is an American Rap, R&B, and Hip-hop group from Hattiesburg, Mississippi. It consists of Jerry Williams and Julius McCullum, which is how the name 2J came about. The group was formed in 2014, when the idea of doing a positive rap song came about. Living in a world filled with violence, and things of that nature, a positive song seemed like the best option. Julius got into music at a young age, when he was around 8 or 9 years old. He used to listen to different types of music like rock, rap, and even country music. He enjoyed different types of music, which inspired him as he got older and started writing music himself, mainly rock, country, and then later rap. That's when he got in touch with his friend Jerry and they started laying tracks together. Growing up in Hattiesburg, Mississippi, music hasn't been the easiest thing to do for a young black man. Coming from a small town called Columbia, Mississippi, Jerry Williams had been doing music for as long as he could remember. He got into Gospel Rap when he was 15 years old. From there he continued to do Gospel rap for 5 years, with his singer Kayla Brown. It was the perfect match between the two, so they called themselves Voices of Praise. Even though they never released any music commercially, they still have a fan base of 10k and more. After that, Jerry moved on to just recording individual and making beats.
Fast forward to 2014 when 2J was formed. The first song they did together was called "Trouble Risen." Looking at the local situation and looking at the world view point, led to the idea to do "Whats Wrong with the World." The song is meant to build individuals up. A positive rap song, meant to reach everyone, from young to old. With God helping them every step of the way, they are hoping to be a success and help to bless others on the way with this journey.
Paying honor and respect to some of the first individuals who taught us all how to "Do it Independently!! "
Happy Mother'S Day to all of the beautiful women we have the pleasure to call Mom, Mommy, Mum, Mother.