CADE is not only a musician, but he’s a fashion-lover with his own drip and style. Coming up in the electronic music scene, the singer-songwriter hails from Tampa but has spent the last 5 years in beautiful Los Angeles. Sharing a crib in the hills with Trevor from Cheat Codes, CADE
Arizona Zervas became an instant favorite with the release of his viral single, “Roxanne.” The record has since blown up tremendously on streams platforms, TikTok, and radio airwaves all across the country. The song’s official music video has broke 102 million views and counting, and Zervas couldn’t be more blessed.
If you were on Vine back in the day, chances are you saw Ruth B. A musician in her own right, the singer-songwriter prides herself in her ability to write, creating meaningful records for the masses. With the height of her viral single “Lost Boy” in 2015, the Washington D.C. native is proud to use her platform for the greater good — most recently releasing “If I Have A Son” dedicated to the Black Lives Matter movement.
Sa-Roc is here to declare that there doesn’t have to be one queen in hip-hop. Pushing her Goddess Gang movement, the Washington D.C. native is a true MC and spitter who can rap harder than your favorite artist. As the second lady of Rhymesayers Entertainment, she’s able to share a home with legends such as Evidence, Atmosphere, Murs, etc,
If you’re a DJ, you can only strive to accomplish what DJ Mark Da Spot has accomplished. The celebrity DJ prides himself in being able to turn up a crowd, making people happy, making people dance, and leaving them with the utmost, highest positive energy. Getting his start as a chauffeur for Justin Timberlake and eventually touring with Prince, the Jamaica-born, Bronx-raised entertainer has memories to last a lifetime.
SuperDopeQ is a multi-talented celebrity stylist, rapper, reality TV star, and overall entertainer. As a queer in the industry, the Milwaukee native has worked, grinded, and hustled his way into the place he’s in now. First getting his start assisting the CEO of Black Ink Crew, he has since become a cast member on the show and is now focused on his music career more than ever.
Tracy T just released his joint project with legendary producer Zaytoven, titled the Time Machine EP. The Decatur, Georgia native has wanted to be a rapper ever since the young age of 6 years old, when he hard Snoop Dogg’s “Gin and Juice” from his little boombox.
Nasty C is only 23 years old and already a global star. Not only is he the most-streamed artist in Africa, but he plans on bringing that exact same energy to America. The multi-Platinum singer, rapper, and producer is dubbed “the coolest kid in Africa,” boasting 3.1 million followers on Instagram alone. Currently signed to Def Jam, Nasty combines hard trap bangers with a nice balance of conscious lyrics.
Polo G is one of the hardest rappers in the music industry, period! The Chicago native first exploded onto the scene with his breakout single “Finer Things,” and has since catapulted to the forefront of the mainstream light. If you’re a day one Polo fan, you already know what kind of energy he’s on. This is pain music at its finest.
Yung Bleu is one of the hardest artists to bless the rap game, arriving with his own unique sound and voice that fans can’t get enough of. Hailing from Mobile, Alabama, Bleu was determined to make it out the trenches and take care of his family through and through. When it comes to his passion and drive for the music, there’s nobody doing numbers like him.
If you love hip-hop, you love Slug and Murs. Together as a musical duo under the moniker Felt, the two OGs have returned to surprise drop their fourth Felt project, following Felt 3 which was released over a decade ago. Felt 4 U arrives 12 track deeps touching on today’s current climate, which as you know, 2020 has been a wild rollercoaster in itself.
Sada Baby is one of the hardest rappers to come out of this decade, period. Hailing from the Eastside of Detroit, the “Bloxk Party” MC arrives with his own, quirky, out-of-this-world personality and energy, which trickles down into his music almost instantaneously. When it comes to the Detroit hip-hop scene, Sada is putting on for his city through and thorough.