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Back home, he was known as a hometown rapper and organizer of the popular McMillan Street block party, but in 2014, South Memphis rapper Blac Youngsta became a nationwide name thanks to his hit song “Heavy.” Youngsta began hosting the parties in 2011 in order to honor a neighborhood youth, King Craddy, who was violently murdered the year before. A year later, he released the first of his Fast Brick mixtapes, with Fast Brick 2 landing that same year. Fast Brick 3 followed in 2014, while the single “Heavy” landed late that same year.
Already, June B and DJ Leem – the stage names for Kenneth Earl Hemingway Jr. and Khaleem Solomon – have performed with established stars of the business, opening for Nappy Roots at the Riot Room in Kansas City in May and for Wiz Khalifa in Lawrence.
With football in the rear-view mirror, Hemingway found a new teammate: his Army brat cousin who was born in Germany, was raised in New York and visited South Carolina each summer.
The pair aren’t slacking on their new venture, continuously working on new songs and promoting the material on social media.
“We try to put as much of ourselves into our music as possible,” Solomon said. “We don’t ever stop grinding.”
But while they take the process seriously, just as important to them is having fun.
“I want someone to listen to our music and know we’re a good time,” Solomon said. “We don’t try to promote violence or nothing like that.”
DALLAS, TX – 2 Piece Malone is an artist who embodies the duality of mankind – the idea that every person essentially has two personalities. It’s an idea as old as time. Some have called it the Id and the Ego, the good and the bad, the fun and the serious. For 2 Piece Malone, it’s an identity that he hopes fans will embrace through his self-proclaimed “yin and yang” music. In the meantime, he hopes fans will be impressed with a new single he’s released called “Barz” that’s available on Spotify, Soundcloud, iTunes, Amazon, and Google Play. It’s a song that’s somewhat “psychedelic” in a sense. “It’s a song that came about on one of those nights when I took some Xanax bars and was listening to some beats and that’s what popped into my head,” he said. “It’s one of the standout songs on the EP I released (“2 Piece Malone – NLFS,” available on iTunes). It’s a comical song but it also has a double meaning. It’s lyrical and funny and psychedelic and trippy all at the same time.”
The Woman, real name Glenda Martinez is of Garifuna Decent, by way of Honduras, Central America. Born and raised in East New York, Brooklyn, Toni developed a style and edge like no other. Fusing all the elements of her traditions and culture this talented female with a strong entrepreneurial spirit is ready to take on the world.
Multi Award winning artist ToniSteelz and just recently winning Female Rapper of the Year in the All Star Music Awards Toni has made a name for herself in the industry. More notably as ½ of the Multi Award Winning Male/Female Hip Hop duo BLACKSTEELZ Toni has continued to raise the bar without compromising her originality. Toni has been creating music with producers such as Canei Finch, Raheim Beyah formerly of Czar Entertainment, Hassan Shareef, Jimi Kendrix and Drawzilla of Comrades Corp which is just a few who are helping brand that ToniSteelz sound.
ToniSteelz is no stranger to the stage, having performed in every major showcase in and around the tri state area, acting on stage in various off Broadway productions as well as modeling for companies such as Pelle Pelle Toni has solidified herself as an all-around all American entertainers. Host, Producer and Programmer for its A Go Radio and Co-Host of Video Music Box alongside Ralph McDaniels ToniSteelz has continuously shown her diversity, will and knowledge and continue to push the limits and explore her talents. Having performed in venues such as Madison Square Garden, Times Square Arts Center, SOB’s, BB KINGS, THE TRIAD and many more…ToniSteelz is ready to embark on a world tour and model for the thick and sexy,,,representing for women that look like her.
TonSteelz’s 1st solo project “Just Me” has been placed on countless digital sites and blogs for your listening and purchasing pleasure. The video for “Google Me” premiered on Video Music Box and is currently being shopped to television music networks with over 12,000 views on YouTube. So much more to come from ToniSteelz “Our Favorite HoodCHic” Stay tune….U Already Know, IT’S A GO!
Known as Tity Boi in the Atlanta-based Playaz Circle, 2 Chainz launched a successful solo career around 2010 and issued hits like “No Lie” and “Where U Been” while becoming the go-to artist for guest verses. Born and raised in College Park, Georgia, 2 Chainz first went solo in 2007 with the mixtape Me Against the World. The 2Pac references continued with his 2009 mixtapes Trap-A-Velli and All Ice on Me, but 2010’s Me Against the World 2: Codeine Withdrawal hit his style on the nose with the last bit of its title, and when DJ Teknikz and DJ Frank White collected his best street tracks in 2011, the hard and hazy set of cuts was dubbed the Codeine Cowboy mixtape. That same year he was featured on David Banner’s “Yao Ming” and Big K.R.I.T.’s “Money on the Floor,” while a year later he landed on Kanye West’s “Mercy” as well as Nicki Minaj’s “Beez in the Trap.” He also signed with the Def Jam label in 2012 and released the single “No Lie” before dropping his official debut, Based on a T.R.U. Story. Lil Wayne, Nicki Minaj, and Mike Posner were among the Grammy-nominated album’s special guests, while production was handled by the likes of the-Dream and Drumma Boy. Following later announcements that 2 Chainz had been working on new material with Pharrell Williams and Drake, a sequel — titled B.O.A.T.S. II: Me Time — arrived in September 2013. The album featured the hits “Feds Watching” and “Where U Been,” but 2 Chainz was also heard on singles from B.o.B. (“Headband”), Major Lazer (“Bubble Butt”), and Juicy J (“Bandz a Make Her Dance”) that same year, while 2014 saw him joining Sage the Gemini on the Imasu! single “Only That Real.” ~ David Jeffries