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Beginning in the early days of her youth, Dina Rae indulged in the melodic harmonies of soul music crooners and songstresses. As music evolved and the influx of rap and hip-hop permeated the airwaves Dina Rae recognized the infinite possibilities in blending the two genres. She immediately gravitated toward the deep drum beats and lyrical poetry of emcees and soon found herself singing alongside various rappers in unlikely collaborations. Shying away from methodical combinations, Dina Rae embraces an innovative, edgy and sexy style as she laces soulful R&B melodies over intense rap and hip-hop tracks. Shortly after making a splash on Eminem’s first album The Slim Shady LP with the club hit “Cum on Everybody,” Eminem knew he wanted her on his next album. “Dina Rae is the only artist we’ve ever worked with where we’d give her a track – no lyrics, no melody – and she’d come back a day later with an amazing piece of music,” says producer Mark Bass. After Eminem’s sophomore album The Marshall Mathers LP was being played like wildfire, and “Drug Ballad” – a hit on which she’s featured charted on Billboard Hot R&B/Hip-Hop Singles & Tracks despite not ever being released as a single, Dina Rae began to attract more attention. Soon afterwards, Eminem called her back for D12’s Devil’s Night and his latest release The Eminem Show , where she is featured on the single “Superman.” Following the formula of choice, Dina Rae appears on track 13 on all four multi-platinum selling albums.
Alongside affiliates Capone and Mobb Deep, N.O.R.E. captured the attention of a reeling hip-hop underground that championed the rapper the unofficial defender of NY hip-hop. Later that year the group was signed to Tommy Boy Records and subsequently released their debut and five-mic classic The War Report. The group’s unforgiving portrayal of the hard knock life tinged with their brand of explosive realism earned them instant credibility as the urban survivalists. One-half of the Queens hardcore rap duo Capone-N-Noreaga, Victor “Noreaga” Santiago met Kiam “Capone” Holley in 1992 while both were serving prison sentences. Signed to Penalty Records in 1996, the pair released a hard-hitting debut (The War Report) in June 1997, but after Holley was thrown back in jail on a parole violation, Santiago began recording a solo album. His solo debut, N.O.R.E. — an acronym for “Niggas on the Run Eating” — was an all-star affair, with contributions from Foxy Brown, Nas, Busta Rhymes, and Jay-Z, among others. Melvin Flynt — Da Hustler followed in 1999. His third album, God’s Favorite, was delayed several times, but finally appeared in mid-2002. In 2006, he moved to the Def Jam imprint Roc la Familia and released N.O.R.E. y la Familia…Ya Tú Sabe, a mostly reggaeton album featuring guest stars like Nina Sky, Big Mato, and Daddy Yankee, but just the following year he signed to Babygrande to issue Noreality, a more-standard rap record.
Imagine the presence of KRS One; the cadence of Rakim; the uncanny knack of story telling and graphic visualizations of Kool G Rap; the prowess and authority of Chuck D; the street knowledge of Ice Cube and the prophetical word-wizardry of Nas mashed up with a little Big Pun combined in one man – You get deep, raw, visual, unapologetic rap with a message. This is who Armageddon is.
Multi-Platinum Producer & Recording Artist, Armageddon, first made his name on the scene, as an essential part of hip-hop mega-group, Terror Squad and in the years leading to Terror Squad’s biggest hit record, “Lean Back,” Armageddon stayed busy writing, performing, and producing. Often described by Fat Joe as “the deepest lyricist in the group,” Geddy has produced and written over a dozen records for Fat Joe, Big Pun, and Terror Squad, collectively. He’s also credited with co-writing tracks featured in hit films such as Fast and Furious and Rush Hour. Additionally, Armageddon helped produce music for the WCW Wrestling Organization. One of his biggest accomplishments to date is Fat Joe’s 2001 platinum album Jealous Ones Still Envy which he executively produced.
Kool G Rap
Kool G Rap from the Corona neighborhood of Queens, New York. He began his career in the mid-1980s as one half of the group Kool G Rap & DJ Polo and as a member of the Juice Crew. He is often cited as one of the most influential and skilled MCs of all timeas he is a pioneer of mafioso rap/street/hardcore content and multisyllable rhyme scheme. He has also been cited as a major influence to some of hip-hop’s most critically acclaimed figures such as Eminem, Nas, Jay Z, Big Pun, RZA and more.
Hussein Fatal first surfaced as a member of the Outlaws, a collective organized by Tupac Shakur during his 1994 incarceration in an upstate New York prison cell. Also including rapper Khadafi, the Outlaws made their recorded debut on Shakur’s All Eyez on Me album; however, after Shakur and Khadafi were both murdered in separate 1996 incidents, Fatal was forced to go it alone, signing with the Relativity label to release his solo debut In the Line of Fire. To date, Hussein Fatal has put out numerous remixes with 2pac, a plethora of mixtape, and The Outlawz are working on a new album.
JoJo Pellegrino (up in Staten Island New York City) is an independent hip hop artist
His first two songs ever heard and Fogedaboudid Where I’m From Fogetdaboudid later became popular on local radio stations, he was also on the fictional radio station GameFM in mega-hit video game Grand Theft Auto 3 In 2000, he inked his first major deal with Chris Lighty’s management company Violator who later saw their long awaited debut fall apart due to the folding of Violator distributor Loud Records, he later left the Violator to become independent. In 2002 he released a mixtape DJ Kay Slay host name is Hitman For Hire It once had “Mixtape of the Month” by MTV News. He has collaborated with artists such as Method Man, Chris Brown, Cadillac Tah, Fabolous, Remy Ma etc.
American rapper, born and raised in Chicago, but relocated to Irvine, California in Orange County with his high school friend and producer Rikanatti to get away from the dangerous street life and to pursue his rap career. He is a member of the Gangster Disciples. Cashis’ group “The Renegades” sent a demo tape to Eminem’s Shady Records label hoping for a record deal. Dart Parker, the label’s A&R, was particularly impressed with Ca$his’ performance on the demo and ended up signing the young rapper as a solo artist in 2004. Cashis was first showcased in mainstream rap when he was featured on Eminem’s mixtape turned album, Eminem Presents the Re-Up. Although he featured on many of the tracks, his first solo release was the charting County Hound EP, on May 22, 2007. The County Hound reached #1 on Billboard’s “Top Heatseekers” chart, #37 on the “Top R&B/Hip-Hop Albums” chart and #106 on “The Billboard 200”
Calico Jonez – SODMG
CALICO JONEZ IS THE HOTTEST UNSIGNED ARTIST HAILING FROM MEMPHIS TN! says Atlanta’s top ranked mixtape and club DJ “DJ SCREAM” also voted mixtape DJ of the year. Calico Jonez just recently released the street album “History in The Making” hosted by DJ SCREAM which drove myspace.com crazy leaving him with an astonishing 4.8 million views,about 15,000 friends and over 5 million plays. The teen sensation has been driving teens wild with his smash record “check” also known as “young fly boy” creating a new trend in which they call the fly or swag era. Calico Jonez has made numerous appearances in shows with multi platinum selling artist “Dem Franchize Boyz” of So So Def Recordings now Capitol Records, “Young Jeezy”, “Lil Boosie”, and “4ize” of Disturbing the Peace,Gucci Mane, Boyz n da Hood and more.
Yukmouth, is a Grammy-nominated American rapper from East Oakland, Oakland, California. He is the founder of The Regime, Smoke-A-Lot Records and Godzilla Entertainment. He is a member of the platinum-selling rap duo Luniz along with Numskull. Luniz recorded the successful weed anthem, “I Got 5 on It”. He went on to sign a solo record deal at J-Prince’s Rap-a-Lot Records, releasing four albums. His double album debut on the label, entitled Thugged Out: The Albulation went gold.Under his own label, Smoke-a-Lot Records, he has released DVD’s and compilation albums, such as the United Ghettos of America series. He is a member of Thug Lordz, with C-Bo and Spice 1. He is known in the rap industry for both his remarkable history of collaborations and his ruthless diss tracks.
Kuniva(born Von Carlisle, December 10th, 1976), also known as Hanz G and Rondell Beene, is one of the members of the Detroit hip hop group D12. He has appeared on both Devil’s Night and D12 World. He also appeared on Eminem’s original underground EP Infinite, but didn’t rap on it. Along with fellow D12 member and friend Kon Artis, he is a member of Da Brigade as well as co-founder of rap label Runyon Ave. Records, named after their home street in Detroit. Kuniva also had a cameo along side the rest of D12 (minus Eminem) in the 2005 movie The Longest Yard, appearing as one of the “Basketball Convicts” in the credits. In the works of D12 Kuniva occasionally assumes his alter-ego, Rondell Beene (achieved by wearing false teeth and effecting a gravelly voice), a loud-mouthed pimp from Chicago. Kuniva is also seen as the more aggressive member of D12.
Bully got his first start on a song called (Nobody) Styles P brought him in, the first time he met Bucky, Straws, And T waters, after that experience with Styles P coaching and critiquing him on his wordplay, that coaching session lit a fire under his ass sending him back to the drawing board -he came back the next day in rare form stepping up to the plate delivering/laying his verses effortlessly.
This was around the same time his trademark (”It’s Bully Bitch”) was birthed. Sheek advised Bully to drop the “BIG” off his name at the time, which was (BIG MAN) back then. Since then, he’s been working hard with the stamp of approval by the boss out of the D Block camp. Sheek Louch himself passed Bully the D Block torch to continue reppin the brand. In hindsight looking back now with 20/20 vision- that was the beginning stages of the start of the next generation spawning D block Global. Bully is next up to bat with the streets embracing him for his flawless delivery and sick wordplay not to mention he’s right alongside some of the Elite -the Best of the Best spitters in this game.
better known as Capone, is an American rapper of the hardcore hip hop duo Capone-N-Noreaga, who hails from the Queensbridge houses in Queens, New York. He is also of Haitian descent.He’s best known for being half of the duo Capone-N-Noreaga (CNN). He spent some time in jail after the release of CNN’s debut album and before, The War Report. When he was released from jail, he and Noreaga recorded their second album The Reunion but shortly after releasing the album, Capone was sent back to jail. In 2004 he recorded the single “I Need Speed” for exclusive use in EA’s Need for Speed Underground 2, which was featured on the game’s soundtrack. In early 2005, Def Jam Recordings released Capone from his contract while retaining Noreaga, leaving the group’s status in disarray. Capone released his debut album, Pain, Time & Glory, in 2005, which did not sell. He also appeared on the Ron Artest album My World.
Mr. Cheeks, along with band mates Freaky Tah (1971–1999), Spigg Nice and Pretty Lou made up The Lost Boyz. The Lost Boyz practiced a sincere, literate, non-sensational style of New York hip-hop and produced a number of singles including; “Lifestyles of the Rich and Shameless” (1994), “Jeeps, Lex Coups, Bimaz & Benz” (1995) and “Renee” (1996). Lost Boyz gained worldwide critical acclaim following the release of the albums; Legal Drug Money in 1996, Love, Peace & Nappiness in 1997, and LB IV Life in 1999.
In March 1999, Lost Boyz member, Freaky Tah, was murdered while leaving Mr. Cheeks’ birthday party in Queens, N.Y. After Tah’s death the Lost Boyz effectively broke up, and Mr. Cheeks remained quiet.
Cheeks resurfaced in late 2001, as a solo artist. His debut solo album, John P. Kelly, (Universal Records) named for both his cousin and his grandfather, featured the hit single “Lights, Camera, Action!”. The album also included a collaboration with longtime friend and business partner, Stephen Marley, (son of legendary reggae artist Bob Marley) featuring the ballad “Till We Meet Again” (recorded in Freaky Tah’s memory) and the reggae-flavored “Mama Say”.
Bizarre of D-12
Member of Detriot hip hop group, D12 alongside Eminem, Kuniva, Kon Artist, Swifty McVay and the late Proof
Jersey City rapper Randy Nichols, better known as Ransom, was originally born in Brooklyn, NY in September 1980. His father’s slaying and mother’s serious illness forced Nichols to stay in foster care a few years, but he and his mother eventually relocated to Jersey City when he was about eight years old. A lifestyle of selling drugs, which landed him in and out of jail as a teen, ensued; however, the young rapper wanted out. In 2000, he and his friends put up money to buy a recording studio, which initiated Nichols’ rap career under the moniker Ransom. Not long afterwards, he teamed up with fellow rapper Hitchcock to form the A-Team. Known for their Hardhood Classics street albums, the two became staples on the mixtape circuit in New Jersey, but barely dented the scene in neighboring New York. After a deal with Def Jam didn’t pan out, the two went their separate ways around 2006. Ransom did not lose much momentum, constantly appearing on DJ Clue mixtapes as well as shelling out his own, including the Best in the City volumes and Ransom Note.
After being discovered by RunDMC and the late Jam Master Jay,Fredro Starr released six albums with Onyx, which included his cousin and fellow group member Sticky Fingaz. He also contributed to the Sunset Park, Light It Up, and Save the Last Dance movie soundtracks.
Onyx split with Def Jam Recordings after their 1998 release Shut ‘Em Down, and temporarily broke up, during which time Starr released his first solo album, Firestarr, in 2001. Onyx reunited the next year and released Bacdafucup Part II, and Starr’s next album, Don’t Get Mad Get Money, arrived in 2003. He formed a new group called Yung Onyx in 2006. As of 2011, he and Layzie Bone of Bone Thugs-n-Harmony are planning to release a joint EP entitled FireSquad, which is set to be released late 2011/ early 2012.
Up and coming Hip Hop Artist from the indie label Specialyst Entertainment .Hailing out of Bronx Ny. Provalone P is known for his catchy hooks and powerful lyrics . Provalone P has done songs with various signed major recording artist such as Torch from the Maybach Music Group ,Gunplay , Prodigy from Mobb Deep , Jim Jones from dipset to name a few. Provalone P also has been blessed to perform and show his talents all through out the tristate area , Dc , Va , both North & South Carolina and Miami .The video / song “Uptown” with Torch & Jim Jones became a New York anthem and made it to Mtv Jams . Currently the Bronx native got together with Torch and Mysonne and made another NY anthem and it’s called “I’m out here” and it’s getting air play by all of the Top Djs in NYC , Funk Master Flex ,Dj Camilo ,Chiper Sounds all on Hot 97.1 The Drama King Dj Kayslay debut the song “I’m out here” and “Uptown” on his show the drama hour on Hot 97.1 and when they heard him play it they automatically took a liking to the music ! . Be on the Look out for Provalone P as he is preparing his solo project entitled Xtra Cheese releasing early 2014 ! (Instagram -Provalonep Twitter @Provalonep)