This ish just that ish at another level. When it comes to hiphop professional rappers such as Positive K, Greg Nice and Mr. Cheeks all ears must listen. Check out this new video and “Let’s make it happen”.
Ron Oneal is building a worldwide movement with his long time rap partner Sv Skee (L.E.S BBB). SV Skee is Ron’s elementary school friend, brother from another and right hand man who grew up with him making all of the music together. Ron Oneal’s style is a blend of reality rap and braggadocios lyricism. He kicks sharp rhymes over bass-heavy tracks while sharply telling realistic stories about his life and his peers. His sound hearkens back to the days of hard body beats and grimy rhymes delivered with authenticity. There is an undercurrent of realness in his voice. “Everything I’ve seen, done, felt, heard, been through, and witnessed I put in my music,” proclaims the rapper.
Equally important, every time Ron Oneal steps into the booth his goal is to create timeless music that resonates with the masses. Ron Oneal dropped the “If Not Me Who” mixtape which was hosted by Power 105.1FM’s DJ Self. The mixtape received kudos and acclaim from many DJ’s and fans alike. Ron Oneal is riding high on the release of his latest project entitled “Son Of Rome” hosted by Hot 97’s DJ Magic. The lead single “Son Of Rome” is impacting mixshows around the country.
Gary, Indiana, Aaron Armstrong, 21 year old aspiring singer/songwriter/rapper/producer. The song “Effort” is about professing love and putting in effort to get the girl that you so desire. Armstrong feels like anyone can relate to it.
Terrence “Esquire” Huggins is a phenomenal producer with a new-age sound and a unique array of music compositions. Esquire’s soothing chords along with experience in production makes this young producer bound to bring original flavor into this world of music! His inspirations include production from Virginia’s own Pharrell and Timberland. “Hailing out of the Washington, DC area and in being surrounded around such amazing talent in the DMV has only inspired me to want to excel in this profession”.
Esquire has completed various projects ranging from Dubstep to R&B. He definitely feels that a heavy influence in tapping into more than one genre is advantageous. Working with a major set of top notch producers such as Da Bridge (Los Angeles, California), Kyle Anthony of VArcity Music Group (Virginia Beach, VA), Eric David (Atlanta, GA), and C-Spikes (Norfolk, VA) has allowed Esquire to not only create musical masterpieces, but to also allow him to sharpen vocal and production skills. Esquire co-produced his first project “The Hidden Crops Experience” (2011) by King Nuzu out of Charlotte, NC, “Imported Cigars” (2013) by Detroit, MI artist Drew Smooth, “The Wake Up” (2014) by Orlando, FL artist William R.I.C.E. (www.atinhut.com), “Priceless” (2014) by Mor-Bux out of New York. His very first fully produced EP collaboration entitled “Forbidden Fruit” (2014) by Rolando Damian out of Houston, Texas has reached major numbers and has also been featured on a variety of blogs such as (JackThriller.com). Esquire has a team behind him that believes in his craft as much as he does, which allows him to expand his creativity to the highest form of artistic expression.
Esquire is known for his wise persona, captivating sounds, hard work and lyrical abilities. His melodic vibes capture every ear in a room.
Introducing “Esquire”…The Epitome of a Man!
New York artist E-Reign release his third installment in his “Future Of New York” hosted by DJ Smoke. “Future Of New York 3” is a seven track mixtape. E-Reign delivering straight bars on this project, it includes records like “Certified”, “My City” and “Figure It Out”. http://indy.livemixtapes.com/mixtapes/41141/ereign-future-of-new-york-3.html
Damon Jeremiah Washington also known as Diverse Character (DC) , is a young hip hop artist, performer, entertainer, musician and song writer born n December 26,1992 in Trenton, NJ Damon’s hometown did not offer much support for the performing arts, yet there are many talented individuals residing within the city limits. At the age of ten, his mother, tired of the violence plaguing Trenton, moved Damon to the suburbs of Yardley, PA where he would reside until graduating from High School. During his eight grade year, some of Damon’s friends introduced him to Hip-Hop music. Damon would rap for hours on in to perfect his craft.
As the years progressed and new experiences and opportunities presented themselves, so did Damon’s taste in music. Damon would later go on to fall in love with and experiment with not only Hip-Hop but Pop, Techno, R&B and Rock within his music. Damon is inspired by many artist before him such as Jimi Hendrix, The Doors, Michael Jackson, Nas, Creed, Biggie Smalls, Kid Cudi, Lupe Fiasco, Tupac, Kanye West, Drake solidifying and molding his name DIVERSE Character. He is currently working on project that are as intense and unique as his name.
Diverse Character aka Verse, one of Hip-Hop’s up and coming talents is starting his music career off with a bang. He has already collaborated with acts such as Mickey Factz and Rich Homie Quan. Factz, one of the best verse for verse rappers in the industry, has worked with high profile artists such as Erykah Badu, Marsha Ambrosius and Drake.
Diverse is on his way to being a hit amongst his peers and avid hip-hop fans. On Soundcloud he has over 500,000 authentic plays with over 10,000 replays and over 8,000 likes. Diverse Character his recently released a video for his hit song “Happy Place,” the single from his mixtape “Golden Memories.” The single can be found on YouTube. Happy Place, a fan favorite, produced by L. David and sampled by Tycho “A Walk” was released in November, 2014 with Diverse Character spitting controversial lyrics like, “What’s wrong with drugs, as long as you feel all right?” and sighting drugs as a happy state of mind-his happy place. Whenasked, he further explained “drugs” giving the song significant life and adding an in-depth meaning to the song.
“My Happy Place is my drug. My drug is anything that creates an atmosphere conducive to me being happy. A drum set can be a drug to a drummer – a stage can be an actor/actresses’ drug of choice because it creates an escape from this sometimes horrible world we live in.” said Diverse.
Yungie 2X’s introduces new single “Inna Sumn” (Prod By Craig Maru) which is a club track with a dancehall vibe. This is the 2nd single off Yungie 2X’s new mixtape that will be set to release soon. This song features a strong verse from Lock and boast a catchy chorus about Yungie trying to talk with a girl in the club but she keeps getting lost in the crowd. This song will be a song to look out for as it brings a different vibe to the current music scene.
Houston, TX, Following the release of two EP’s earlier this year (Ingomar Way and Purple Session), Houston artist EDF is back with another single to kick off the Fall. With production from Houston’s own Mike Red, EDF releases Down The Block which can be seen as a dedication to SUC Yungstar’s Knockin Pictures off The Wall in a more laid back and more melodic fashion. While on the road, EDF continues to work on his current project, Be Right Back.