Born and raised in Long Island, New York where many hip hop pioneers have begun, has highly influenced my love of music. My stage name is Young Ray, and I have been in the music industry for five years so far, learning and obtaining knowledge to better myself with my career.
I began listening to “50 Cent”, “Eminem”, ”Young Jeezy”, and “Pretty Ricky”. Quickly inspired I began writing ideas down and working with making words rhyme. People then saw what my admiration was in life and turned away from me and hated the fact that I wanted to pursue music. I turned to music and writing as a way to fully express the emotions I felt. Writing poetry allowed me to show people what I am capable of doing and doing it in a positive way. Many people said what they felt with their negative opinions towards my decisions, but I didn’t allow it to bring me down. It actually gave me more motivation and more positive energy to prove everyone wrong.
When I graduated high school, I took my music to the next level. I began linking up with local artists feeling out new flows and learning new ways to approach the microphone. I then met B Divine, a producer, DJ, artist, and hip hop enthusiast. B Divine and I met at a local recording studio, and began working together each complimenting the other with our individual style of music. He introduced me on to the old school hip hop culture and opened me up to a new way of thinking. It was then that I began to collaborate with many artists of all different styles including hip hop legend, Tragedy Khadafi. I am featured on the mixtape from DJ Modesty overseas in France as well as a number of other mixtapes and have been featured on various radio shows throughout the U.S. I have been dedicating all of my time to writing, recording, and performing in order to pursue this dream, music has quickly become my life.
Since day one the progress has been nonstop, the learning experiences have boosted my ability to educate myself with a better knowledge of how to take on everyday obstacles in my life. Not only have I built a stronger mentality, but I have helped the few that stand strong by my side. I hope that in the future, I can reach out and help everyone that was once in my shoes. Let’s see where this path leads me.
TREMENDOUS THE GREAT ONE BORN AND RAISED IN THE BELLY OF THE BEAST THE BRONX TREMENDOUS SET OUT TO MAKE A NAME 4 HIM SELF AND TAKE THE RAP GAME TO A NOTHER LEVEL GROWING UP IN A CITY WHERE LEGENDS WERE BORN HE WOULD WATCH AND LISTEN BEING SCHOOLED TO THE GAME IN HIP HOP HE VOWED TO MAKE IS MARK AND LIVE UP 2 HIS TREMENDOUS NAME…
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22 YRS OLD ARTIST FROM MONTGOMERY AL,KNOWN AS BIGG BWOI SKIP(B.B.$) IS BEEN ON THE RAISE PUSHIN AND FORCIN HIS WAY N THE MUZIK BIZZ SINCE AGE 13! THIS ISNT YOUR ADVANGE 22YR OLD WHO RAPP ABOUT DRUGS,MONEY ETC,B.B.S IS A ARTIST WHO PUT PAIN INTO HIS MUZIK!@AGE. 13 HIS FOOTBALL CAREER WAS ENDED BY A INJURY,AND JUS LIKE THAT HE DISCOVERED BEING A ARTIST!! NOW REMEMBER THIS YOUNG TALENTED FELLA!! HE SURE IS ON THE RAISE TO DELIVER A MESSAGE THAT THE RAP GAME BEEN MISSING!!
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At only 23 years old Steven Jackson A.K.A. Un1que has accomplished a lot and proven himself to be more than a local star in his city of Winston-Salem, NC. Un1que has had many different musical backgrounds from being lead percussionist in every orchestra band he’s been a part of, to starting his own record label at the age of 19. He went on to sell over 1,000 copies of his first mixtape under the record label name (Crank Me Up Records) before his focused changed because of his lack of knowledge in music business. He then started to pursue this knowledge at Forsyth technical Community College while his buzz continued to grow without a single album or music video released yet. Continuing with his momentum he went on to join Winston World Wide in 2010, also creating the “Tear Da Stage Up” showcase & competition, then touring with Goss and Kill Yo Self Ent. to spread his name outside of his city and state. Un1que is still on the grind with another mixtape release upcoming with the “Tune My Radio”, which he produced the whole mixtape as well. Un1que is more than an artist, he’s a rising star that’s ready to let the world see him shine.
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Female rapper “Mz Infared” born as Arielle Mitchell brings in a new generation of talent. By mixing her original east coast flow with beats from every coast and area of the United States. Music and cars has always been her passion in life even as a young child. But it was music that gave her the strength and comfort she needed to deal with alot of the hardships in her life. She took a devastating loss when her mother passed away but instead of releasing her anger out on the world she puts forth her emotion into every song she writes and records. Her mother’s death gave her the motivation she needed to pursue music on a whole different level. Be on the look out for her upcoming E.P Mz Infared Presents Sights And Targets COMING SOON To Them Speakers Near You…
*Producer Bio* Arielle Mitchell but known as Mz Infared started her career off as an artist and gradually moved into promotion. Started her own promotions company by the name of RedLine Promotions L.L.C. On top of writing and constantly back and forth in a studio she has also taken an interest into production. As an up and coming producer Mz Infared has made her own beats as well as collaborations with Jamon Turner a.k.a TrueBeatz. Be on the look out for her she’s coming up fast and with speaker bussin’ beat’s.
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Future linked with LA Reid and signed a joint venture deal with Epic, for his label Freebandz Entertainment.
“LA Reid and the team at Epic made a great impact on my career helping me to reach an incredible level of success with Pluto,” Future told AllHipHop.com in a statement today (December 17). “It made perfect sense to fully partner with them with my label Freebandz.”
Future dropped his album Pluto in April of this year, and the albums ball hit singles like “Tony Montana,” “Magic,” “Same Damn Time,” and “Turn On the Lights.”
Future is preparing to release a new mixtape titled “Future Presents: FBG: The Movie,” on January 13.
Check out the rest of Future’s tour dates below:
12/22: LC Pavilion-Columbus, OH
12/25: The Palace-Atlanta, GA
12/26: Club Underground-Tampa, FL
12/29: Boardwalk Hall-Atlantic City, NJ
12/31: Cameo-Miami, FL
Rumors have been circulating on Twitter and the Internet for the past few weeks that Trinidad James signed a $2 million contract with Def Jam. Now, Billboard has confirmed that the buzzy rapper has in fact inked a deal with the label.
“Def Jam, thank you for believing,” said James. Def Jam President Joie Manda added, “We’re excited to welcome a young talent like Trinidad James to the Def Jam family. … Def Jam prides itself as both a cornerstone of hip-hop’s rich tradition, and as a vital, forward-thinking label dedicated to breaking and nurturing emerging artists. Trinidad James represents the cutting-edge of what’s happening in the culture today. We are thrilled to have him at the label, and look forward to growing his already massive buzz.”
The Atlanta, Georgia emcee has been on the rise over the past few months thanks to his breakout single “All Gold Everything.” Over on YouTube, the video has clocked more than 3.1 million views.
Lil Wayne is collaborating once more with 2 Chainz, this time for the lead single off his upcoming album I Am Not a Human Being II.
According to HHNM, Weezy and Tity Boi duet on the track “Rich as Fuck.” The video, directed by Parris, will begin shooting in the next few days.
The YMCMB chief recently announced that I Am Not a Human Being II will release on February 19, 2013 with a tour to follow. He also revealed in an interview that he’ll hang up the mic following the release of Tha Carter V.
“I know y’all want me around for a little bit, [but] Tha Carter V is my last album,” he revealed. “I’ve been rapping since I was 8 years old; I’m 30 now. That’s a long time, and I like to do so many more things, and when I like to do something, I end up loving to do it real quick. And I love to do something, I’m fully focused on it and it only, and music sometimes is not that ‘it.'”
Policeman in Chicago, Illinois are searching for people who hung posters advertising Chief Keef’s “Finally Rich.”
Policeman in Chicago, Illinois are seeking to issue citations to individuals who are hanging up posters advertising Chief Keef’s Finally Rich around his Englewood neighborhood.
According to the Chicago Sun-Times, people have been putting up advertisements for the young rapper’s debut, releasing December 18th. Chicago Police union Vice President Daniel Gorman described the acts as a “smack in the face” to police officers.
“It seems as if he’s being hailed a hero,” he said. “But it’s a smack in the face to the police officers who are serving the citizens of those communities.”
Chicago Police Commander Kevin Ryan noted that this isn’t a personal attack on Keef, who is currently on probation for pointing a gun at a policeman. “We used to do this when I was commander in [a downtown] district,” he explained.
Keef’s manager, Rovan “Dro” Manuel, disagreed, stating that this is in fact an issue with the rapper. “I don’t think it’s fair,” he said. “If they [don’t] do that with Britney Spears, Madonna, the Goo Goo Dolls, why do they have to do that to us?
“I think they’re targeting Chief Keef a little bit for more reasons than one,” he continued. “He’s a spokesperson for Englewood, they had problems way before Chief Keef. When something bad happens they want to put it all on him.”