Jc The Don from Mobile, AL, 26 years old with 2 kids. HE grew up in a broken home where his mother struggled to maintain the bills, due to being on disability. JC remembers lights would get cut off every few months. He stopped living with my mother when I was 13, because she had a tendency to become involved with the wrong men and put them before her kids. So he left and moved to Huntsville with his father to better his situation, but that was no better. The household consisted of my father, stepmother, brother but they were rarely around. JC and his brother had to fend for ourselves, They made do with what we had such as, make shift bread from flour and water and noodles. “My parents didn’t care whether we attended school or not, but we did because we always wanted better for ourselves. I grew up in one of the worst neighborhoods called Meadow Hills. We used to be in the streets getting into everything; from stealing bikes, breaking into cars and robbing the pizza man for food just to have something to eat” JC’s life turned around when he attended Huntsville High, a predominantly white school, which isn’t expected of a kid from meadow hills. it allowed him to fall in love with sports and music. JC turned to music and started rapping Dec 2017 and has been killing it every since. JC has been connected with Jhonni Blaze, where she assisted me with publicity thru her Instagram page as well as a cut scene on Growing Up Hip Hop Atlanta while he attended her release party for her EP 5:12. JC The Don has been featured on Xm Radio and other local radio stations. “People I would like to work with who inspire me is Derez Deshon, Yo Gotti and Kevin Gates. I have an album I’m currently working on “Pleasure and Pain” outlining the things I have experienced in the two years I have been in the streets and overcoming them from further betrayal. I released my two single “Trenches” and “Fake Love” which can be found on all major streaming platforms, as well as the album. I plan to used the money from my music to give back to the community and turn it around. Starting with our youth, I am currently a coach of the “Saints” little league football team, 10 and under. First year coaching ending 7-1 becoming city champs Saints Nation”
Phil Loft is a Long Island native born March 11th, 1989. A graduate of Five Towns College with a business degree in music. Phil Loft was able to place his mind in an atmosphere of grace and creative uniqueness that comes through all his works. Phil Loft’s mission to captivate an audience by provoking a high level of social consciousness toward positive outcomes we may experience after self-exploration, comes clearly through his insightful lyrics and melodic sounds. His debut single “Think B4 Sound” was released on September 28th, 2015.
In January 2016, Phil Loft engaged his fans with a heartfelt plea for his listeners to be Brave and stand against fear and bullying. Brave has become a popular song Mr. Loft performs at charity events. The song “Brave” speaks to personal fear(s) that must be conquered. Brave was the title song in an independent film “Vindictive” directed and produced by Yaw Ohenenana Agyapong. The director also included the song “Stronger”, a track from Phil Lofts’ Electronic dance Music EP “In Da Mix” released Summer of 2017. Phil Loft continued writing and producing which inspired the release of his featured single “Adore” for his 2nd EP 6th Dimensions in 2017 along with his first music video that can be found on his website www.philloft.com and YouTube. Phil Loft is currently working on his 3rd EP, featuring another thought provoking single titled “Believe” (2019).
Born Juan Sebastian Muñoz, JAY, was born in Bogotá, Colombia. He moved to the US with his mother when he was only 4 years old. He started teaching himself guitar at the age of 10, and has since learned to play 5 instruments. JAY started singing, song writing and performing not too long after that. He’s inspired by Bryson Tiller, Post Malone, and 6lack just to name a few. JAY’s a new artist with lots to prove.
He hopes to one day have his music playing all over from the West Coast to the UK. His most recent single All Yourz has gotten him lots of attention on multiple social media platforms. JAY writes his music in hopes to inspire other young artists and also to give people someone to relate to. JAY’s music is a representation of all that he’s gone through. This is just the beginning for JAY and you expect new music coming in 2019!
OMZ TRAPSTAR – ENERGY + ANNOUNCES DEBUT EP ‘O’
LABEL: INDEPENDENT |RELEASE: OUT NOW
OMZ TRAPSTAR – ENERGY
Following a series of bangers this year including ‘Never Boring’ which received enormous support from the likes of VIBE + BBC Radio 1Xtra, to the Afro-beats anthem ‘Stop Flexin’, South London rapper Omz Trapstar drops his brand new single ‘Energy’ and announces his debut EP ‘O’ set for release on 28th December.
The rapper officially closes off the year with his first project, having previously collaborated with the likes of Skepta, Blade Brown, Krept and Youngs Teflon, the rapper is aligning himself alongside key artists as a ‘one to watch’ for 2019.
Speaking about the project Omz says:
“I am very excited about this project, it’s been a long time coming and as a body of work I feel it is very complete and well rounded. I can’t wait for everyone to hear it!”
Keep up with Omz Trapstar below…
OMZ TRAPSTAR – ENERGY
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Born: June 29th
Genres: Pop, R&B, alternative, hip hop
Independent: Toxic Music Group, LLC.
Residence: Connecticut USA
Mychael-Jay is a Connecticut native singer, songwriter and producer. Born June 29th 1989 in Stamford CT. Mychael Jay developed a love for the industry prior to even being born. His mother was a Jazz Singer back in the 80’s, 90’s, performing at some of the sweetest spots in NYC, one of her favorites while pregnant with Mychael Jay, was the famous Sweetwater’s. At the age of 13 after being involved in the musical theatre and performing arts fields, it was apparent that Mychael was destined for the main stage. He was given a computer and (AKG-microphone) that his mother recorded on in the 90’s and from there he’s pressed forward and will continue to pursue his love of the industry.
Mychael Jay has various social media platform followers, he’s well known in Connecticut and NYC, for being a true performer! His most recent professional resume (9/2018) consists of Opening for “Danity Kayne”, sold out show at the Stamford Palace Theatre, as well as the debut of his first professional studio release entitled “The Last Time”., which can be found on all major music platforms. Mychael Jay also has (5 music visuals) which can be found on YouTube. Mychael is considered by many to have a unique musical talent and a desired multicultural appearance. He’s humbly waiting to transcend to the next level.
Mychael Jay is actively working on his second release scheduled for mid-2019. Mychael is also available for International and Domestic Bookings, [email protected]
Feel free to log onto you digital music platform and stream/download Mychael’s latest release and follow his social media for all the latest updates and scheduled appearances. Stay tuned for the 2019 takeover of the infamous Mychael Jay.
Mychael Jay “Right Now”
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Different Vibrations, is the new single from New Jersey native and hip hop artist Torchmics.Released November 6, 2018, this song is on all major platforms and has been becoming very popular. The inspiration for this song stemmed from the New Jersey artist wanting to make it known that even though he shied away from the public eye for a little while, to put in some much needed work on himself, he never stopped being creative and working on his craft. Now refocused and back on the scene, Torchmics has reproved his style and is ready to take on the industry once again. With his original sound that he likes to describe as hip soul and his abstract flow he is currently releasing videos and working on new music leading up to his first official studio album. Stay tuned to see what Torchmics has in store for us in 2019.
Cristopher Lewis (King Cris) is an upcoming recording artist from Southern California. Born in Fontana, California on February 23, 1998, King Cris comes from a family of multi-faceted parents and athletic siblings. Growing up in an area known for its high school basketball talent, Cristopher naturally was drawn to playing the sport and was involved in tournaments and leagues at an early age. During his time on the basketball team in high school, Cristopher was drawn to the culture of hip hop within the community and became inspired by music from artists like Drake, J. Cole, Logic, Childish Gambino, and Hopsin. Soon after graduating from Alta Loma High School in 2016, Cristopher began writing lyrics to instrumentals of other artists and even took up freestyle rapping with his cousins for fun. Though he’s just getting started, his message in his music is extremely present. “I do this for the next generation. I wanna show them that material things don’t make them ‘socially acceptable’ and that it’s okay to be different no matter who they are. I’m just here to change lives.”
Eric “Yung J” Morrison is an New York City Hip-Hop artist. He was born and raised in The Bronx and started rapping at the age of 9. Growing up, Yung participated in talent shows. His sound is often compared to Jay-Z and J.Cole. In 2012, he released his first mixtape Improper Debut, which was followed by Improper Debut 2: The Preparation in 2013. In 2014, he released Improper Debut 3. Yung has also worked with numerous organizations. He has worked The Door in contributing tracks for Youth In Revolt Vol.1 and Youth In Revolt Vo .2 : No Labels. He has also worked with Urban Art Beat. In 2016, he released Legend In The Making. He recently released his fifth mixtape ,Underrated which was released January 4th 2019. Along with being part of the rap group FCF-Salute, he’s also part of a supergroup, P.M.O.K. Yung founded his own group called Killa Mafia. He’s also the founder and CEO of D.O.P.E. Ent., his own label.
You can find Yung J on social media:
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