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HADDY RACKS

HADDY RACKS

There is no question that Haddy Racks is a fire starter with his metaphors, tight skills, and intense lyrics, giving fans of real Hip Hop the chance to honor, respect, love and appreciate the true New York sound once again. This is all evident with the Resume' album, which was featured in the latest issue of The Source Magazine. 

The project features appearances from Dave East, Ran Christian, Bugatti, Count Roll-Up, and more, with production from Buda and Grandz, Chopz165 and AListFame. Listeners can anticipate an array of honest, memorable story-telling through the songs, as well as gritty, infectious hooks.

As 2016 progresses, Haddy Racks will continue to create new projects and travel the country, spreading the classic spirit of New York along the way. 

Follow Haddy Racks at Instagram:HaddyRacks

Twitter: @HaddyRacks

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FABDON


FABDON

Born and raised in South Jamaica Queens during the evolution of HipHop, Fabdon began to take interest at an early age in the rap culture. Gradually, he began to develop a buzz releasing independent mixtapes "Love is Love" & the "Most Wanted" with radio airplay on NY hottest stations (Hot 97 and Power 105.1) Fabdon had a brief run in with the law. After spending eighteen months in the court system being fully exonerated Fabdon is now back to pursuing his destiny.
Now set to release the highly anticipated follow up mixtape "Return of the Don" and take his show on the road Fabdon states he could be one of the catalyst who brings New York HipHop back to its dominate state. 
Instagram: @Fabdons
Twitter: @Fabdons
FaceBook: Fabdon
NYEMIAH SUPREME


NYEMIAH SUPREME 

is a female MC from Southside Jamaica, Queens. Having started her career as a backup dancer for the likes of Lil' Mama, Nyemiah is no stranger to the stage. Starting as a dancer at the age of 7 Nyemiah fell in love with performing. Growing up with parents that had a love for hip-hop Nyemiah was influenced from a young age by the likes of Salt 'n Pepa, TLC, Aaliyah, just to name a few. After she graduated high school she landed a dance audition that put her on a national tour with the likes of Chris Brown & Lil' Mama. After a year and a half on the road Nyemiah returned home and started working for NY Rapper Juelz Santana as a personal assistant. The job involved her sitting in on many recording sessions with some of the best artists in the game and Nyemiah quickly came to see this is what she wanted to do with her life. After leaving the job with Juelz she starting honing her craft as a MC and started booking studio sessions where she began experimenting and creating her music. In 2011 she had a chance meeting after she bumped into Jim Jones on Jamaica Avenue a famous shopping area in her neighborhood. They had a quick catch up and when she mentioned to him that she was rapping, he invited her to come to his studio so he could check her out. From there he ended up putting her on his single "Everybody Jones", she appeared in the single's video as well, and was asked to perform at Hot 97's Summer Jam in front of 65,000 people. Nyemiah has working with super producer Timbaland, who has produced the likes of Aaliyah, Missy Elliot, Jay-z & Justin Timberlake. Her first Single "Rock & Roll" featuring Timbaland was featured as Mtv's jam of the week. Most Recently Nyemiah has starred on Thr Oxygen Networks newest series "Sister Hood of Hip hop" about the journey of 5 female MC's on the come up. She has also starred in her first independent film titled "Q.U.E.E.N." Directed by NYU film student Brittany Finnel. 

CORTEZ


CORTEZ 

grew up in Bedstuy, Brooklyn, NY with many obstacles in his path. His situation was unique being Latino & growing up in the urban community. It's a struggle many can relate to yet not many Latin artists have touched on in main stream. Cortez uses his pen as an outlet to the constant struggle surrounding him. He channel's his thoughts on paper which has seemingly increased his love for writing. Cortez's determination stems from life, the up's & downs and having a child at an early age. He says "Success! I must succeed! I refuse to take a backseat! I got a seed who I want to share the WORLD with!!!"

Cortez has recently has been a part of Eminem & Slaughter House's reality tv series "Total Slaughter". With the rebirth of Battle Rap over the past few years & heavy support within the Latin Community, Cortez has become one of the biggest faces on the rise in hip hop culture. With a work ethic to match his passion, Cortez plans to supersede his notoriety in the states with his most recent sell out's in London and Canada as well.  His initial Releases included the Classic Mix tapes "16's & Better" & The XXL Sponsored "In A Class All By Myself" as well as "The Exception". Cortez is geared for his biggest project yet, "161"!!! With his lead single's "For The Fame" & "Gotta Go" as well as the leaked record "Never Die" gaining such positive responses, Cortez Musically is aiming to connect with a wider audience on a more personal level. After appearances on DJ Enuff's The Hot Box, BET's BackRoom on 106 & Park and Fuse TV's Behind The Unsigned it's clear that Cortez is Set for new plateau's in the music industry

YOUNG MA


YOUNG MA

Storming onto the music scene with over 3.1 million YouTube views on her "Brooklyn Chiraq Freestyle" video, Young M.A, the 23-year old MC from Brooklyn, NY is poised to have a break out year. M.A has recently released her ‘SleepWalkin’ mixtape on DatPiff; her debut project, ‘Herstory,’ will be out in 2016.

With mesmerizing freestyles on Funkmaster Flex’s Hot 97 show, Jack Thriller’s (ThisIs50) and new music on DJ Statik Selektah’s latest album, ‘Lucky 7,’ M.A has no shortage of early believers. At this early stage of her career M.A was invited to perform at Webster Hall’s Thursday night ‘House Party’ where Funkmaster Flex and Just Blaze brought her out for a guest performance. Already nearing 80K followers on Instagram, 5 Million plus SoundCloud streams, along with several music videos receiving over 500K views, few young artists are making such an impact. M.A is living out loud and proud with no fear of judgement, her music is clearly standing out.

WAR CHYLD


WAR CHYLD

It would be his father who first recognized the greatness in his son. A lifelong vocalist and keyboardist, Dad would wake young Chris out of sleep and order him to practice the lyrics to great songs by greater acts like Bon Jovi. 

This would be the beginning of Warchyld s dedication to his dream of rap stardom and respect. I was sitting in a cell like, I m a talented guy. Do I really want to waste my life like this? So I said if I got a second chance I would really take things seriously.

In 2008, Warchyld seized control of his own fate. The burgeoning boss took his talents to South Beach. Miami is where he learned the southern independent hip-hop hustle a business culture which birthed multi-platinum artists like Flo Rida and legacies like Cash Money Records.

Through his own entrepreneurial drive, cash flow, street credibility and DJ relationships, the City of Brotherly Love native found himself on magazine covers and Billboard charts, just below renowned artists such as Drake and Yo Gotti. 

Although the record built a buzz on both coasts, War realized a disconnection: his core audience and identity weren t being fed. When I moved to Miami I learned that the industry isn t about just making music. It s about strategy and marketing, and how you brand yourself.

A refocused Warchyld returned to feed the foundation that built him: the streets. With a mindset that was split between rhyme purist and brand manager, he would raise his awareness with DJs like Power 99 FM's Cosmic Kev Hot 97 DJ  Absolut, 50 Cent's spinster Chubby Chubb and the street's favorite disc jock Kay Slay, who the rapper collaborated with for The Streets Is Back mixtape, as well as mic peers from east (Capone of CNN) to west (Mr. FAB). The real-recognize-real love was so genuine, Styles P decided to direct the video for War s Rock Roll track without having to be asked.

Now that the street soldier has maturated the balance between artist and self made CEO, he s ready to devote 2015 to increasing his fan base across the entire U.S. War's plan of attack: drop hit records then apply his five-year education in independent music hustle. Having found his signature sound via cousin and producer MR Product, this gangsta and gentleman is ready to gift the rap world his best work thus far.