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Stevie Franks is turning heads with this standout new visual for his track “Mr Nice Guy”
Hailing from Lawnside, NJ.. Stevie Franks is what some would call a breathe of fresh air. You can tell by his lyrical content and production selection that he has done his homework on the culture and has begun make name for himself as a very intricate lyricist. His content and story are what completely separate him from the pack of todays normal run of the mill commercial sound. He depicts himself a “realist artist” and if you had to describe his music he would tell you that his style is “Self- Therapeutic Motivational Reality Rap”. Up date Stevie Franks released 4 studio projects his latest project “Morals Over Money” produced by Camden, New Jersey Supergroup “Trac-Qaeda” which was released October 2015 has gotten much praise and a bit of buzz in the past few years. Franks has opened up for a number of big names as well across the tristate of Philadelphia, NY and Delaware. Names like Slum Village, Mobb Deep, AZ, Rass Kass, Planet Asia, Rah Digga, up and coming Def Jam Artist Dave East and more.
Currently Stevie Franks is working on his newest project “The Bigger Picture” in tribute to the late great “Big L”. Stay on the lookout.
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Izzy Ice came out with his first record at age 16 with DJMajesty. He was discovered by Chubb Rock and introduced to Howie Tee, which put out the first record soul man on Scott free records. Izzy later signed to Jive RCA . A few years later the two formed the group called “Da King and I.” Izzy was then signed to Dallas Austins Rowdy Records under Arista. Thats where an album and three singles were launched. (Flip Da Script, Krak Da Weasel and Tears).
After reconstruction, Izzy then partner with Perry Jones and started the comedy club movement in Brooklyn. Izzy also went on to many business ventures where he started a drycleaners and got involved in the internet boom. After the industry fell apart, Izzy stayed in the business world because he liked the privacy and disliked the fakeness of the music industry.
After working for companies and making them rich, he was forced to start a business with his new partner and is still in business.
In July of 2016 Izzy had a near death experience that was caused by a growth in his throat. The doctor said that there would be one of two outcomes, either he would lose his voice or his life. After being blessed to have both, he felt that it was his calling to go back to the industry that he left because of God spared him from both, he is now using his voice as a God given gift.
G4Shi’s single “Disrespectful” quietly went viral during SXSW. Game Media, sent over the track last week, and it’s reached over 2 Million plays on Spotify. G4shi has been cosigned by DJ Snake and played on air via Hot97. He’s hit the web on heavy hitting sites like The Source, AllHipHop, theHundreds, and HipHopDX to name a few. Be on the lookout and share the single, it’s certified dope.
New Jersey’s Ant Vercetti is surrounded by wealth and mystique in the visual for “I Ain’t Off Shit” from his upcoming self-titled EP. Director BMar Famous of Secret Society Motion Pictures takes the scenes from back alleys to bonfires with luxurious whips and painted ladies, as Ant Vercetti speaks on his growing success and confidence in both music and fashion.
“I Ain’t Off Sh*t” was produced by LBeats and can be found on all digital outlets now. The Ant Vercetti EP will be available everywhere on April 17 via Vercetti’s own RoseGold imprint
DJ Doughboy was born, Gregory Crapps Jr, in the South Ward Weequahic Section of Newark, New Jersey. Doughboy was no stranger to the crime-infested streets of Newark, which lured unsuspecting black males into a life of fast money and drugs. Despite his unfortunate surroundings, Doughboy’s passion for music developed early. At the tender age of 10 he was introduced to his first pair of turntables by one of his mother’s co-workers. Impressed by his inherent abilities to work with the turntables, the co-worker labeled the young prodigy “a natural!”
Young, driven and musically gifted, Jersey’s DJ Doughboy remained focused and sharpened his skills by working with local area deejays while he continued to excel in school. He went on to graduate from University High school alongside classmate and R& B sensation Faith Evans. Doughboy then attended Fairleigh Dickinson University where he graduated with a Bachelor of Arts Degree in Television and Radio Broadcasting Communications.
Doughboy continued to deejay for various venues throughout the tri-state area. During that period, he began experimenting with songwriting and musical production. His exquisite writing skills and street savvy melodic beats caught the eye of Hip Hop and R& B’s legendary and upcoming artists.
He continued to deejay for various venues throughout the tri-state area. During that period, he began experimenting with songwriting and musical production. His exquisite writing skills and street savvy melodic beats caught the eye of Hip Hop and R& B’s legendary and upcoming artists.
In essence, Doughboy began writing and producing tracks for Queen Latifah, 3LW, and Joe Budden. With production credits under his belt, his popularity shot through the roof. He was later selected as the official road deejay for VH1’s Love and Hip Hop star Joe Budden. Doughboy went on to perform all over world showcasing his skills in places such as: Jamaica, Germany, Mexico, England, Dominican Republic, Puerto Rico, St. Thomas and Ghana.
Doughboy’s reputation allowed him to partner with the some of Hip Hop’s hottest heat makers such as: The Refugee Camp (Lauryn Hill, Wyclef Jean, and Pras), Kaygee (Naughty by Nature, Jaheim, Zhane) and The Flavor Unit.
An established producer and industry deejay, Doughboy was televised on major television networks such as: BET, MTV and Showtime. His notoriety and unique musical talents patent him appealing and a trendsetter in the entertainment industry.
Recently, Doughboy’s music production is taking off as a member of The Addixs who has partnered with Power 105.1 FM’s DJ Self. You can hear his songs “Yeah OK” featuring Kazzie and Rick Ross along with “Talk About it Be About it” featuring. Maino, Vado, & Uncle Murda. Doughboy has also become the sanctioned deejay for Newark’s Mayor Ras Baraka at the 24 Hours Of Peace in Newark, NJ & the official deejay for actress LisaRaye.
You can find Doughboy in the clubs daily, in the studio, or on your television, and cell phones, spinning for Music Choice. Tune in with the other 50 million listeners across the country and hear the hottest tunes and latest mixes.
A Hip Hop innovator, Doughboy remains humble and attributes much of his growing success to Hip-Hop veterans, Grandmaster Flash, Jam Master Jay, and Kid Capri.
Without a doubt, Doughboy’s growing list of musical accomplishments and unique swagger on the turntables speaks highly of his future, he sums it up in legendary fashion, “I want to create a legacy; to mark a period of time through music. To pay tribute to my musical forefathers while discovering new musical territory. I want to bridge all genres of music together. The urban market is very intolerant when it comes to other forms of music. I want to make it cool to appreciate music in all of its forms, from all of its places.”
He recently teamed up with Smack Productions/Water Music Publishing/Thump/Universal Records and together they’re releasing The Doughboy Project’s Introduction EP, which consists of 6 tracks featuring vocals from Alus, Dudley Alexander and more. This new ‘RnB meets House/EDM’ hit fusion has been circulating on New York’s leading stations: Power 105.1, Hot 97, and 107.5 WBLS.
The Introduction EP is out now on iTunes.
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