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On his relentless pursuit to have his talent heard and recognized by the mass public, EBoss considers “Transcendent” an important stepping stone in the right direction. EBoss is an intelligent 24 year old who has devoted his life to his career as a rapper/producer and is determined to make an impact on the hip-hop community through his creativity and love for music. Eboss went to school for sound engineering at The Institute of Audio Research in New York City. He uses Logic Pro to produce and record and is currently working out of Philadelphia.

On January 12, 2012, eBoss will be releasing his album, “Transcendent: The Arise” and this track “Get Up” is the first single off the first installment of the Transcendent trilogy. “Transcendent II: The Revolt” and “Transcendent III: The Ascension” will complete the trilogy and will be released on later dates.


Jay Holly

Representing South Jamaica Queens, Jay Holly is everything you’d expect and more from an East Coast don. Well thought out lyrics and catchy beats leave you wanting more. Jay’s style and quality are already well polished. This dude is blowing up soon so find Jay Holly on Twitter www.twitter.com/jayholly247 and give him love before he’s too popular to follow you back.

“Lay down if you ain’t down with the movement, you can’t get this everywhere, my sound is exclusive”


Satchmo brings that east coast swag mixed with unique musical style. Born in Manhattan, Satchmo moved through Florida, Georgia & Jamaica. All of these sounds can be heard in his flow. Currently in Tallahassee, Florida, Satchmo is primed to make a big splash in the hiphop game.


Bringing a laid back east coast feel reminiscent of Watsky, Nas & Common this dude Money Mike brings it. Well thought out lyrics and a smooth flow make Money Mike a player in the game. The second track below “Its Just Me” is off the new mixtape Welcome to My Mind.


Better Known As Artz the Brooklyn native emerged on to the hip-hop scene at the early age of 15 years old. Growing up he was never a stranger to the hip-hop culture, being raised in a household that always through the best house parties and kept the stereo system on full blast. When Artz was only 7 years old he use to sit on his couch and record music videos on VCR tapes to later on go back and study the lyrics and flows that captivated his world. Music changed his life more then once, on October 17th 2008 he nearly died from a bullet that landed in the right side of his face. The near death taught him that life is precious and to make the most of his dreams, with influences like Biggie Smalls, Nas, Andre 3000, Lupe Fiasco, and Kanye West its safe to say Artz learned to develop his own style of music known for witty wordplay, impressive lyricism and a fresh style. Watch his growth and become a a part of the revolution he intends to create with his “Reject Dreams” lifestyle don’t forget to spell out his last name A. R. T. ZWill Power+Faith+Self Belief= Reject Dreams

Artz&Drafts EP- http://artz.bandcamp.com/album/artz-drafts

For all Music/Projects(Mixtapes): go to http://Artz.bandcamp.com/


Ace Alexander

Feel that old school swag mixed with new flavor on Ace Alexander’s track “What The Game Been Missing.” This Connecticut rapper brings that sound that moves your soul. Well thought lyrics mixed with mad flow makes Ace Alexander a player to be reckoned with in the rap game.

Stay updated in his rise by following him on twitter and be sure to check out his clothing line The Zonji.




Eric Sosa

Eric Sosa has his stuff together. Winner of MTV’s Sucka Free Competition his fresh style will win you over from moment one. With a modern well played website to killer youtube vids this up and coming NYC rapper is ready to make big waves. Check out his recent iTunes release “Came Along (Way)”