30/30 Da Murdaland Police
WHO DONT KNOW CHEETO ??? A cocky flow that commands your attention…that's the first thing you'll notice when in the presence of Cheeto Gambine. This native of Jacksonville, FL discovered his unique gift at the early age of six. Now in the ATL, Cheeto is hard at work building his movement. Unsatisfied with the deals being offered to him, this determined and business savvy rapper has his sights set on obtaining a distribution deal for his own label imprint,.. CHEETO GAMBINE AKA MR NAWFSIDE ATLANTA...
ALSO THE PIONEER OF THIS SHADOWED CITY CONNECTED TO THE MAIN ATTRACTION OF GEORGIA WHICH BEING ATLANTA I S ALSO THE HIP HOP VOICE AN FACE OF THIS CITY THEY CALL
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*WHO DONT KNOW CHEETO*
30/30 Da Murdaland Prince, born Marcus Antonio Hardy- began his childhood in the calm suburban area of Oxon Hill, Maryland. But like so many suburban black neighborhoods of the 80's, chaos caused by the crack epidemic dramatically changed the face of the community. In response, Marcus' parents relocated to northern Virginia in an attempt to protect their son and preserve the family.
Unfortunately, by the early 90's drugs caught up to the area- and the family came unraveled as Marcus' parents fell victim to addiction. Thrust into instability, the direction of Marcus' life took an alternate turn. After living transiently with his parents for some time young Marcus would move back to Maryland, then back to Virginia, and finally to South East Washington D.C.
While in the Pork Chop Hill area of Virginia, he cultivated the ability to support himself selling dope- until 1996 when the area got hot, and he migrated to D.C. Living so close to the District and having frequented clubs there throughout his adolescence, Marcus was familiar with the area- and found a couple of friends from his younger years who had started a rap group. Although he loved music and was definitely no stranger to the streets, he had never really considered rapping anything more than a hobby. But after being given the name "Oleo" by his friends, and being so heavily exposed to the game- "30/30 Da Murdaland Prince" was born. Now a serious talent and dedicated artist, 30/30 possesses a strong voice and the unique ability to move a crowd with his incredible energy. With each show 30 converts listeners and accumulates fans. An extremely self assured entertainer, 30/30 is eager to show the world what the D.C area already knows… "I don't get no better than this… so welcome to Murdaland…"
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The hip ones know. The word "Rap" has more meaning than simply the musical art of rhythmic, rhyming lines. It also means to talk, kick game, or drop knowledge. In this sense "day one rap" could mean original game; that old school knowledge passed down generation to generation that always rings true in any era.
Musically, "day one rap" could stand for rap music that serves it's original purpose as an outlet and a voice for the unheard, the misunderstood and the misguided, the ignored and the disenfranchised, reflecting the social, economic, and political realities of their lives.
For rapper/MC "Day One", not only does DayOneRap stand for both of these things, but it is also the name for the rap music he creates as well as the name under which he releases it. Rapping since childhood, Washington D.C. native Day One finally decided to take his craft to the next level, and in 2005, he independently released a brilliantly lyrical, creative, and intelligent hip-hop album entitled, "History's Child". Considered by many to be a local classic and one of the best hip-hop albums of the year, "History's Child" served as a solid foundation and showed promise.
In 2006 Day One released the first volume of the mix tape series entitled "Roll With The Prince", following it up with 2008′s "Roll with the Prince Volume 2" as well as "… Volume 3" in 2009. These mixtape releases put the city on notice that a true talent was on the rise.
In Feb. 2010 He released "The Capitol State of Mind EP", a 9 track project based upon his Washington D.C. version of Jay-z's "Empire state of Mind" single. The release garnered him more local acknowledgment as well as some national attention.
Later that year, upon the success of rapper "Rick Ross'" single "BMF", Day One release an alternative version of the song (a version that spawned many copies) entitled "MLK". The song gave praise to legendary African-American leader Martin Luther King and Malcolm X and called for solidarity and revolution, in contrast to the original which praised gangsters and and a criminal lifestyle. The simple video to the song (shot and edited in Day One's living room) was posted on blogs and across the net, even on prominent Hip-Hop blogs such as Allhiphop.com, realtalkNy.net and Hiphipwired.com.
To close out 2010 Day One released "The Declaration of Independence EP". Another 9 track EP on which he goes deeper into his life and story and better familiarizes the listener with his multi-faceted personality
Possessing the soul of a revolutionary, the mind of a philosopher, the swagger of a player and the drive of a hustler, Day One's music is rooted in the daily struggle for life's most universal desires: happiness, acceptance, success and prosperity. It is this daily struggle many of us face that Day One explores, examines, and confronts in the form of his urban inspired, lyrically driven, philosophical soul rap. Hip-Hop for Humans, DayOneRap!
You can place a pen or microphone in the hands of Debbie J and be at ease with the results. A prolific writer and passionate singer, Debbie J is leaving her mark on her Maryland community through numerous live performances, literary magazine contributions and newspaper articles. Her high-energy lyrics and soulful voice causes even the most cynical ear to embrace her lyrics.
"I want to embrace the concepts of change and growth through my music. It's imperative to me to empower women, especially in lower-income communities. They need music that will combat lyrics that teach them to belittle themselves and be satisfied with being viewed as merely an object."
From 2002-2005 Debbie J performed at several colleges and community events as an artist under indie label Groove City Records. She also became an anticipated performer as part of various HBCU programs. Following college, Debbie J was a part of The Peculiar People Band until September 2008. Now cultivating her musical gifts as a solo artist, Debbie J hopes to bring her witty and gregarious style to a larger audience. She is certain while utilizing the talents she has been gifted with, she will be able to reach and inspire her listeners with a sound branded with hope and love.
"Nothing matters more than loving one another. I have always held on to the ideal that it profits a man little to gain the world and lose his own soul. I want to help nurture the soul with inspiring music but also fun music."
Debbie J prides herself on being sincere about life via her lyrics, and she's noted for bringing her heart to the stage whenever she gives a performance. Debbie J majored in English earning her degree from the University Of Maryland Eastern Shore.
With songwriting and composition that can only be described as a powerful infusion of Soul, R&B, Pop, and Alternative music, and a style that is captivating to any listener, Chanell London brings a new platform that is entirely her own to the music industry.
Born in the little city Leicester, England, Chanell London showed from the age of 5 that she was destined for greatness. Growing up in Greater London, Chanell studied piano, acting, and dance and developed her love and talent for the arts from Shakespeare and musical theater to television, and gained recognition within her community as a starlet. And with her first song written at age 13, Chanell continued to craft her songwriting into the unique sounds we hear today. Chanell counts herself lucky having been exposed to some great music throughout her early childhood as music was always a big part of her family. Chanell's influences include the Beatles, Joss Stone, Tina Turner and Christina Aguilera just to name a few.
Having been featured on various radio shows including WHUR 96.3fm, and live performances in the DMV area, Chanell is excited for the release of her new record set for early 2011 which will include songs like Some Days, Done With You, and the hit Outta Your Life. With a working band she is looking forward to other projects in 2011 including the charity single "Change" which Chanell composed, and the web series Archives of The Heart, of which Chanell is set to play a lead.
Chanell's greatest hope is to be respected and appreciated for her music and commitment to creating music that touches the soul. Chanell would like to create a movement that is more than just popular music, but to create a movement that makes real music popular. With such electrifying presences, Chanell London is truly unique for her time and destined to make an impact on the music industry.