Monthly Archives: June 2011
Mishon – Introducing Young Hustle @Mishon | Mixed by Bigga Rankin (@biggarankin00)
Featuring: Mishon, Lil Twist, Mann, Bigga Rankin, DJ Smallz
Raymond Jasin Crespo better known by his stage name H Da Boss the ladies man, was born and raised in Harlem, New York. Growing up he has always had the passion to do music. His musical influence comes from artists such as Jadakiss, Joe Budden, Jay-Z and Fabolous.
H da Boss started to pursue his dreams as a rap artist at the age of 14 when he first got the crowds’ reaction to his first freestyle to “I Wanna Know” by Mario. From that day, he began to better himself as an artist. When he didn’t get the support from his family that he expected, he looked towards the streets of Harlem for their support. People used to call him Hollywood, because of his demeanor and aura, while others called him Da Boss because of the way he handled his business day to day. This is where his motivation to become a well known artist from Uptown originated.
Being a strong artist that can adapt to any environment is one of the skills that H da Boss possesses. He can pick up on any melody from a beat quickly, making him fierce competition to the rest. He was taught at an early age that “I can’t” is not a part of his vocabulary and to this day he sticks by that and completes any and every task that may come his way.
The Wake Up which dropped in the summer of 2009 is currently in circulation. While a sampler CD dedicated strictly to the ladies is being released in February 2010. Currently H da Boss released a single called “Highway” that is getting major airplay on radio stations worldwide including Power 105.1 and Hot 97 in NYC, Hot 97 in Boston, and Radio 1 in the UK on Tim Westwood’s show. He recently released the remix to “Highway” featuring Fred the Godson which has taken over blogs everywhere.
Additional information, as well as links to featured music and upcoming events can be found at http://www.hdaboss.com, http://www.globalrhythmz.com/hdaboss, http://www.reverbnation.com/hdaboss, http://www.twitter.com/hdaboss_swag, http://www.twitter.com/hdaboss, and http://www.facebook.com/hdaboss1.
<Residing from Southside Jamaica Queens, a rebelious emcee by the name of Blackout The Rebel has a full blown attack ready to launch into the big bad music industry world. Formerly known as Larry Williams, Blackout now has the tools ready to accomplish a well known mission to many in the game: TO BE SUCCESSFUL.
It started at the age of 9 when Blackout took part in a program called “Enact” which provided acting lessons, and other activities for students. The final project of the class was for the students to perform something of their liking. It was then that Larry and a group of his friends decided to put together a rap performance. Days on end he reheared his verse until the big day. The performance was a success and he walked off the stage with an epiphany, creating the birth of Blackout The Rebel, in that moment he knew he would never stop chasing his dream.
Now, at the age of 23 you will find the rebel working hard and constantly paving the road to his own success by any means necessary. He’s been featured on performances and mixtapes such as Microphone Bully, Coast 2 Coast, Jonney Miles and was even featured by the people who made tweetmysong.com. He has also teamed up with upcoming production team, Straight From The Lab Productions, in which they provide a lot of production & mixing for the rebel.
Blackout has performed in a few known venues such as; Bowery Poetry Club, Walker Sound Stage, Bungalo and more. Footage of his performances are all over YouTube & FaceBook. Also, the rebel himself runs a well maintained website, BLACKOUTTHEREBEL.COM, and has a mixtape on the way as well as an album already in the works. Stay tuned to this emcee, because Blackout The Rebel is fully equipped and ready to take on what he feels is rightfully his, while providing great music for all.
U Still Smokin | Mixtapes | Grynd Mobb Music Group | Coast 2 Coast DJs
Featuring: Stallion a.k.a big Steezy