Jhantu Randall, born April 14, ʻ85 overseas in India, grew up in Washington State and began writing at a very young age.
John Daniel Singleton born January 6, ʻ68 in Los Angeles, CA was true to his hometown since it served as a backdrop for many of his films and endearingly was the same place where he was laid to rest on April 29 due to a coma as a result of a stroke he suffered from nearly two weeks earlier.
Born Ermias Joseph Asghedom August 15, ʻ85, Nipsey made quite an impact in the L.A. area in just 33 short years.
AKTIVESUPPLYBRAND has roots in The Bay Area, especially Oakland, Los Angeles and Philadelphia where he spent most of his time educating himself on street-wear and entrepreneurial-ism. Plus every season and sometimes in between, Shine Law will release one of his random but seasonal “clothing drops” online and through word of mouth.
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Los Angeles, CA April 18, 2019 – Chevy Quis, Who Hails From Minnesota Is Releasing His Newest Single, ʻShotgun” Through Hollywood, CA A&R Group, Ivree Productions June ʻ19
ʻBlack Rose,ʻ a fashion show that took place at The Picasso on 3822 S. Union Ave, Tacoma, WA on March 30, beginning at 5 pm and presented by B. Cole Clothing an apparel line created by emcee and entrepreneur Bacari Hunter and his wife Layla Hunter-Cole
Kapaa, HI, March 25, 2019 – A.H.A.T. (All HipHop All the Time) Rap Battle League is Quickly Gaining Exposure With New Hawaii Chapter President, Kaleo Largusa A.K.A. Son Da One of Kauai Already Booking The First Battle April 27 At The Upstairs Dragon Room At 1038 Nuuanu Rd. In Honolulu; doors open at 7:30 pm. Son Da One has booked five battles to take place, following a hip-hop musical performance by regional artists.
“Hip Hop is life. It gives me the ability to tell my story, share my pain, my joy, my everything. It allows me to shed light on things that people wouldn’t normally pay attention to in ways that they wouldn’t normally see it from. It’s my outlet to my stress, fears, accomplishments, desires, etc. I don’t know how else to describe it.” Put beautifully by BZ.
In an era where materialism and decadence is celebrated and promoted within Hip Hop, emcee Josh Rizeberg of Washington State seemingly does not fit the superficial bill of modern rap.