Last week WhyCauseICan.com had a chance to sit down with South Jersey artist King ENJ and discuss with him his new single, “Break It Down”, the origin of his company, “Werewolf Mafia”, Promoting safe sex and the creation of his own condom line. To find out more about King ENJ. Make sure to checkout http://www.KingENJ.com and follow him on twitter at @KingENJ
Alfred Tate, also know by his stage name. ” Tate DuMonde ” is from Gulfport, Mississippi. But due to hurricane Katrina he has been residing on the Eastside of Atlanta since 2006. Oddly enough he started rapping around the latter part of 2011. On January 2, 2012 he released his first mixtape titled , ” The Palate Cleanser ” . Which gave an intro into his an soulful southern roots. Also, showcasing his versatility in styles and music as well. He is currently working on his next mixtape titled ” Simply Southern ” which is scheduled to be released this summer.
Artists Name: Jayryde | Resident: St. Louis Unsigned (Reel-2-Real/Fire Productions)
Production Credits: Florida Goon | Featured Artists: Lil Sleep Da King & CA
Biography: Jayryde is an underground artist from St. Louis creating a heavy buzz in the Streets. Originally part of his locally popular group Street Team now known as PGS, Jayryde has branched off to brand his own name while still staying true to his PGS group. Jayryde has just completed his Third mixtape “The Phenom 2″ and a collaboration Mixtape with Lil Sleep Da King called “High Definition”. Google Jayryde and you will see him slowly growing his buzz all over the internet.
It’s amazing to see how far these guys have gone. Just last year I was listening to their LP on indy.livemixtapes.com and now they’ve performed at Coachella and making videos in Japan CRAZY!!! But checkout The Airplane Boys video to their hip song titled, “Brave”.
CJ Da Fly Guy spits his 30 for Thirty Atlanta freestyle for the HHS1987 cameras. HHS1987 presents 30 for Thirty, 30 days, 30 freestyles, 30 different rappers. All shot & edited by Rick Dange. for the HHS1987 cameras. HHS1987 presents 30 for Thirty, 30 days, 30 freestyles, 30 different rappers. All shot & edited by Rick Dange.