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Growing up in the nation’s capital isn’t easy, especially when you’re Barbara Son. Affectionately known as Ant Glizzy to the hip hop hemisphere, his more acclaimed moniker was never meant to be attached to a now heralded rap persona.
“I never woke up and said I wanted to be a rapper,” the reluctant emcee says. “I just went in there and did what I did and the people liked it.”
Needless to say, Ant Glizzy is among the District of Columbia’s most poised street poets and stands firm as a true ambassador for a city he knows as well as his very first tattoo.
“I represent the streets, the struggle, the people that come from nothing,” he maintains. “So you have to be aggressive or people are going to run over top of you. You gotta stand for something.”
Only six months removed from the brotherhood (Glizzy Gang) he all but grew up with, Ant has amassed close to 350,000 views and over 70k downloads of his first official mixtape – Barbara Son. A moving tribute to his mother (Barbara), Ant pulls no punches. Spitting with reckless abandon, the 23-year-old rapper establishes himself as a factor on uncompromising tracks such as “Scared Ass,” “Having Fun” and the incomparable “Blow Up” – the latter, an ode to Ant’s mother.
Known for his success in the streets as much as the studio, it shouldn’t surprise the casual listener that Ant Glizzy and DJ Young Music (The Streetz Representer) bumped heads – on a musical path of course. No sooner than Glizzy’s music began to sift into radio circles, the DYMG Entertainment impresario arranged a sit down. In it, the two discussed terms of a deal that would work to harness Ant’s God-given talent for the good of the label and a city they both ride for.
When they stood up, it was all but a formality.
“I don’t feel like I owe [DC] anything,” says Ant, “but if I get in a position to put DC people on, I am.”
Fully cocked and loaded as a member of the DMV’s fastest growing independent label, Ant is in position to do just that. For starters he just released the highly anticipated sequel Barbara Son 2, on DYMG Entertainment, as he rightfully earns his place among hip hop’s next generation of breakout stars.
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Miami based rapper/song writer Prez P, recently named one of Miami's top ten artists on the come up to look out for by The Miami New Times. Born in Miami on December 10, the North Miami native Haitian-American rapper 'Prez P' first emerged onto the underground rap scene out of Miami with his group Da Camp in 2011 with the mixtape: 7 Day Weekend: Campin Out In A RV followed by 7 Day Weekend: Bumpin olDCool, Da Campilation and their biggest album VII Day Vacay which was voted 2012 mixtape of the year by the Miami blog the305.com. Prez stepped away from the group to do some solo work in the form of projects such as his 2012 release DreamSucceeDie, a body of work with production from various Miami producers like Numonics, Mr. Manuvers, Benny B and features from his Miami peers Phresh James, J Nics, RansomNote and more to his most recent 2013 release "The Ambiance". Currently Prez has been working on a campaign for his next full length album "Prezidential". He has released 305° In The Sunshine, Carrera Music, and most recently The Preztige, keeping his fans at bait until the album is revealed.
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Nine – No Country For Old (Mixtape)
Bronx native, Nine exploded onto the scene in 1994 with the underground smash “Six Million Ways to Die” feature on Funkmaster Flex’s & the Ghetto Celebs. A repeat hitter on the Billboard Charts Nine’s “Whutcha Want” single from debut album NINE Livez charted at #3 and stayed there for 17 weeks. Followed by the Cloud Nine album which is regarded as a hip hop classic. Nine’s vocals have appeared on the Beastie Boys, Madonna and Portishead and paved the way for the maelstrom of rugged MC’s that followed. Nine released a handful of underground singles, charting overseas and appeared in a few acting gigs on stage and the TV series New York Undercover: Kill the Noise then downshifted from the spotlight only making rare appearances and performing behind the scenes production.
In 2016 Nine returns to the game with his new EP The Difference and the mixtape No Country for Old Men (NCFOM) released on BDMG Digital. Nine reveals a crazy pen keeping you rapt with gun bar after gun bar delivered in 17 flavors of flows his new mixtape No Country for Old Men. No Country for Old Men, the mixtape” celebrates both the warrior and the work ethic of overcoming/owing any age.
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