Fenix Flexin

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You may hear the name of Fenix Flexin, a musician and a rapper. Fenix’s real name is Fenix Rybinski. He’s a hip-hop singer from America. Most known as a member of the Shoreline Mafia joint hip hop group. In November 2017, their first full-length mixtape was published. He’s a tattoo lover, and you can see him easily because he’s got a tattoo on his forehead.

Gremlin

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Born & raised in Santa Ana California, Mark Henriquez better known as Gremlin has been making music since before he was even a teenager. Influenced by his older brother, he grabbed a pen and pad and hasn’t looked back since. With his family behind him every step of the way Gremlin has turned his childhood dreams into a reality accumulating over a million cult fans across the world with his music & brand “Broken People”.  
 “I make music for people who’ve gone through pain and feel broken. My community is built of those who don’t let their past define them and are working towards being a better version of themselves”. Bringing unsuspecting riders to tears with his uber rap series, Gremlin has gained notoriety landing him on stages across the west coast of the USA & even on Fox News discussing his hit single “All For You” which depicts the story of his moms addiction to drugs. 
 This year Mark has big plans and is more focused than ever to release his long awaited new album that has been 5 years in the making. With a country wide tour already in the works it’s safe to say that Gremlin is dreaming bigger than ever before.

B.o.B

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B.o.B burst onto the hip-hop scene in late 2006 becoming a six-time Grammy Award nominee and solidifying his notoriety as a multifaceted lyricist, storyteller, and producer. Born Bobby Ray Simmons, the Decatur, GA native has successfully paved his way in the entertainment industry constantly killing the game by daring to convey his true self through his music. The release of his commercial debut single “Nothin On You,” featuring Atlantic Records’ star Bruno Mars, landed him atop the Billboard Hot 100 Chart and garnered a three times platinum status. Furthermore, the radio single raked in three Grammy nominations for the rapper. Simmons continued to see radio success climbing the billboard charts with smash hits like “Airplanes,” feat. Hayley Williams of Paramore & rapper Eminem, and “Magic,” feat. Rivers Cuomo of Weezer, going six times platinum and twice platinum respectively, overall “Adventures of Bobby Ray” went #1 on Billboard Top 200. Fans adore his conscious rhymes and praise his ability to straddle the line between grungy hip hop and timeless classics leaving any listener with an unforgettable audible experience. With over ten years of creatively impacting entertainment culture, the Atlanta-based rapper has yet to stop putting out revolutionary content. After what was widely believed to be his last album, Naga, which was released in July of 2018, the musically inclined superstar released Southmatic in June of 2019. B.o.B has continued to feed fans with music throughout the years with the release of Somnia in September 2020, Murd & Mercy – October 2020, and now with the highly anticipated 2022 album release, Better Than Drugs, along with a supporting nationwide tour, its first in 5 years. Over the years, raw talent and originality have separated B.o.B from most rappers in the game making him innovative and unpredictable. His spirit of innovation, impeccable work ethic, and commitment to excellence continues to turn hip-hop upside down.

Snotty Nose Rez Kids: Sink or Swim Tour

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Snotty Nose Rez Kids is a Canadian Hip-Hop duo of Haisla (Indigenous) descent from Kitimat, BC. Rappers Yung Trybez and Young D formed the duo in 2016, releasing two albums in 2017 with their second, The Average Savage, winning them Best Hip Hop Artist at the Western Canadian Music Awards (WCMA’s), cemented them on 2018’s Top 10 list of the coveted Polaris Music Prize, and landed them a 2019 Juno Nomination for best Indigenous Music Album. The group toured heavily in Canada with appearances in New York City, Seattle and Darwin, Australia. They quickly gained notoriety for their energetic, inspiring and thought provoking performances.

 

Their follow-up, TRAPLINE, was an overwhelming success with media praising the project at Complex, Vice, Exclaim!, Okayplayer, and The FADER. Hit single, ‘Boujee Natives,’ became a cultural phenomenon sparking a wave of Indigenous people rocking art, jewelry and clothing of their people in a proud way. They embarked on their first large-scale tour with over 100 shows in 2019 in North America, Australia, UK and Mexico, and wrapping the year with multiple awards and millions of streams. SNRK were poised for 2020 to be their breakout year. Complex named them in their ‘Ones to Watch for 2020.’ After announcing their first 23 city US headline tour, COVID hit and all plans were abandoned. They released their debut EP, Born Deadly, and landed various sync deals with network shows Trickster and Resident Alien, and feature films Monkey Beach and Inconvenient Indian. ‘Boujee Natives’ achieved over 1.5 million streams and became their first music video to reach over 2 million views.

 

As COVID restrictions began to ease in 2021, SNRK were back in studio, creating their most personal project to date, LIFE AFTER, released in October 2021. The release landed them on the covers of Exclaim Magazine, Range Magazine and The Georgia Straight. Their hit single, Uncle Rico, debuted on BET Jams and went into rotation on MTV. After a year and half SNRK were back on the road for leg 1 and 2 of their Life After Tour with 47 shows in North America so far. They are about to embark on their next tour leg of summer festivals, which will see them opening for 070Shake, Rick Ross, Lil Tecca, Freddie Gibbs, Young MA, The Beaches, and headlining various shows.

Devin the Dude

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With deep ties to Houston’s influential early-’90s rap scene, Devin the Dude rolled through several generations of hip-hop, cultivating a laid-back style fixated on weed, partying, and his distinctively hazy perspective on everyday life. Producing as well as rapping, he began releasing solo albums in 1998 with The Dude. He quickly became a rapper’s rapper, collaborating with big-name talents from Dr. Dre and Snoop Dogg to De La SoulNasAndre 3000, and many others. Though he never rose to the mainstream success of some of his peers, albums like 2007’s stony yet intricate Waiting to Inhale were hits with critics and a dedicated cult following. He landed in the Top 20 of Billboard’s Top R&B/Hip-Hop Albums chart in 2010 with Suite 420 and Gotta Be Me, and hit number nine on the Top Rap Albums chart with 2013’s One for the Road. Devin the Dude has remained a left-of-center favorite with albums like 2017’s Acoustic Levitation, 2019’s Still Rollin’ Up: Somethin’ to Ride With, and 2021’s Soulful Distance.

Devin the Dude was born Devin Copeland in Pontiac, Michigan, but raised in Florida and Texas. As a child, he went back and forth from New Boston to Houston and finally settled in the latter after he graduated high school. In the late ’80s, Devin met Rob Quest, a blind rapper and producer who was part of a Houston crew called the Coughee Brothaz. Later, the duo formed a group named the Odd Squad and recruited Devin’s longtime friend Jugg Mugg and a local DJ named DJ ScrewScrew (who was later replaced by DJ Styles) took the group’s demo tape to Rap-A-Lot Records CEO James Smith, who quickly signed the group in 1992. Their debut album, Fadanuf fa Erybody!!, was released in 1994 with “I Can’t See It” as the lead single and video.

Although hip-hop fans praised the effort put out by the Odd Squad, their album was not as commercially successful as they hoped. While the group went back to the drawing board, Rap-A-Lot franchise artist Scarface approached Devin to be a part of his new group, FacemobFacemob released one album in 1996, The Other Side of the Law, and then broke up due to internal problems. At this time, Devin decided to work on his debut solo album, The Dude, with the help of Smith and Scarface.

The Dude was released in 1998 with virtually no video and little radio play. It was a smoothed-out, funk-laden album and an ode to wine, women, and weed. Regardless, the album built a large underground following and even caught the attention of veteran hip-hop producer Dr. Dre. He contacted Devin in 1999 and asked him to be a part of the 2001 album on the track “Fuck You.” This single appearance made Devin a hot commodity, earning him appearances on songs with De La SoulRaphael Saadiq, veteran rap group UGK, and a solo track on the Oz soundtrack.

His anticipated sophomore LP, Just Tryin’ ta Live, was released in the summer of 2002 and featured appearances from NasXzibit, and Raphael Saadiq with production from DreDJ Premier, and his Coughee Brothaz. To tha X-Treme arrived two years later and was followed in 2007 by Waiting to Inhale, his first album to crack the Top 40 on Billboard’s album chart. It featured guest appearances from Snoop DoggLil WayneBun B, and more. It would also be Devin’s last record with Rap-A-Lot after a 15-year relationship. He signed on with Razor & Tie for his 2008 album Landing Gear. Suite #420 followed in 2010 and had the honor of being released on the stoner’s holiday of April 20. His seventh LP, Gotta Be Me, arrived later that year.

In 2013, Devin issued One for the Road (eOne). His eighth full-length entered the Top 50 of the Billboard R&B/hip-hop chart. In 2017, he returned with the collaborative single “Smoke with Me,” with rapper Crim Dela Crim. He also issued the Acoustic Levitation album, which was accompanied by a tour of the same name. In 2019, he returned with his ninth studio LP, Still Rollin’ Up: Somethin’ to Ride With. The full-length Soulful Distance arrived in February 2021. ~ Quibian “Q” Salazar-Moreno, Rovi