MajorStage Artists

JAE TIPS

by Twin on February 20, 2013

MajorStage performance History

       Nov 2011 – Overtime Concert Series – Featured Artist

      March 2012 – Overtime Concert Series – Featured Artist

      Oct 2012 – Independent 6ix concert – Headliner

     Feb 2013 – Independent 6ix Concert – Headliner

 

BIO

Jae Tips, is a promising up and coming artist from the Northern Bronx, representing the essence of the New York City music scene. His music is the quintessential combination of lyricism and story-telling of classic hip hop with an overwhelming amount of modern day swagger.


www.twitter.com/JaeTips
www.soundcloud.com/jaetips
www.youtube.com/jaetips

 

 

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Teamsters

by Twin on February 20, 2013

MajorStage performance History

       Sept 2012 – Overtime Concert Series – Featured Artist

     Feb 2013 – Independent 6ix Concert – Headliner

 

BIO

The Teamsters are a hip-hop group from Jersey City, NJ. The Teamsters came together through mutual friendship in December 2010. During 2011 and 2012  The Teamsters took the east coast by storm performing over 35 shows and releasing 30+ free songs on there official website www.teamsters-music.com.The Teamsters are poised to breakout during 2013 and establish themselves among music’s elite. The Threesome from Northern New Jersey creates music for all genres blending hip-hop, rap, pop, reggae and rock music. With banging beats and savvy lyrics The Teamsters have managed to build quite the following in the Tri State area  Including New York City metropolitan area. The Teamsters much anticipated mixtape “Final Hour”  Hosted By DJ GREEN LANTERN Dropped This month on all Major Mixtape website.

 

www.teamsters-music.com/
www.twitter.com/teamstersmusic

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Eazie Da God

by Twin on February 19, 2013

MajorStage performance History

       April 2012 – Overtime Concert Series – Featured Artist

     Jan 2013 – Independent 6ix concert – Headliner

     Feb 2013 – Independent 6ix Concert – Headliner

BIO

Eazie was born in S.I. New York , but raised in Brooklyn , he also has lived all down the East Coast. From Philly, V.A, Orlando, Miami, Etc.. and finally residing back in New York. Eazie was always the center of attention growing up, rapping was something he did on his free time. As a youth Eazie was a class clown and the kid who played sports in school. Around the age of 13 Eazie began to realize that rapping wasn’t just something he wanted to do on his free time but that he LOVED to do it. Older people would tell him “Don’t talk about it, just follow your dream.” Despite the fact that when your parents asked “What do you want to be when you grow up?” you couldn’t say “I want to be a rapper”, because their response would be ”You better stay in school.” So Eazie decided to follow his dream, he finished school and surrounded himself around people who where inspired by music as well. Eazie continued to work hard and slowly but surely started recording and making connections in the industry. He began to notice that his family was interested in his music so he started to connect more with his family. As recently as Janruary 2nd Eazie released a mixtape titled ”Run that Beat” available on DatPiff.com and previously releasing a mixtape titled “It’s My Turn”also available on datpiff.com. Eazie has also done collaborations with other upcoming artist as well as shows in his area. He also has music videos to some of his tops songs from each mixtape on his youtube channel. This is just the beginning, there is much more to come and very soon so be on the look out.

 

http://eaziedagod.com
https://twitter.com/EazieDoesit

 

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Pop Porter

by Twin on February 19, 2013

MajorStage performance History

      Aug 2012 – Overtime Concert Series – Featured Artist

     Feb 2013 – Independent 6ix Concert – Headliner

 

BIO

South Bronx native Pop Porter song writer lyricist and more has released two solo mixtapes currently working on his third titled “Road to Glory Volume 2″ #RTG2 has set a tone with his energetic flow and deep lyrics.

www.twitter.com/pop_porter
www.youtube.com/user/BullyFilmsProduction

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JAYO DA CEO

by Twin on February 19, 2013

MajorStage performance History

       April 2012 – Overtime Concert Series – Featured Artist

      July 2012 – Independent 6ix concert – Headliner

     Feb 2013 – Independent 6ix Concert – Headliner

BIO

JAYO DA CEO ia a Rap/Hip-Hop artist from Brooklyn, NY whose music gives diverse flows and witty lines over well put together instrumentals. His music appeals across the age, color, & creed lines– through intelligence & wit, he paints a colorful picture of what it means to be an urban millennial from Brooklyn.


https://twitter.com/JAYODACEO

http://www.youtube.com/Jayodaceomusic

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eMkay

by Twin on February 19, 2013

MajorStage performance History

       Dec 2011 – Overtime Concert Series – Featured Artist

      May 2012 – Overtime Concert Series – Headliner

      July 2012 – Independent 6ix concert – Headliner

     Feb 2013 – Independent 6ix Concert – Headliner

BIO

eMkay and his No Respect team have been on the rise in the hip-hop community. Born and raised in Queens New York, the Greek/Italian MC combines his classic punch line flow, with ingenious technique and a smooth delivery. The 22-year young rapper is heavily influenced by some of his favorite artist which include Lloyd Banks, Eminem, 50 Cent and Jay-Z. Be sure to cop his new mixtape “Moving On” dropping March 18th!

https://twitter.com/eMdOtkay
http://www.youtube.com/nremdotkay

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J.Lamour

by Twin on February 19, 2013

MajorStage performance History

       July 2011 – Overtime Concert Series – Featured Artist

      Nov 2012 – Overtime Concert Series – Featured Artist

      July 2012 – Independent 6ix concert – Headliner

     Feb 2013 – Independent 6ix Concert – Headliner

 

BIO

Straying away from the common term “rapper”, Jonathan Lamour whose stage name is J.Lamour invites his listeners to realize that he is not just a lyrical emcee but a poetic storyteller. Incorporating non-fictional accounts of his life into his music, J.Lamour gives individuals who identify with him the opportunity to understand that they too can prosper after a life of struggle.

Born into a family of talented artists and musicians, it is no question as to why J. Lamour became the musician that he is today. His father still plays the piano and organ and his mother is a phenomenal singer(her debut album was a best seller within the French and Haitian community). His uncle is also a sound engineer who has worked with the likes of Busta Rhymes, Wyclef, Dr. Dre, and many more.

The M.O.R.E movement and brand will gauge minds, both young and old to think beyond the negative redundancies that occupy our precious time. The brilliant concept has an ambiguous interpretation. Choosing money over redundant endeavors is not the only focus. This brand allows individuals to reevaluate what type of endeavors they are being redundant with. The whole idea is to zero in on that which is necessary in coordination with channeling positivity to become a habit in our lives.

With minimal promotion and no major label support, his debut project did exceedingly well by captivating the ears of 4,000+ hip hop lovers within the first month. Many artists seem to release music that digresses from the origin but Lamour falls into the elite category of artists who will teach so many of the younger generation what it means to appreciate the real hip hop genre. In the same breath, this also allows his generation and those that came before him to fall in love with music again.

 

www.jlamour.tv/
www.facebook.com/jlamourmusic
WWW.twitter.com/Johnny_LoVe

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S-GOD

by Twin on February 19, 2013

   MajorStage performance History

       June 2011 – Overtime Concert Series – Featured Artist

      Jan 2012 – Overtime Concert Series – Featured Artist

      May 2012 – Overtime Concert Series – Headliner

     Feb 2013 – Independent 6ix Concert – Headliner

 

BIO

S-GOD was born in Harlem N.Y. during the early 80′s. During his childhood years, both parents were heavily into music. Growing up with an African American mother, and his Father being Jamaican, he was exposed to R&B, Soul, Reggae, Dancehall music, Hip Hop, etc. This experience exposed S-GOD to different kinds of music at an early age. He started to follow his older brother (Denz) who was an up and coming Rap artist at the time. He had to prove to himself that this is what he wanted to do. He started writing rhymes, battling other lyricist, and recording in local studios. While doing all this, he tried to work with a couple of local groups. But it was obvious that he was a little more advance than everyone else. People began to notice, and his name began to spread fast throughout Harlem. He decided to work on his solo career, and go through things on his own to truly understand himself as a person and as a musician.


©MachineTeamEnt.
http://www.SGodSoHarlem.tumblr.com
http://www.twitter.com/SGodSoHarlem
http://www.facebook.com/SGodSoHarlem1
http://www.youtube.com/SGod

 

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