Although being a rapper from Brooklyn is commonplace in hip-hop, One Dae’s unique style and diverse market appeal are anything but common. Equipped with the rare ability to satisfy both the commercial masses and the more orthodox hip-hop crowd, the Gemini artist describes his image as more of a collage, than a corporate logo. “I do it all man. That’s what makes me who I am.”

M-Phazes is the perfect example of a diamond in the rough. The Australian go-to producer is living proof that no matter where you’re from, you can make an impact on the rest of the world. As his dreams become a reality, M-Phazes places no boundaries on his craft as he continues to build an impressive discography with a talented pool of artists throughout the world.

El Da Sensei stepped onto the hip-hop scene as one half of the Newark, NJ, duo, the Artifacts. At current, El is gearing up for the release of The Nu World Remix EP, which will feature a guest appearance from Tame-One, marking the first time that the duo have have released any retail material together since the 1997 release of That’s Them.

Bekay exudes a passion for the culture and is eager to let the world in on his story. Bekay’s writing talent, punch-lines and unique perception have not only enabled him to become a cult personality, but have also lent credibility and power to the issues found in his music.