Less than 5 minutes from Yale university, 3 minutes from where the Amistad landed, and a staircase away from evidence of a government created crack epidemic. A fifteen year old kid from New haven CT, using Rap as a means of psychological escape, Self manifested himself as "Cambatta".
High school became a place where Cambatta crafted and displayed his skillset, rather than a place of rigid indoctrination, and Cam quickly built a name for himself. After barely graduating Cam left home for FL on his own at 18, where through years of performance and recording he was able to further mature as an artist.
Cambatta released his first 2 projects, The "Visionary" and "Visionary 2" in 2008 and 2010 respectively receiving major online publicity and high honors among many of the worlds top Hip Hop media outlets and blogs with no budget. But it wouldn’t be until 2013 that Cambatta would really come into his own. He changed his way of thinking – with some chemical help – and created the powerful and trippy Smoke & Mirrors series, a three-mixtape collection that was released between 2013 and 2015. The trilogy took on mystical themes and melded them with reflections on childhood to create a voice that didn’t sound like anything else. after implementing marijuana, mushrooms, and other mind altering substances into his creative process. Cambatta released "Smoke & Mirrors: The Porch" in January 2013 to rave reviews and created a niche fan base. 2015 saw the follow up releases of Smoke & Mirrors: "The Womb" and "The Crackbaby" which have become cult classics within the sanctum of trippy stoners and deep thinkers.
Cambatta’s latest release is Smoke & Mirrors DMT: (Definitive Metagod Trilogy), a collection of some of the best songs of the series plus previously unreleased material.
China Mac w/ Signature Soundz
"China Mac, whose real name is Raymond Yu, is a Chinese-American, Brooklyn-born rapper. On May 22, 2017 ChinaMac was released from prison and is back at it like he never left. ChinaMac displays what New Yorkers calls "hunger", since his return he has not left the studio putting all his passion into what he loves to do the most, RAP…”
“Rcin White ( born Randy White) bears a proud African American heritage. The Bronx born Rapper/Producer who grew up in Queens, NY established his love for music in his early childhood playing vinyl records from his Great Grandfather’s vast collection of music dating back to early jazz. He eventually caught the attention of producers in his area. It was a lifechanging milestone laying down vocals on tracks made possible by producer Jay Waxx, who produced "Its So Hard" for Big Pun and "Money, Power, & Respect" for The Lox, amongst other hit records. Rcin’s creative abyss writing, producing, and executive producing his own music captured the attention of other emerging rap artists such as Roc Nation rapper Manolo Rose, who is featured on Rcin’s “Ten A Day” track. He has also collaborated with Atlanta based rap group Cool Amerika featured on his “What She Want” track.
In September 2016, Rcin’s mixtape entitled “From Scratch” was officially released on Apple Music, Spotify, MyMixtapez, DATPIFF and Spinrilla. It was an exclusive release from Datpiff.com and hosted by DJ Iceberg from Atlanta's 107.9 and Shade45. The project has received thousands of downloads and streams and continues to amass notoriety and buzz especially following his recent 2017 SXSW Music Festival performance in Austin, Texas.
Rcin’s sound, melodic style and energy as a rapper are infectious. His mantra is “The greatest discovery of my generation is that a human being can alter his life by altering his attitudes.”
New York City’s own MPIRE (DAX & ARK) team up with new comer Doza The DRUMDEALER to bring you “NARCOTECHS”. The self titled album is a fusion of classic sounding hiphop with the influence of Latin upbringing. Using legendary Latino samples and orchestration with modern day sound and bang, Doza displays amazing production range through out the 15 track album. Featuring legend DJ Tony Touch And underground power house AG Da Coroner “NARCOTECHS” brings it back to the essence while publicly declaring that the papi’s have a spot on the block.