Short Hills, NJ
Saturday, June 9th, 2012 at 10:00pm
Join us for Paris/Tokyo Records Showcase In NYC!
The Nuyorican will be showcasing some of Baltimore's latest up and coming artists. To check out more information about Paris/Tokyo Records go to www.paristokyorecords.com
Born in Germany, raised on the East Coast. Music is in the blood but Hip Hop is in my soul. Been writing since I was 12 and singing since I was 2. Moved out to Cali after I graduated from High School and was blessed to network with some talented people. I learned and experienced different styles until I developed my own flow....Now I just do me, but respect what others have to offer. It's a cruel world, gotta keep each other lifted.
I'm a single mom to the best baby boy in the world! He's my motivation and proof that God blesses those who least expect it! God is GOOD!
We're Eternal Summer, a small band from Baltimore. We are part of the Paris Tokyo Records team and proud of it!
We are a hip-hop duo out of Baltimore, MD. We intend on restoring the message of positivity, and fun back into hip-hop aswell as staying concious and relevent with the changing times. We have found a way incorporate theater and hip-hop into our live performances to deliver an engaging, captivating, one of a kind performance that leaves the audience craving for more! We want to subtract the over-use of cursing, drugs, and unobtainable lifestyle since we believe is has over-saturated mainstream hip-hop. Our achronym is "Together Everyone Achieves More, Forget Low Expectations", and thats exactly what we want for you to get out of our music. We currently do shows around the Baltimore area and are looking to expand to the rest of Maryland, and eventually the rest of the World!
My name's Nick Lazio aka Young Laz. I'm an aspiring rap artist and hope to make strides in the future when it comes to entertainment. I realize that every rapper these days is claiming to be the next Sammy Adams or Asher Roth so I won't bore you with those type of ideas. However, I do stand out from those people for several reasons:
1) I am not a one dimensional artist- I feel confident doing almost any genre of music and do not limit myself to any one kind of sound or style. I am versatile.
2) I am not solely a rapper, but also consider myself a meaningful songwriter as well as lyricist and can figure out the best solutions to even the most difficult songs/lyrics.
3) I'm a recent graduate of Loyola University MD, where I studied Marketing, which is what makes me different from most up and comers. I feel that I have a better understanding for what it takes to market to the correct segments in order to gain some notoriety. Since finishing school I have been interviewing for positions in the marketing/advertising world where I will become more knowledgeable about the industry. This means that should I not get an opportunity to become successful with my music, I will certainly have the necessary set of skills and connections needed to do so.
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