"With almost of decade of work in Richmond’s hip-hop scene, OG ILLA continues to fight for citywide acceptance. He’s simultaneously the most popular white hip-hop artist in the city and one of the most underappreciated." - StyleWeekly
"From the music to all of his varies business dealings, he embodies what it means to be an independent music mogul on the grind. To be frank, OG ILLA simply finds a way to stay working and relevant." - TheCheatsMovement
OG ILLA shared stages with many hip hop artist such as: Riff Raff, Lil B, Ace Hood, Action Bronson, Hopsin, Dizzy Wright, Los, Vinny Cash, Kid Daytona, Jarren Benton, Phil Ade, Lil Wyte, Cory Gunz and numerous other independent artists.
From performing locally in the DMV area, sporting some of LoLaFo's clothing line while on stage, it has been an honor to have Logic featured on Diversal before getting signed to Visionary Music Group, and the road to stardom that followed; performing world tours, to performing on Late Night with Jimmy Fallon, Jimmy Kimmel, Ellen, the VMA's, and more.
Pure fire - Independent artist Peniel Howell (born June 15,1988), better known by his stage name 2JaysLeft (Formally known as Produca P), is an American rapper, record producer and engineer from Washington D.C who has been building a catalog of hit after hit.
2JaysLeft released his debut mixtape "Far From Done" in 2013 on Spinrilla - it featured Cheif Keef, Fat Trel, Mike Will (Production) Philade and more. The success of his mixtape led him to become Hot New Hip Hop's "Artist of the week". His music videos, The Introduction, Used To Be & Invincible were all premiered on MTV jams, Revolt TV and Vh1. The video below is his first song released under the name @2JaysLeft. (source: Penie Howell)
Stay tuned for upcoming releases by @2JaysLeft
Artist name: I.Am.Tru.Starr
Spotify: https://open.spotify.com/artist/4uY17u6sR13GQqRtYnilHn - "hair like basquiat."
Apple Music: https://itun.es/us/clef7
That raw intellectual hiphop sound provided by DMV's highly anticipated unsigned artist Kevin Sinatra, has not gone unnoticed. With features in 2dopeboyz, HipHopHundred, djbooth, and many more Kevin continues to drop classic bangers. While covering one of his early 2017 projects "Sleep Paralysis", Earmilk gave a highlight to his lyrics, stating that "he's making a poignant statement about young black males at the hands of the very institutions (such as police, i.e "angels") built to protect them but instead suffer due to being undervalued in western society."