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Maurice Gaye (born January 27, 1987) better known by his stage name “Moeazy”, is an American rapper, songwriter and co-owner of City Limits Entertainment LLC (C.L.E.), City Limits Prints, and Fuxwag. Moeazy was born in Los Angeles, California where he lived until the age of 4 before moving to the metropolitan area of Washington D.C. commonly known today as the DMV. His time there was spent between Northwest, D.C and Northern, Virginia where he would release his “Beautiful Struggle” mixtape series.

On January 13, 2012, Moeazy picked up everything and left his friends and family behind to start a new chapter in his life by moving to Phoenix, Arizona where he found new opportunities with the help of his personal manager Scott Carver.  On April 2012, he released his #Moetivation LP, which has been his most successful project to date with over 50,000 collective downloads across the internet, several blogs and independent music sites. In Arizona he also played several shows with national touring artists including: One Be Lo (Binary Star), Crooked I (Slaughterhouse/Shady Records) and Kirko Bangz (Warner Bros. Records), which helped create an even larger fan base.

In June 2012, the next chapter for Moeazy began as he moved back to his birthplace of Los Angeles, California where he has been provided with the biggest opportunities to take his career to new levels. He currently resides in Downtown Los Angeles, where he’s writing and recording his upcoming project “Fung Shway” set to drop in the 1st quarter of 2013, which features “FUXWAG”, the first official single from the upcoming mix-tape. After months of planning and creating, Moeazy started the production and marketing of his own personal brand and clothing line, “Fuxwag”, an “Anti-Swag” revolution spreading a message of individuality in an urban, hip fashion. Leading up to the release of “Fung Shway”, Moeazy will also be releasing a collaborative EP with artists PBC, titled “Bout That Life EP” produced by FKi (Sony Records) set to release on Black Friday 2012.

A music video for the self-titled single “What We Came To Do” is also planned to be released 2013.  Keep Rockin’ with Moeazy as he embarks on his first International Tour in 2013 with the global support of newly signed Management company, PAIDAY.Inc Management.


Traditionally associated with The Black Wall Street Records despite the fact that most the artists on the record label were affiliated with the Bloods, Malone signed with the record label, but later signed with Cash Money Records in 2011,[3][5] turning down offers from many labels like Def Jam Records,[5] Interscope Records, J Records and Atlantic Records.[3] Glasses Malone was found by the same record executive that found The Game. Along with his signing, he was also given his own imprint, Blu Division.[5] G. Malone debuted with mixtapes The Crack Mixtape (2003) and White Lightnin…Sticks (2005).[3][4] White Lightnin…Sticks sold 50,000 copies and included the popular street single “Two Hunned”.[4]

Glasses Malone appeared in the music video for Tha Dogg Pound’s single “Cali Iz Active’ and also makes a cameo appearance in the Tech N9ne video “Like Yeah”. He also appeared on the soundtrack to Madden 2007 with a song called “Right Now” which was produced by Scott Storch. On August 4, 2006 Glasses Malone appeared on MTV’s You Hear It First.[4]

Malone’s first album, Beach Cruiser, was originally scheduled to come out on February 20, 2007. However, due to a change in record labels, Malone signed a new deal with Cash Money Records and Hoo-Bangin’ Records[6] and his album release scheduled tentatively for April 2008. Two singles from the album debuted in 2008: “Certified” featuring Akon and “Haterz” featuring Birdman and Lil Wayne.

His album will now be release on Aug. 29th 2011. although it was leaked on the internet on Aug. 24. In his album G. Malone dedicated a song to American rapper T.I. called Call Me T.I. .

In late 2009, Malone accompanied Tech N9ne and hip-hop supergroup Slaughterhouse on the K.O.D Tour. Malone was featured on former Cash Money R&B singer TQ’s 7th studio album Kind of Blue in 2010. Glasses Malone is also found in a specific version of Twiztid’s 2012 album Abominationz.


He appeared on Big B new album Good Times & Bad Advice in a song titled “Live Your Life”

He is currently touring with Tech N9ne, and E-40.


FlyKingi Is a Hip Hop entertainer from Los Angeles, California.

His second Mixtape ‘Labor Day’ was hosted by reality star Tiffany ‘New York’ Pollard of VH1 and was well received by Blogs, media outlets & fans. The music video for first single ‘Gotta Go’ Surpassed 50,000 views in the first month. Continuing his rap aspirations he released single and video ‘Candy Wrapper’ to YouTube and Vevo which currently sits at 65,000 and 11,000 respectively. With the release of his first EP ‘The Closet Chronicles, Vol.1’ he was able to grab the attention of International mega Management company . With the support of his new management backing FlyKingi will begin with the visual and single EP for the Cory Bold produced track ‘Rude Skywalker’.


Kylian Mash is a French DJ and multi-rewarded music producer born in Paris on 14 February 1983. Well known for his smash hits like ‘Discobitch‘, ‘Club Certified’, ‘Closer’, or again ‘No Tomorrow’, he has collaborated with many international artists such as Akon, Snoop Dogg, Flo-Rida and Timbaland. He also had founded his own label Most Wanted Music, which publishes and produces numerous musical projects into Majors industry


Kylian Mash earned his first gold record in 2008 with the project “Discobitch” and his huge hit “C’est beau la bourgeoisie” (# 1 Top Single and # 1 clubs for 13 weeks in France).[1]
This popular success went worldwide up to America where the track was even reviewed by Perez Hilton,[2] the Pussycat Dolls or Madonna,[3] which permits him to quickly feature as artist, producer, songwriter or remixer alongside the biggest names of the industry like Akon, Snoop Dogg, Glasses Malone, Lil Wayne, Flo Rida, Coolio, JayKay, Timbaland, Missy Elliott, Mohombi as well as collaborate with top producers like Sandy Vee (Rihanna, David Guetta, Ne-Yo…).
Kylian’s most confidential projects like his official remix of ‘Rhythm is Dancer’ or still ‘Wicked Wow’ produced for Carolina Marquez, nevertheless have reaches playlists of Top DJs like David Guetta, Joachim Garraud, Dj Chuckie or Eric Morillo…and since then, Kylian Mash is regularly solicited as DJ by the biggest clubs and also run his own radioshow broadcasted on numerous radio stations.
In the same time, Kylian Mash founded in 2010 his music label “Most Wanted Music” which working today with Universal, Sony, Warner, EMI, Ultra or again Ministry of sound.


Louisville Kentucky rapper Miz, began his music industry career at the age of 12, as a member of the rap group Young Rydaz. The Young Rydaz released their hit single “Big Boy Dreamz” in (2002). Big Boy Dreamz went on to sell well over 25,000 records that resulted in the Young Rydaz’ signing with Southwest Distribution.

The single was such a huge hit the Young Rydaz were invited to appear on the Jenny Jones Show for a live performance. The Young Rydaz were eventually disbanded but Miz continued honing his skills and set out on a solo career.

Since that time, Miz has continued writing, releasing mix tapes and performing throughout the Mid-West, Southeast and the West Coast. Most recently, Miz was nominated and won the rookie of the year award from the Kymp Kamp DJ’s, a mid-west DJ consortium. Miz has shared the stage with such national recording artist as; Field Mob, Bushwick Bill & The Ghetto Boys, Ying Yang Twinz, Romeo, Bow Wow, Bobby Valentino, Webby, Gucci, Boosie, and the list goes on.

Now poised to release his latest project “Young and Famous”, Miz is once again burning up the music scene with his infectious style and Louisville Swagg. “Young and Famous” features the breakout hit single “I Can Do You Better” which is sure to set the industry on fire.

Miz says “The streets are hungry and I’m ready to feed um”. Destined to be the newest franchise of the industry, Miz stands ready to show the world why he is considered one of the hottest artists to hail from Da Ville.


KK was adopted and raised with her younger sister by a single mom in the heart of Kingston, Jamaica, where KK Holliday began singing at the tender age of 6, and performing by the age of 8. Educated at the Jamaica School of the Performing Arts, KK studied theatre, where her true love was discovered as she performed and excelled. KK received honors and awards winning the island award for Drama and Speech at age 10. As a child, KK also sang with many choirs as well as being featured in Jamaica’s Star Magazine, Caribbean Times, British Elle, and various local papers. She has worked with notable photographers such as Jamel Shabazz, Ronnie Cush, Bryan Cummings and many more.

KK Holliday has collaborated with many known artists, such as Mad Cobra, Sluggy Ranks, Coolio, and Pretty Ricky. Don’t let her small frame fool you, this feisty songstress is an edgy thrill-seeker that’s willing to take chances that reflect her trend setting, trail blazing style and charisma. KK welcomes adversity, promotes diversity and over all embodies creativity. In 2007, KK Holliday moved to Hollywood, CA and in 2008 started working with producer Doc Frank. KK signed with Monstarz Ink in 2009.

KK is currently in the studio recording her first album, “Beauty & The Beast” which is sure to be filled with club bangers, true life stories and sensual bedroom vibes, including her hit single, “Shugga Daddy” along with “Jamaican Jerk” and “Watch Me Dance”.

With her pure talent, undying beauty and drive to succeed, there’s no question that we will be seeing a lot more of this striking artist on TV screens all over. Those privileged enough to hear a sample of this young island sensation are left ultimately awestruck, rendering her the Next Big Thing.