Project Pat

Of the many hardcore rappers to emerge from Memphis during the late '90s, Project Pat stood tall amid his peers. His affiliation with the Three 6 Mafia collective introduced him to many listeners, especially after he was featured on the group's hit song "Sippin' on Some Syrup" in 2000.  He is the older brother of Three Six founder Juicy J. Pat is available for performances, appearances, and features.

Lil Wyte

When the quick-rapping, crunk to the core Lil Wyte first came to the attention of the Three 6 Mafia it was with an all-white group of which Wyte was a member. The group fell apart but the Memphis-based Wyte was too skilled to be stopped. Three 6 Mafia members Juicy J and DJ Paul signed the under-21 rapper immediately after the group's disbanding and soon were working on his debut. Doubt Me Now appeared in 2003 and became a word-of-mouth hit among crunk and Southern rap's hardcore fans. Wyte is available for performances, appearances, and features.

Jelly Roll

Jelly Roll's Pop Another Pill collaboration with Memphis rapper Lil Wyte would go on to get over 1 million YouTube views. This song lead to the SNO group album Year Round released on Hypnotize Minds in April 2011, a project executive-produced by Oscar winners DJ Paul and Juicy J. SNO release Come Here White Girl was named among the "The 10 Most Memorable White Rapper Collaborations" by XXL. Jelly Roll is available for performances, appearances, and features.


Ray Jr

Ray Jr. the “Mayor of E.C.” formerly known as Young Ray, is an East Cleveland, OH native who has blazed the ears of Cleveland listeners for years with his authentic, diverse, and captivating flow.  After graduating college in 2006, Ray Jr. decided to pursue his longtime passion of becoming a MC. With a strategic plan derived, Ray Jr. took Cleveland by storm in 2007 with his first debut single, “I’m from E.C.”, which immediately became a renowned hood anthem. Encompassing diligence and the commitment to uphold the “Mayor of E.C.” title acclaimed to him by the city, Ray Jr. has delivered yet another smash hit single that has been blazing the airwaves ever since its release titled, “Sloppy.”

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Blood For Blood

If the ghost of Johnny Cash was to unexpectedly rise out of its tomb and supernaturally resurrect its musical soul in the form of a hardcore band, the result would be an anthemic, outlaw punch not unlike Boston's favorite white trash hardcore hooligans, BLOOD FOR BLOOD.


Outlaw Crow

A Band of Two-Fisted, Foot-Stompin', Party Rockers brought together by the Four Winds to make music in the Carolinas.

“100 Bands You Need To Know 2015” - Alternative Press

Coming straight from the Crossroads Of America, Indianapolis’ FOREVERATLAST are not your average band in today's music scene. FOREVERATLAST has harnessed an exceptional mix of anthemic punk, mid-2000’s post hardcore and modern rock on their new album, Ghosts Again

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