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Nu Hussl Ent Biography Grind is something that defines a person. Their character and their beliefs come from it. If you don’t believe in yourself you can't prosper. Nu Hussl's Esz (Victor Perdue), Stil tru (Troy Sessoms), Rickshon (Rick Hairston), and Trump (Dant'e Taylor) are prime examples of what grind is all about. In order to be a grinder you have to focus positive and negative energy all together. Trials and tribulations will come, but you can't allow that to affect your judgement. This is the grind of Nu Hussl. Real Life Records, was founded in 1999 by Victor Esz Perdue and Dant'e Trump Taylor. It consisted of a total of four members but differing views on future direction caused them to break apart. Esz and Trump stayed together and in January of 2001 formed what is now known as Nu Hussl Ent. Both members pursued solo careers under the umbrella of Nu Hussl. Trump spent most of his time in the studio perfecting his skills and appearing on local mixtapes while Esz performed in various open mics and showcases, all while going to school for graphic design. The group made way for change in 2010 when Stil tru joined as a member. Bringing his videography and emcee skills to the table, Stil tru helped Nu Hussl Ent enhance their video and music catalog. By 2011, Nu Hussl was on fire and gaining buzz on the local hip hop scene. But the group wasn't fully complete until Rickshon joined as the final member. Rickshon, with his distinct lyrical rhyme style, brought further dimension to the group. The overall chemistry of all four members turned out to be outstanding. Since then, together they have traveled the area performing shows and making music videos for the public -- putting themselves on the map as one of the elite groups in South Jersey. The work ethic of Nu Hussl's emcees surpass that of any average artist. The members all live, breathe, and sleep everything music and they are determined to be the best in South Jersey. Nothing will not stop them until they are noticed as the top group in Atlantic City. There are many talented groups in the area but none are Nu Hussl. ESZ BIOGRAPHY In 1982, a legend was born. Victor Esz Perdue, of the Inlet section of Atlantic City, is not your average walk in the park MC. Looking beyond the horizon knowing that success only comes with endurance and the determination to be different, he promotes his growth by working harder and not just attempting to rely on talent alone. The values instilled in him by his mother make him one solid individual. Victor Perdue was born to Grace and Wayne Perdue on Aug. 8, 1982. His mother is from Nigeria, West Africa and his father is from Philadelphia, Pa. She was a school teacher and a church musician. His father was a professional boxer. Victor has been developing his talents since he was 2 years old. At an early age he began drawing. Then he started writing his own lyrics and mimicking Michael Jackson which sparked a desire in his heart to perform. Growing up in the Inlet section of Atlantic City was tough but with guidance and encouragement from people such as Raymond Tyler Jr., who is now the host of the Alternative Soul Breakfast Club radio program on WTTH “The Touch,” his brother Mark Tyler, who is now a successful real estate investor, Luvenia Watts his caretaker in his early years and of course his mother, Victor saw a light beyond the tunnel. Playing drums in the Boardwalk Seahawks Drum Corps was also an added inspiration on his path. During Victor’s high school years, it became evident that writing lyrics and rapping would become a primary means of expressing his feeling. At that time he enjoyed listening to artists such as The lox, Fat Joe, LL cool J, Canibus and DMX, just to name a few. Armed with confidence in his unique style, he started to enter local street battles and poetry slams to perfect his freestyle and writing ability. One place that really helped him elevate his talent was a local open mic venue called the Flow Session, where many local artists from the Atlantic City got their start. He performed there for about five years. Then he felt ready to perform on a larger scale and show the tri-state area that he had the talent and ability to become a star. By this time, he had already formed a group called “Nu Hussl” with local child hood friends Dant'e Taylor (Trump) and Giovanni Delva (Blazon). But the group split because the friends had differing views about the direction the group should take. The group later re-emerged this time with just Victor (Esz) and Dant'e (Trump). They later picked up a third member, Troy Sessioms (Smac Lo). Once they bonded, they started to work hard and Victor took it upon himself to do more shows to develop his name and reputation as a solo artist in addition to promoting the “Nu Hussl” group as well. Victor has traveled across the tri-state performing at the Trocadaro (Philadelphia), The Pyramid Club (New York City), Hanger 84 (Vineland NJ), Planet Rose (Atlantic City Tropicana Casino) just to name a few. He released two mix-tape projects called S.J.A. Volumes I and II. While doing all of this he was also attending Atlantic Cape Community College and taking courses in studio arts and graphic design. After graduating ACCC, Victor attended Anthem Institute. It was there that he learned more about graphic design and music video production. When he graduated Anthem Institute, he learned how to incorporate all that he had learned from those schools into his music. Doing his own videos and designing his own logos and mix-tape art, Victor is now working on his new mix-tape project called “Year of the Conqueror” which he plans to release in the very near future. He has music videos out, including “Successful” which is his first single of his new project. “Friends come and go but knowledge once absorbed becomes an eternal foundation on wish success is derived,” says Perdue. Contact Esz www.facebook.com/ESZMUSIC www.facebook.com/mrnaija82 www.reverbnation.com/nuhusslent www.reverbantion.com/eszakamrnaija www.twitter.com/nuhusslent www.twitter.com/eszakamrnaija Esz biography In 1982, a legend was born. Victor Esz Perdue, of the Inlet section of Atlantic City, is not your average walk in the park MC. Looking beyond the horizon knowing that success only comes with endurance and the determination to be different, he promotes his growth by working harder and not just attempting to rely on talent alone. The values instilled in him by his mother make him one solid individual. Victor Perdue was born to Grace and Wayne Perdue on Aug. 8, 1982. His mother is from Nigeria, West Africa and his father is from Philadelphia, Pa. She was a school teacher and a church musician. His father was a professional boxer. Victor has been developing his talents since he was 2 years old. At an early age he began drawing. Then he started writing his own lyrics and mimicking Michael Jackson which sparked a desire in his heart to perform. Growing up in the Inlet section of Atlantic City was tough but with guidance and encouragement from people such as Raymond Tyler Jr., who is now the host of the Alternative Soul Breakfast Club radio program on WTTH “The Touch,” his brother Mark Tyler, who is now a successful real estate investor, Luvenia Watts his caretaker in his early years and of course his mother, Victor saw a light beyond the tunnel. Playing drums in the Boardwalk Seahawks Drum Corps was also an added inspiration on his path. During Victor’s high school years, it became evident that writing lyrics and rapping would become a primary means of expressing his feeling. At that time he enjoyed listening to artists such as The lox, Fat Joe, LL cool J, Canibus and DMX, just to name a few. Armed with confidence in his unique style, he started to enter local street battles and poetry slams to perfect his freestyle and writing ability. One place that really helped him elevate his talent was a local open mic venue called the Flow Session, where many local artists from the Atlantic City got their start. He performed there for about five years. Then he felt ready to perform on a larger scale and show the tri-state area that he had the talent and ability to become a star. By this time, he had already formed a group called “Nu Hussl” with local child hood friends Dant'e Taylor (Trump) and Giovanni Delva (Blazon). But the group split because the friends had differing views about the direction the group should take. The group later re-emerged this time with just Victor (Esz) and Dant'e (Trump). They later picked up a third member, Troy Sessioms (Smac Lo). Once they bonded, they started to work hard and Victor took it upon himself to do more shows to develop his name and reputation as a solo artist in addition to promoting the “Nu Hussl” group as well. Victor has traveled across the tri-state performing at the Trocadaro (Philadelphia), The Pyramid Club (New York City), Hanger 84 (Vineland NJ), Planet Rose (Atlantic City Tropicana Casino) just to name a few. He released two mix-tape projects called S.J.A. Volumes I and II. While doing all of this he was also attending Atlantic Cape Community College and taking courses in studio arts and graphic design. After graduating ACCC, Victor attended Anthem Institute. It was there that he learned more about graphic design and music video production. When he graduated Anthem Institute, he learned how to incorporate all that he had learned from those schools into his music. Doing his own videos and designing his own logos and mix-tape art, Victor is now working on his new mix-tape project called “Year of the Conqueror” which he plans to release in the very near future. He has music videos out, including “Successful” which is his first single of his new project. “Friends come and go but knowledge once absorbed becomes an eternal foundation on wish success is derived,” says Perdue. Contact Esz www.facebook.com/ESZMUSIC www.facebook.com/mrnaija82 www.reverbnation.com/nuhusslent www.reverbantion.com/eszakamrnaija www.twitter.com/nuhusslent www.twitter.com/eszakamrnaija

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