Why we like Euroz: Not much is known about Euroz except one fact, this emcee goes in. He straight set the mic on fire for the track "Summer's Ours" that lead to him being featured on HeatSeekers. With a flow that satiate's the hardcore backpackers crowd, and beats that get the kids up in the club, this rapper is a force. Keep on the lookout for his The Foundation mixtape dropping this month. Like he says, you're a fan of Euroz, you just might not know it yet, but we certainly do.
I am Euroz. You're a Fan of mine, you just don't know it yet. I say this with a Humble heart. My Debut Mixtape "The Foundation" is dropping this month. All i ask is that you Don't Sleep.
Here's the track that landed him on Heat Seekers - Summer's Ours Feat. J. Dunn
Here's another track of his, this one is off his upcoming The Foundation mixtape, the track is called "I'm Good".
Why we like Toestah: It's no wonder he has over 250, 000 video views on Youtube, as this 22 year old talent teamed up with freestyle fanatic Jin. Toestah can lace a track with lyrics that go, and then drop a melodic hook. He is a talent seemingly tailor made for mass club appeal. Check out his upcoming mixtape DANGERZONE that will surely have you hitting repeat when one of his bangers comes on.
Toestah is a unsigned 22 year old Artist out of El Monte, CA. He will be dropping his ALL ORIGINAL MIXTAPE entitled: DANGERZONE.
Here's the track that landed him on Heat Seekers - Higher
Check out the video for "The Event"
Why we like Airway Musik: His track "Tic Toc" that got him featured on HeatSeekers has a club-friendly beat that claps, and this Cali rapper flows over it. Initially, Airway started off as a poet, and you can hear it in this lyricist's bars. This West Coaster's tracks play perfect in your whip on a hot Summer day, with beats that are accentuated by his banging rhymes. In the club, in your car, or in your headphones, Airway's music takes off.
Airway Musik born and raised Inglewood, California. People ask why I call myself Airway. I tell them there are so many rappers on the same path to make it in this rap game, it’s to the point that it’s hard for anyone to truly stand out. So I take the Airway… A path that few are on. My love for music has always been a part of me ever since I can remember. The R&B music of the 90′s is what got me started. I never thought about actually making music because I just love listening to it. As I got older I started to listen to a lot of hip hop and just raw rap. I started to listen to a lot of Nas’s older records and from that I was inspired to write poetry. At first I just kept it for myself, but half way through high school I became active and joined our def poetry club. The summer of 2007 before I started college I made the transition from poetry to song writer, which was something I always wanted to do but didn’t know if I could. But for the longest time I’ve heard that songs are only poems with a beat so I gave it a shot. Things were a bit shaky at first, but I soon learned the format and wrote plenty of good songs. I did that for about a year and a half and made another transition to become a rapper.
Here's the track that landed him on Heat Seekers - Tic Toc
Check out the video for "He Ain't Me" Feat. Tim Campbell
Why we like TrakBoss: What's not to like about TrakBoss? With a self-professed "Rockstar swag, popstar look" and "rapstar skill" to boot, this Chi-town native is poised for big things. His star has been rising since releasing the single "How It Go", and like a certain other Chicago hip hop legend, TrakBoss not only drops verses, but produces his own beats. He has a diverse collection of club-bangers that you could picture hearing in the heart of the mid West, in the South, or out on the left coast. Expect to see more of this upcoming talent in the near future.
“You do not choose your destiny. It chooses you.” For hip-hop artist & producer TrakBoss, that statement could not be any more true. Music chose TrakBoss. Born Christopher Lee Hartzol in Chicago, Illinois, TrakBoss knew that a career in the music industry was destined after performing and winning his high school’s talent show during his freshman year. Not wanting to follow the norm and record over commercial released instrumentals, he began creating his own original compositions, known as “beats”, using the popular digital audio workstation FL Studio. TrakBoss had discovered a new, astonishing talent in music production. He educated himself in basic music theory, enhanced his skills in sequencing midi instruments and synthesizers, and began to develop an “ear" that allowed him to properly mix and master his work. In 2007, TrakBoss was working on a track that was so inspiring that he found himself writing his very first solo song. Titled "How It Go", it was a Chicago street anthem that DJ Lil' John, former mix show DJ for Chicago’s Power 92 and WGCI, described as "one of the best Chicago songs" he's ever heard. TrakBoss released it via his myspace page and received great reviews from listeners around the world, gaining new fans that yearned for something fresh and original in hip-hop music. He followed up with "Swag On Ten", a more up-tempo, hypnotizing, club track with braggadocios lyrics, establishing more confidence and comfort in the vocal booth. TrakBoss realized he was planting the seeds for a successful career as a hip-hop artist, songwriter, and producer.
Here's the track that landed him on Heat Seekers - Act Like You Want It
Check out the official video for his track "So Impatient" Feat. Marcus Darc