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Whether it's in fictional dramas like The Wire or real life news coverage from CNN, the city of Baltimore, Maryland is usually shown to be overcast with clouds of gloom. But now, those clouds may finally have a silver lining. Or better yet, a golden one.
Known as the crab capital of the world, Goldie faced crabs in a figurative sense as he struggled to get out of the barrel that is Baltimore's West side. Witnessing first hand the ills of drugs, poverty and even seeing people die right in front of him, Goldie decided at a young age that he wanted his story to be different.
"The struggle was my motivation to do better," says the rapper who learned much of his discipline from boxing in his spare time. "I want to be somewhere in life."
Rapping since the age of four, Young Goldie realized that music could be his ticket out of the 'hood when he met fellow Baltimore-natives singer/songwriter Mario and rapper King Los. Hearing encouraging words from artists who emerged from the same streets he was looking to escape from motivated him to follow in their footsteps and eventually leave his own.
"After meeting them, I started making my own videos, flyers and throwing parties to promote myself and my music," he says. "No one helped me but my mother."
His mother's helping hand led to his music catching the ear of music industry veteran Tony Austin. After she played some music for Austin, a former Def Jam A&R, who has made it his priority to grow Baltimore's presence in Hip Hop, he jumped at the chance to sign Goldie to his Austin Music Group imprint.
"He has that 'it' factor," says Austin who has worked with the likes of DMX and Russell Simmons. "When I seen the kid, I knew he was superstar. I feel like Quincy Jones when he discovered Michael Jackson. I feel like this kid is amazing. We haven't seen an artist do what he does in a very long time."
AustinMusicGroup, BreezySays, CRDJS, Checks, CoreDjs, PromoVatican, Single, TeamBiggaRankin, TonyNeal, YoungGoldie Citing Meek Mill and Chris Brown as some of his main influences, Goldie offers a combination of reality rap and charisma that has seen him featured on Hotnewhiphop.com and CNN. His current single "No Problems" is rapidly becoming a city-wide anthem that has him on his way to becoming everything that his name represents.
"The name comes from kingdom thinking," he says. "I think I'm the best at what I do."
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Core Djs introduces emerging artist "V.A.I.N"
Emerging Hip – Hop artist, V.A.I.N. did not miss a beat as he grew up with the intimate musical influences of his parents who were both members of bands back in the 80’s. V.A.I.N. recalls as a kid, his mother would make him perform Slick Rick songs at all family functions. After graduating high school in Queens, New York where V.A.I.N. was born and raised, he began working full time while continuing to aggressively pursue his music career.
In 2004, V.A.I.N’s father passed away and due to the loss, he channeled and refocused his energy into his music and has since been aggressively pursuing his musical career. Inspired heavily by Hip-Hop music of the late 80’s and 90’s, V.A.I.N. admires artists such as NAS, Mobb Deep, Nature, and A Tribe Called Quest. In order to master his craft as a well-rounded artist, V.A.I.N. extensively immersed himself into developing his craft by listening to diverse records and pushing the envelope as an innovative writer. V.A.I.N. has mastered the lyrical balance of lethal fierce word play, witty social commentary, and poetic story telling. As he recollects, “eventually, I got nice and my first record touched radio in 2005. It was a joint called, ’Toss Da Paper’.” Describing his own
Checkout V.A.I.N's latest track "Bottles In The Air" and bonus track "Ain't No Nigga Like Me"
Checkout V.A.I.N.'s "Money On My Mind" video
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Sunday, July 19, 2015
Six9 is a South Carolina native who has been rapping frequently throughout his life. In and out of jail and prison Six9 finally made his mind up to pursue his music career. When asked whats harder to accomplish music or hustling , he said music. "This is one of the roughest grinds I have ever faced in my life" , he replied. His collaboration with Lil Wayne is one of his biggest accomplishments and dreams in the making.
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