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AllHipHop.com CMJ Showcase: Breeding Ground

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AllHipHop.com presents 
CMJ Showcase: Breeding Ground 




Troy Ave

Troy Ave

Despite much of his fame residing in the hood, Crown Heights native Troy Ave aspires to move far beyond that with aspirations of signing to a major label and becoming New York's version of Young Jeezy.  Troy Ave is currently coming off the recent release of Bricks In My Backpack 3: The Harry Powder Trilogy, following Bricks In My Backpack 2: Powder To The People.  With Troy Ave's hard hitting NY street style laced with writing tailor made for beats, he's definitely an NY spitter to look for.

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Tone Trump

Tone Trump

Tone Trump truly epitomizes the "City of Brotherly Love." Not only a burgeoning hip hop artist, Trump is a devoted community activist championing non-violence and an entrepreneur having formed Top Notch Inc., a music, entertainment, and media company. 

Tone Trump has opened for top names in the business such as 50 Cent and Lil Wayne, Trump ended 2009 in a big way with the release of his debut album Trump Life.  In 2010,  Trump co-hosted "Philly Day" on MTV Jams, bringing MTV to West Philly. Shortly after, his single "Wifey" made its video debut on MTV Jams. Trump also took home the 2010 UMA (Underground Music Award) for "Most Exciting Artist of the Year". Trump followed with the release of his street album WorldStar Tony hosted by DJ Kay Slay.

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Nitty Scott MC

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Nitty Scott, MC one of the few women creating her own lane in progressive hip-hop today. This new school fly girl is most certainly from around-the-way and isn’t afraid to get down in the cypher. “Born in Michigan, made in Florida, paid in New York,” Nitty Scott, MC is currently launching an independent music movement known as The Boombox Family, which focuses on organic and message-driven hip-hop. 

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Sonnie Carson

Sonny Carson

 

In 2005, during his very first live performance on the Source Tour, Sonnie began his essence of stardom performing on tour with Hip Hop greats such as Nappy Roots, Akon, Memphis Bleek and Black Moon.

Recently, Sonnie signed to Scream Entertainment, where Sonnie has worked with famed producers such as Buckwild, D.R. Period, Kwame, and Neo Da Matrix.  In 2011, Sonnie released The Leak mixtape followed by Flight#2012 hosted by Don Cannon.  Sonnnie Carson has garnered attention as of late from collabs with the Dipset capo himself, Jim Jones, on "We Own The Night" and MOP's Billy Danze on "Hood".

 


   

 

Bueller Da Don

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Bueller Da Don Bueller Da Don was born Marc Thompson on the South Side of Chicago in the mid-1980s. 
After recording with super-producer Traxx Trigga, he released his mixtape, Cool As Bueller. The mixtape, an instant classic in and around his neighborhood, was based off of Bueller's swaggy flow and melodic Soul samples.  Soon after his mixtape was released, Bueller relocated back to Chicago to gain more exposure; while there, he had several songs in rotation on WGCI Radio. Ten months later, Bueller returned back to New Jersey to begin recording his current release, Baggage Claim, which can be purchased on iTunes and at various music distributors.

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Boldy James

Boldy James

Boldy James hails from Detroit and has always carried a love for three things-- music, his block, and his family.  Boldy ‘s love affair started out when he became a young DJ for his friends and rapping became second nature for Boldy when he started.   Boldy’s abundant affection for the streets is shown in his debut mixtape Trapper’s Alley: Pro’s and Con’s.  His most recent mixtape, Consignment: Favor for a Favor release premiered exclusively on The Fader.

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Mr. Mecca

Mr Mecca

Mr. Mecca is a former battle rapper straight out of Jamaica, Queens.  Mr. Mecca is tied (albeit unexpectedly) to Saigon's Abandoned Nation organization as well as QN5 record label.  The emcee boasts a catalog of music that runs the gamut from braggadocios battle raps to witty metaphors
.  Mr. Mecca's sharp wordplay and poetic nature and powerful presence make for an ideal live stage performance.

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Sneakerbox Chock

SneakerBox

Sneakerbox Chock, a rapper from Camden, New Jersey, has used music to get through tough times.  And it’s been those tough times, together with many other life experiences, that have served to nourish his musical creations. Sneakerbox Chock recently collaborate with Bueller Da Don for their brand new release.
 




Rugz D. Bewler


Rugz D. Bewler

Rugz D. Bewler
is a Harlem native, one that carries on the rich tradition of flourishing talent and influencing the landscape of popular culture. Rugz D. Bewler got his start after previewing a few songs for Jim Jones, causing a call to Dame Dash on behalf of the newcomer.  This ultimately lead to a visit to Dash's DD172 establishment, where the upstart emcee met notable producer Ski Beatz. This is how “Super Bad,” subsequently placed on Ski Beatz’s 24 Hour Karate School compilation album, came to be.

D. Bewler released his debut project, Bewler’s Day Off (March 2010), earning favorable responses from fans. While Bewler’s Day Off got the attention of some individuals, Rugz D. Bewler set out to gain more recognition with the release of his second project, Save Bewler: The Memoirs of Muhammad Mc’Fly (October 2010).
Not the type of artist to rest on his laurels, Rugz D. Bewler followed up with the romantic, specialty project All I Need Is 20: The Lover's Rock Edition.