Hip-Hop has come a long way over the last two decades. From it’s dancable, rhythm-centric origins to gangster rap, hip-pop, and even ‘frat rap’, Hip-Hop has evolved to become as fragmented as rock with just as many genres and subgenres. We are very proud to be representing some incredibly talented hip-hop artists, all of whom have their own unique sound, style and vision of what ‘true’ hip-hop is – they run the spectrum for sure!
Each artist is available for interview and/ or review.
If you are interested, please contact our Publicity Director Jon Ostrow at email@example.com!
Genre: Hip-Hop, Indie-Pop
Cleveland-based hip-hop artist Nicholas Wonder combines the pop sensibility of Asher Roth with the artistic vision of B.O.B. His new EP, The Heartbreak Avenger, and the double video for the singles ‘The Breakup Song’ and ‘Pretty Girl’ (one video seamlessly featuring two songs) are available now.
Genre: Hip-Hop, Rock-Rap
Formed by guitarist Paul-Anthony Surdi and bassist Vince “VFerg” Ferguson, Stereo Crowd combines the physical connection of hip-hop, with the emotional connection of rock in the vain of N.E.R.D meets Blackroc. In April 2011 Stereo Crowd opened for world-renowned mashup guru Girl Talk, and made their television debut on NBC New York’s “All Night with Joey Reynolds”. Their first mixtape, Unscripted Elixer Part 1, is available as a sponsored download on Datpiff, meanwhile their debut self-titled debut album is being released today!
Genre: Hip-Hop, Club RapBorn in Prince George, VA, Trew grew up listening to an array of musical genres of different eras. Visits to his grandparents in Mt. Vernon New York during his childhood influenced him heavily. Here he was surrounded by music, lyrics, fashion, and various cultures that helped to create his own hybrid style of entertainment. of recent, Trew has written songs for soundtracks for Sony Motion Pictures and toured with rock band “Kid is Qual”, as well as Pop-Rock bands “The Audition” “Valencia” and “Promise of Redemption”.
Genre: Hip-Hop, Alternative Rap
Originating in the socially sterile environment of the front range of Colorado, Wandering Monks is hip-hop duo consisting of rapper/producer McAD and his emcee partner Linguistory that falls somewhere between Blackstar and Michael Franti and Spearhead. The duo, who came together in 2009, has focused their efforts on conscious, underground hip-hop and recently released their self-titled debut album.