Hip-Hop

Max Glazer

Max Glazer has represented New York City touring the world DJing parties for superstars like Naomi Campbell, Puff Daddy, Missy Elliott, 50 Cent, Branford Marsalis, and Jay Z, to name just a few. Separate from the glamorous celebrity parties he was known for, Max was always cultivating his interest and love for reggae, dancehall, and …

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Scotty Hard

In the summer of 1988, Scotty Hard, a native of Vancouver, Canada, heard the first rebellious wails of saxophone on P.E.’s “Rebel Without A Pause,” permanently altering his destiny. After a 10 year engagement with the punk and alternative scene in Vancouver, Scotty packed his bags and moved to New York City determined to participate …

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High Priest

HPrizm is known for “Evoking images of Sun Ra and Afrika Bambatta at once (Jesse Sewer XL8R magazine).

JPrizm

THE ARTIST JPRiZM is an artist…A rhythmic novelist, inspired by an eclectic mix of musical influences. His sound is Pop | EDM | Hip Hop. The genre bending,JPRiZM epitomizes the no boundaries soundtrack of his generation; incorporating synthetic vibes of virtual worlds fused with bump worthy beats of modernity. Lyrically witty and not tethered to convention, …

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Raz Mesinai

Raz Mesinai’s unique methods in producing and teaching has made him one of New York’s most in demand teachers of music production today. Raz began experimenting with cassettes and sampling at the age of 10, and at 14, was discovered by legendary musician Juma Sultan, a multi instrumentalist who collaborated with Jimi Hendrix and worked …

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Ray Archie

Ray Archie

Ray Archie is the CEO and co-Founder of MixLuv, Inc. is infinitely the musicians advocate. It comes from the heart as Ray is also a musician who plays cello, bass, & piano and has performed internationally with Leonard Bernstein, Michael Tilson-Thomas, LSO, SF Symphony orchestra, & many others.  Ray crosses the boundaries of classical, jazz, …

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Down Low Connection

The Boston Hip-Hop scene of the 1990s was a microcosm of the “Hip-Hop Generation” – Rooted in the Black community, The DLC was a multicultural intersectional community that protested structural inequality, posed timeless questions of philosophy & religion, & promoted abstract poetry as high art.

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