Rapper, producer and DJ from the US. Currently on the LA2thebay lable. Deeskee have released several albums and worked with underground crews like the Visionaries, The Shape Shifters and The Living Legends.
Oddjobs were a Minnesotan hip hop group formed around 1998 by Minneapolis MCs Advizer (Adam Waytz) and Crescent Moon (Alexei Casselle), and St. Paul producers/DJs Anatomy (Stephen Lewis) and Deetalx (Devon Callahan).
The roots of Project Blowed can be traced back to the Good Life Cafe, a Health Food Center in South Central Los Angeles, California. In December 1989 Promoted by owner B. Hall and her son R. Kain Blaze, the Good Life offered a workshop-like atmosphere for aspiring MCs, poets and musicians to hone their craft.
The Shape Shifters is a Los Angeles based underground collective of hip hop artists, currently consisting of AWOL One, Existereo, Die Young, Life Rexall, Akuma, Radioinactive, Circus, LA Jae, and DJ Rob One.
Roc 'C' is an Indie Gangsta Rapper from the Stones Throw label. He's a native of Oxnard, CA, the home of one of such rappers/producers Madlib, Oh No, and Wildchild. He was first introduced on the song "Move Pt. 2" by Oh No in 2004.
There are at least 2 Artists named Aamir:
1) Music is what feelings sound like. Walt Whitman wrote, “Whatever satisfies the soul is truth.” This resonates on many levels for people who love music. As for many of us, soul music has always been the compelling influence for Aamir. As a listener and a solo artist, the imprint of the culture is undeniable.
Lord Digga (born Reginald Ellis) is a rapper/producer from Brooklyn, New York / Opa-Locka, Florida, USA. Also known as Man Digga. Have a brother – rapper Sherod Khaalis (Sha Stimuli). Was member of group Masta Ace Incorporated.
"Eibol's got plenty to spare over 17 impressively consistent tracks. It doesn't hurt that he's a beast on the MPC, habitually coming hard with the drums and battering raw samples, akin to Blockhead in hip hop mode. His flow is relentless and brisk, broaching substance with resolve be it choosing art over commerce, asking questions or thinking twice.