FettyWap is a Paterson, New Jersey Native, and a “Trap&B” Pioneer. Known for hits like “Trap Queen” and “My Way”, FettyWap uses his wobbly vocals in catchy melodies over trap beats to create a sound all his own. Having seemingly endless features with artists such as Fifth Harmony, Lil Dicky and David Guetta, FettyWap continuously makes his presence felt throughout various genres of music. FettyWap’s ultimate goal is to help his New Jersey community thrive and rise above it’s hardships.


A$AP Ferg hails from Hamilton Heights in Harlem, New York. This member of the A$AP Mob, whole heartedly believes in the groups mantra “Always Strive and Prosper”. From painting, to fashion design to music, A$AP Ferghas the spirit and mind of a hustler and the belief that success is the only option. A$AP Ferg’s most notable commercial single, “Work”, was named one of Complex’s “50 best songs of 2012” A$AP Ferg has learned to be independent and ultimately plans to go straight to the top.


Aaron Carter was born in Tampa, Florida but did not stay there long. He emerged as a child superstar just 7 years later. The younger sibling of the Backstreet Boys’ Nick Carter, Aaron Carter quickly became a 90’s teen favorite with appearances on Nickelodeon, a single on the Pokémon: The First Movie soundtrack and a spot on tour with The Backstreet Boys and Britney Spears. His growing popularity among young audiences propelled his third album, “Aaron’s Party (Come Get It)”, and set the stage for his career. Aaron Carter has not had an easy road from child stardom to now but his perseverance has made him a strong and unapologetic voice for a whole new generation.


Aminé comes from Portland, Oregon and has quickly climbed the charts with his very infectious debut single, “Caroline”. The music video currently holds nearly 143 million views on Youtube and was self-directed and self-styled by the 23-year old mastermind. Aminé’s playful sound and colorful verses have helped him create his own lane inthe hip-hop genre, which typically consists of darker or more serious sounds. Having a love of film and fashion alike, Aminé does not want to be confined to just one art form.


Ashanti is a proud native of Glen Cove, Long Island who emerged in 2002 as the first lady of Murder, Inc. and as one of the most notable female artists. With her hit single “Foolish” and highly acclaimed, self-titled debut album, Ashanti went on to win a Grammy for best Contemporary R&B album among many other awards such as American Music Awards, Soul Train Awards and Teen choice Awards to name a few. Ashanti is also an author and an actress who starred in the film “Coach Carter" and more recently earned herself a lead role on the Lifetime television series, “Army Wives”. Ashanti is a multifaceted artist who has proven she can conquer anything and is sure to continue wowing her fans and appealing to new generations of fans throughout 2017 and beyond.


Kyle is an American rapper from Ventura, California. He is signed to Indie-Pop and Atlantic Records. He is best known for his breakout single "iSpy", featuring American rapper Lil Yachty. Kyle's work group, "The SuperDuper Crew" consist of members such as Brick, Jesus, and Max. Kyle has collaborated with artists such as Kehlani, Lil Yachty, G-Eazy and Chance the Rapper, among others. Some of his popular songs include "iSpy", "Keep It Real", "Doubt It" and "King Wavy", released in 2015 and 2016, respectively. In 2015, Rolling Stone named him as "one of the ten artists you need to know.