Ginga R3ll has played with the likes of Krewella, Flosstradamus, Zomboy, Ookay, Nightmare, Snails, Ghastly, Lookas and Yellow Claw. Ginga R3ll was fortunate to play B2B sets with SMLE, Stooki sound and Botnek at Steve Aokis Haunted Hotel. He is always searching for the next big opportunity. Catch Ginga R3ll spinning some of the hardest bass around Florida and make sure to be ready to head bang. For Booking Click Here.
Ed Robinson is a musical veteran and icon with a strong and deeply rooted musical background. With music as a priority and driving force in his life, the singer injects his brilliant musicality into every aspect of his life. Robinson began his musical career as a drummer in a school band and showed signs from a very early on of his intense musical talent. Over the years he found himself becoming a key player in many genres of music, including Reggae, Rock, Soul, Hip Hop and R&B. For Booking Click Here.
Jaz-O has been a mainstay in the music industry for over 30 years. Marcy Houses, Brooklyn, born and raised, Jaz-O has initiated the careers of Jay-Z, Irv Gotti, Sauce Money, The Lox, Chad Elliot, and Memphis Bleek to name a few. In 1989, Jaz-O blasted onto the mainstream media with his debut single, “Hawaiian Sophie”. Along with the debut feature on The O’Jays number one single, “Have You Had Your Love Today?”, Jaz-O was the first ever rap artist signed to EMI Records.
After taking a hiatus in 1992, Jaz-O re-emerged in 1996 producing the Jay-Z classic “Ain’t No Nigga”. Jaz-O continued his string of production classics for Jay-Z including “In My Lifetime – The Big Jaz Remix”, “Rap Game-Crack Game”, and featured on Jay-Z cuts “Bring It On” and “Nigga Who? Nigga What?” Jaz-O is also a gifted music producer, lending his highly sought – after talents, producing the demo which landed The Lox their deal with Bad Boy. Jaz-O has arranged for the likes of Puffy, Rakim, M.O.P., Foxy Brown, Queen Latifah, Kool G Rap and numerous others. For Booking Click Here
Out of Auburn, California Zayle has been growing up in the underground scene with his songs that mix future bass and trap in a combination he calls Flower Bass. Straight out of high school Zayle’s first show was SXSW which he then followed with his release of the TOKYO EP through The 808 Arcade. Since then Zayle has been reclusive and the only way we have gotten to know him was through his Mirror in Music. Full of energy and talent, Zale is ready to step out of the shadows and reveal himself. For Booking Click Here.