Monday, April 16, 2012

On The Edge Presents: Champ Gavin

Champ Gavin, or better known as “Honcho”, has been seen and heard a lot lately on the underground scene. You might know him from the catchy singles “My Old Chick” and “City Hoe”, but now he is back again with an even bigger grind and larger fan base! To be honest, I wouldn’t be surprised if he’s beginning to be all you hear. “I’m here, and I ain’t going nowhere”, Champ stated in his latest video “I’m A Boss” – a remix to the hit single from the well-known artist Meek Mill of the Maybach Music Group label.
Champ made his first reappearance on the underground scene late 2011 with an earlier mix tape titled “The Appetizer”. The mix tape quickly gained more attention for the young artist, but with his grind hard mentality he didn’t stop there. Following up in March of 2012 he released the highly buzzed mix tape titled the “King Of Jacking”, a jacking’ for beats album that debuted online at Critics say this mix tape is to be the one to vividly define the lyrical ability and diverse style of the solo artist. It would be an understatement to say that Champ murdered each track on the tape, jacking beats like “Wild Boy”, “I’m On One”, and “I’m A Boss” all which have videos made.
When asked what did he want from the game, Champ Gavin responded seriously but with a little humor stating, “Respect and a Check”. He said he feels he has something to share with the world, him being that missing element of the rap game. The extremely talented artist originates from the city of Brownsville, TN (Haywood County) of which he reps faithfully and says he gets most of his motivation from. While being watched closely by a few recording labels, Champ is steadily working and has many projects on the way with “731 Game Time” being his next mix tape to be released the summer 2012. You can check out more of his music and videos at the following links.

Friday, April 6, 2012

On The Edge Presents: Crybaby G Angsta

Crybaby Gangsta's life is as normal as yours and mines except for of course some milestones that altered his perspective along the way; -His parents separated before he was born after his father decided to manage his financial commitments by becoming a pimp. -He became heavily involved in the drug trade and was raised in the streets living life in and out of jail. -He served 5.5 Years in the penit...entiary for attempted Bank Robbery.  -He met his dad for the first time in the penitentiary while serving time. From the moment he met his dad, Crybaby began to perfect his talent for writing music. He began to focus on developing himself mentally, physically and spiritually not just for himself but for his son because he realized that in order for his son to strive to be the best he must be the example. As you can hear from his music Crybaby has an amazing story. I guess he realized that once he got out of prison he was physically free and once he developed himself he became mentally free. However he must continue his ongoing quest to spread his testimony in hope to inspire others to be great as he travels his path to become spiritually free.

Wednesday, April 4, 2012

On the Edge Presents: Lil Jazzy The Model

 Lil Jazzy is a aspiring model, born and raised in Houston,Texas and is very hardworking & passionate about modeling. She would like to get to work with talented photographers, MUA's and models that think she would compliment them in a photo...please-NO NUDITY.

She is available for Paid work, AT THIS TIME, She only accepts such work from published photographers in exchange for tear sheets and only if the shoot will add diversity to her portfolio. Otherwise, please send her a message for her rates and we can establish a booking for you.

"If u want to book me, please be sure you have":
* References
* Website where I can view your work
* Paid Travel Outside of Houston,TX

Im Available For::
- Fashion
- Glamour
- Pin-Up
- Swimsuit
- Magazines

(Online &Print)
- Select Music Videos
 - Posters
- Implieds
- Calendars
- Catalogues
- Girl/Girl-Girl/Boy
- Fetish/Bondage
- Implied nude
- Music Video (depending on pay)
- Promotional
- Film/Commercial
- Flyers

On The Edge Presents: Bino C

In the territorial grounds of Cleveland, (Tha Ditch) Ohio, it’s a struggle for any talent to climb out. Giving the background on hip-hop there’s no question that the city has a deaf ear for music, but a young ambitious lyricist graduates and opens the door to success. With a voice that demands an audience attention as loud as the heart can chant, he voices his vocal instrument over the beat pattern to give his music an original foundation. Creating an energetic delivery handling bars that can direct him lyrically surpass hip-hop minors and remotely parallel to the greats, there is minimum he can’t do.
The smart young talent gathers attention embracing the work of performance and persistency. Working graciously to pull together four versatile artist and four unique producers, developing a sound of originality, this fusion would soon erupt the sundry group, The Hoodlum Bunch. In 2006-2007 The Hoodlum Bunch dropped a mix tape sending a message to all hip-hop heads and labels with just a three word title insinuating they mean business (Let Us In). Hosted by Cleveland’s own prominent DJ Mick Boogie and DJ G-Spot, they delivered and received with 22 songs. Weeks later the flagrant cover alone gathered an immense buzz. With nominations at The Ohio Hip-Hop Awards, and the social networks of the internet. Today,surrounding himself with a selection of experienced artist, asking questions, pursuing effective methods to build his plateau, and sponging information to smartly utilize its lengths navigates continuity. Accumulating friends and fans, building a team around business perimeters to franchise a brand around him, using connections to expand relationships with promoters, DJ’s, and producers for a collective branch to other opportunities are all avenues that could soon pave a merging lane of achievement.
Bravo, acclamation.

On The Edge Presents: Clee

There are two kinds of Rap/Hip-Hop artists working today. The first kind makes things happen while the other kind wonders, “what the hell just happened?” C.Lee is the first kind.

At only 23 years old, C.Lee has already established a respected name for himself in his hometown of Oak Ridge, TN., just outside of Knoxville.

“It’s where I live but I want to make the world my home.”, he says with an air of gentle arrogance.

 He also believes, as many industry insiders do, that his talent will be the ticket to manifesting such a grand vision.

C.Lee reached successful numbers with his first mixtape, “Can’t Knock Me Down”, reaching over 3,300 downloads. The mixtapes title portraying his fighting spirit through life.

“I like to work quickly.”, he says of his efficient studio process. Then adds,
“Taking on new projects and accomplishing new goals everyday keeps me focused and dedicated, being lazy is being weak, I want to do better then the next man and I want to do it quicker.”

Showing his need to work quickly and efficiently C.Lee turned a thirty hour studio session into his mixtape titled “Not Another Mixtape”. “With this one i felt like i found my true self has an artist. It was spare of the moment, but i pushed back my big tape so i wanted to give my fans something.” That something turned out to be ten songs delivered completely off the top of his head.

C.Lee is currently working on releasing his new mixtape ,”Its Cleen”. “With this one I want to show people who i really am, what I’m really bringing to the table, I already set the bar high with my first two mixtapes. I feel like I’ve stepped up my word play and I’m coming with a lot better delivery, I’m hoping to double if not triple the downloads”, he states. With hit single “Break It Down” Featuring Mr.Mack and Mac Sosa already spinning in the clubs and its video dropping, he is looking to accomplish that and much more.

 When asked about his childhood, C.Lee sites Coolio’s, ‘Gangster’s Paradise’ among his earliest rap influences and becomes animated when he reminisces about it.

“I was eight years old and I would listen to (‘Paradise’) non-stop. I believe that was my awakening to my own flow.”

“Cleen” is also quick to include maverick rapper, Eminem as a central force in his own creative life.

“Eminem proved, in no uncertain terms, that a white kid could rap for real. He helped dissolve a lot of stereotypes and the fact that Dre stands so strongly behind ‘Em’, well I think that speaks very loudly to fans and haters alike.”
C.Lee is excited about his work on “Its Cleen” and he’s confident the current support will play a key role in his future.

 “I’m for real and I can’t wait to show it in new cities to new people. I bring a lot to the table and will show it flat out. I love to perform more than anything and people always respond when they know you’re giving them something real.”

So it seems that C.Lee is poised to take it to the people, to keep it real and melt faces.

Tuesday, April 3, 2012

On The Edge Presents: Model Sonya Renee

Model Sonya Renee is from Nashville, TN she has been modeling for three years and currently taking on her city by storming through the camera lenses of some of the best Photographers Nashville has to offer. A gorgeous site to the eyes this young lady is destined to be the next big name in the entertainment industry. Watch out world here she comes and you will not be disappointed.
Spokesmodel for Crucial Customs. Published in 10+magazines Booking info

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Sunday, April 1, 2012

On The Edge Presents: Goddess Naive