Representing the DMV area, Black Sun is Ruff Rhyme Records' premiere MC & member of Tha Boogeymen. Black Sun began his music career as J-Fine, a member of the rap trio A.M.B. (After Midnight Boyz) in 1992. In the late 90s, he went solo and changed his name to Black Sun and met with fellow local lyricist Slimm Goines. The two MCs collaborated on the track "Real MC Love" on Mr.Goines' debut EP "Notes From The Scribe" and then began doing shows together. Black Sun signed with the independent label Ruff Rhyme Records and released his long awaited debut album, "Full Eclipse" in 2009. Black Sun was quickly becoming one of the brightest and fastest rising stars in the D.M.V. Area's growing independent and underground Hip-Hop/Rap scene through word of mouth.
Dee Rich has been in the D.M.V. (Washington DC, Maryland and Virginia area) rap scene off and on since the early 90s working his craft. He has an consistent flow and delivery that sets him apart from most of the competition in his area. Unique and focused, Dee Rich caters to his audience in what he calls "Simplicity Rap", simple and meaningful rhymes without any gimmicks like major label artists of the past. Dee hails from the infamous Ruff Rhyme Records/Blakline Cinema Music camp who are undoubtedly the most influential entertainment company of the D.M.V. This Hip-Hop General has overcome every obstacle set in his path even the ones he created for himself in the pass, through bad judgment. Be on the look out for the "Mr. Richardson" mix-tape and The highly anticipated CD "Minority Report"