Cali's SilverTongue is EXPLODING onto todays new digital scene. With only a little over a year under his belt "professionally", he is already a top five ranked local artist in Las Vagas! Growing up on the streets of California's Bay Area as a less than fortunate "middle class" white American boy, one wouldn't expect that the more "Urban" hip-hop scene would be where he would spend most of his life. With Guns, Drugs, and all around trouble constantly circling over head, he managed to find not only solice and peace in music, but also a purpose. A meaning to life that seemed far too natural to ignor, however, as he grew and dealt with life and its responsibility's he decided to keep his passion for music to himself. Fortunately in 2017 at the age of 31 life again interveined and intrduced him to his soul mate, a best friend in life who also shared musics beckoning call. Here comes The WEST!
Las Vegas, Nevada has and will always be an enigmatic city. For many, the transient town serves as a either a signal of hope, or defeat and for a city who’s motto is “What happens in Vegas stays in Vegas?” a statement like that could haunt a local artist looking to make a big splash nationally. Despite facing these challenges, North Town native Big Homie Stone has been building quite the buzz behind him, amassing a huge local fan base behind last year’s debut album, PRMSLND, a promising freshman effort that saw Stone transition into a soulful, cohesive sound backed by his band, The Noir Movement. Garnering success that included placements on publications like RESPECT. Magazine, REVOLT TV, Vibe, DJ Booth, and BLUNTIQ, Kiari also completed his first tour in 2017.
Rapper Lil Skies was born in Waynesboro, Pennsylvania. Interested in music from his early childhood, Foose was recording and writing lyrics by the time he was 12, and eventually took on the Lil Skies moniker when he began taking his music more seriously. When he was enrolled in Shippensburg University, he dropped out to focus on music as his fan base grew exponentially. By this time he was performing regularly, even opening for rap sensations like Fetty Wap, among others. He released several singles and videos, notably "Signs of Jealousy," which caught the attention of Atlantic Records. The major label offered Lil Skies a deal in 2017, and his debut mixtape, Life of a Dark Rose, appeared near the end of the year. The set peaked at number ten on the Billboard 200. In 2018, he was joined by Yung Pinch on the Top 100 hit "I Know You" and Rich the Kid on "Creeping."