Joyner Lucas (Formerly Future Joyner) is a creative explosion of wit, passion, and lyricism. In 2007 Joyner made his debut on the mixtape “Workprint: The Greatest Mixtape of All Time” alongside producer Cyrus tha Great, Sheen Philips, and Dj Prince as 1/3 of the “Film Skool Rejekts”. This project created waves in underground hip hop circles popping up on major blog sites such as hiphopdx.com & 2dopeboyz.com. A few years later Joyner hit the world with his 2011 solo debut “Listen 2 Me” (free for download at futurejoyner.bandcamp.com) which was well received by a steadily growing fan base. Since then Joyner has won an Alchemist sponsored rap competition (hiphopdx.com 2012), dropped visuals in support of “Listen 2 Me”, and created several stand alone music videos to hold fans over.
Born and raised in Asbury Park, New Jersey. Being the oldest of four to a single mother is never easy. Doing it while living in the not so nicest of neighborhoods makes it even harder and could force anyone to squander their time away with some either trivial or criminal acts to survive but Jean chose none of the most obvious options and walked down a more rhythmic path. Being a military brat, he and his family moved constantly but Jean focused all his attention on his music and eventually moved to Atlanta to attend Morehouse College. He has garnered major attention by the songs he's released online and winning rap battles all over the country. Following the success of his first single Weed & Memories, he is currently in the studio recording his first EP.
Swell is a producer and singer-songwriter from Melbourne, Australia. After releasing his first EP, there’s still us, in early 2016, the 18 year-old has garnered international attention. USA today’s For The Win highlighted the EP’s standout, “i’m sorry (feat. Shiloh),” for their “10 best songs of the week” segment as the song went on to be streamed over 43 million times across Spotify, YouTube, and Soundcloud. Riding off of there’s still us, Swell subsequently released his Fader-premiered “Forgive Me,” produced an official remix to Banks’ “Gemini Feed”, Big Words’ 2018 single, “Slow Dance,” and Verzache’s “Waiting For You,” which has over 16 million Spotify streams. Future plans include an official debut album as well as a departure from Australia to perform in the US and Asia.