Super writer OneInthe4Rest is gearing up to drop more music as an artist instead of being the ghost writer behind current multiple chart topping superstars. First installment of 4rest new music is a catching R&B ballad called “Waiting” where 4rest flips the Faith Evan hit single “Soon As I Get Home.”
The Kansas artist spent years working as a songwriter, working on tracks for artists Nicki Minaj, French Montana, Big Sean, Tyga & more.
Be on the look for a lot of major records coming from 4rest in the near future! Let us know your thoughts below.
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Stream “Do You Understand”
DMV rapper Q Da Fool drops his new “100 Keys” EP. The project is 8 tracks and is executively produced by Zaytoven.
Noah Da Don is back and ready to make his mark with his highly anticipated new mixtape “Ricardo’s Way 2”. The brand new mixtape follows up “HUH!”, his previous smash hit and video.
Making moves off vibes and big on “going with his gut”, Noah Da Don, born in Washington, D.C. NW is the next “Nod Worthy” artist to emerge out of the DMV. His most recent mixtape was dropped by DJ Self, Noah Da Don, explains, “People were calling me. DJ’s were telling me this was the one”. Checking the numbers, he watched his latest hustler’s anthem quickly jumped to a staggering amount of downloads, becoming one of the hottest new singles to drop. After releasing his last video, Noah claimed the ears of a more diverse fan base, creatively building his visual platform on MTV and Revolt.
Keep your eyes and ears open for performances by Noah Da Don in your city. Noah just signed a deal with Ghazi’s EMPIRE for distribution. With the release of “Ricardo’s Way 2”, Noah firmly claims his spot as the new king of the DMV.
Prezzy Supreme aka Stillz was born in the South Bronx. When he was in high school Damon Dash would give him advice about the music industry and also critiqued his mixtapes. Despite growing up in the projects, his insight made him value education and improving himself. He decided to pursue a degree at Hampton University in Virginia and traveled around the country and cultivated his passion for music by collaborating and working with different artists and producers from ATL, Cali, Miami and Houston.
In his early twenties, Prezzy Supreme lost two of his best friends, one to a drug overdose, the other was murdered in a robbery. Surprisingly, Prezzy’s music became more melodic and upbeat amplifying his focus on positive energy and good vibes. His new single “Too Late” is set to be released in August of 2018. When he is on stage the audience can expect a high octane-fueled performance where he energizes the crowd and commands their full attention.
Most recently, Supreme opened for Rich The Kid in NYC. He landed a direct support slot on a few of the coveted The Diplomats: Dipset Forever 2018 summer tour dates. Prezzy Supreme also did a stand out performance at the Global Dance Festival in Denver, CO. Once heard, his lyrics will echo in your mind like his name is not to be forgotten.