Cadillac Muzik is a hip hop/r&b, and pop/funk music group that write and produce all of their music in house. It is also an independent record label that also supports other upcoming local artists and youth striving for success.
The group started in 2005 consist of 2 main artists’, Scott and Moses, and also a band, with a bass guitarist and a drummer.
The purpose of Cadillac Muzik is to bring the modern day music back to its roots, by creating a unique sound that is new, but has morals and an old school twist to it. All Cadillac Muzik is produced, composed, and performed by Cadillac music themselves.
Pensacola, Florida native son O.D. has got to be one of the
brightest rays of independent Hip-Hop to glimmer and gleam from the Sunshine State today.
With countless hit singles under his belt, the emerging and much talented Rap renegade is excited
to release his eagerly awaited and media praised new runaway single, “Got Me Feenin”. The Boss
Status Music flagship artist has been continually holding Florida captive.
O.D., born Oderious Merritt, is set to give the rest of the world a dose of the radiant rays that our
backyards have been soaking up for months with the official single, “Got Me Feenin”, set to be
released this summer.
Atop mid-tempo, banging production of hypnotic synthesizers and a throbbing bass track, O.D.
stunts like there’s no tomorrow.
Inspired by urban heavyweights such as Lil Wayne, Kendrick Lamar, and Rick Ross, O.D.
understands their formula of success and is ready to go for the Hip-Hop throne himself. His
unique combination of being a versatile lyricist and the rough street mentality he represents with
block burning beats is what makes O.D. so special.
O.D. is sure to keep his name ringing throughout the southern hemisphere with his electrifying
and scorching single, “Got Me Feenin”. Refusing to slow down from his increasing momentum,
O.D. is ready to change the game with his epic rap style so watch out for the next superstar in the
Big june is a Charismatic MC from Alabama, who sits at the helm of the Flatline Entertainment. Moreover, Big June has rolled out one of the biggest hit records in years with his blazin’ single, “I’ma Make It Rain”. The song is a critical success and its receiving a great amount of attention from notable commercial radio stations around the country.
“I’ma Make It Rain” is a certified hit and it has been featured on such prestigious Hip-Hop destinations as AllHipHop and Mic Bully.
Big June’s steadfast dedication and drive has resulted into a solid and growing fan base in his home State of Alabama and beyond.
One listen to Big June’s music and it’s evident that this gifted MC is destined for greatness. From his polished yet practical lyricism to his bass-booming production, the rapper shows off a complete package of artistry.
Big June has been influenced by such great artists as T.I., Lil Wayne, 50 Cent and Tupac.
His unique selling proposition is that he actually lived the life he raps about and he has survived many life threatening situations. His music incorporates an element of realism and rawness that is authentic and seldom seen on today’s musical landscape.
Big June has developed his talent amidst many obstacles. But, over the years, he has beaten the odds and mapped out a plan for success.
Grustle Gang /Hands On proudly presents South Carolinas own Ca$ino Roulette. After being homeless at the age of ten and eleven this artist knows what it means to go all out! At the age of twelve Ca$ino became infatuated with what would become the most notarized music of the twenty first century. After writing and reciting his first rhyme Ca$ino began to base his lyrics off of real life situations and circumstances instead of fantasies. Now after thirteen years of planning and preparation the day has finally come for the world to know Ca$ino Roulette! Delivering hardcore bars for the streets giving us a vision of struggling, being locked up and going all out to make it happen this artist is destined for stardom!
Song titled: MayDay
Producer name: Frenzy beats
This is the first single off the No Expiration Date mixtape which will be dropping 1/13/15.
Born Frank Starks in Ft. Myers, Fla., Frank has been fighting to survive the wretched city streets
of “Lil Pakistan” for the vast majority of his life. Hustling since he was a youngster, he was
constantly in and out of trouble and spent his adolescent years revolving through juvenile
His life began to change, however, when he began making homemade rap tapes with friends.
He adopted his stage name “Lini” to pay homage to his native Lee County.
“When I first started rapping, it was a way for me to channel all of my frustrations into music,”
Lini remembers. “It was so easy because I just let that voice inside of me speak.”
While recording his debut album I’m All In in the summer of 2006, he was arrested and began a three-year legal battle which resulted in jail time and probation. Although that run-in with the law was a major setback, it also provided him with an opportunity to reach even deeper into the streets and even further solidify a strong fan base in Florida.
The album was released in December 2007 on independent label Tohilh Music Group and quickly became the streets’ Bible. Frank’s gritty delivery and pain-filled lyrics on runaway singles such as “I Ain’t Friendly” and “I’m All In” prompted the streets to rally around him as unofficial govenor of Ft. Myers.
By the time of the follow-up album Green Light dropped, Frank gained the attention of industry artist and tastemakers like
Tony Neal (CORE DJs)
Bigga Rankin (vice president of CTE, Cool Runnings DJs)
Rick Ross (Mayback/ Def Jam artist).
Akon (Konvict Music South)
Frank was nominated by Hood
magazine as the 2007 Underground Album of the Year and secured a feature appearance on Maybach Music Group
Triple Cs 2009 album Custom Cars & Cycles on single “Throw Em In the Sky,” which was also
featured on AllHipHop.com. He was also selected to be featured in Ozone magazine’s Patiently
Waiting section and received a Duval Diamond Award for his relentless grind.
Now, Frank Lini is back like he never left. He has been steadily gaining new fans and keeping the streets duly satisfied. And he
is sure to make his presence with his forthcoming mixtape
Hoodstar this year.
“My ultimate goal is to take over this rap game,” says Lini. “I won’t follow the beaten path. I’m a trailblazer so instead of following anybody, I choose to hold out and wait for the world to catch up to what I’m doing down here in Florida. Better opportunities are on the horizon.”