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Campaigne

Campaigne

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My name is Camryn Jackson. I was born and raised in Lansing, MI but recently moved to Detroit, MI after graduating college at the University of Michigan on a wrestling scholarship. I’ve always wanted to rap starting as a child influenced by ‘Lil Bow Wow’ but decided to produce because I couldn’t afford recording equipment. When I got to college I began recording in one of the schools facilities called the v-room with a kid in the business school who engineered my music named Brandon Canniff. My junior year I took a rent check and invested it into my recording equipment. I learned how to engineer on my own and a class I took; before I knew it I had two mixtapes behind me. Now I am here working on my 4th mixtape with my remix to “Facts” being the first single off of it.

$cottie Pimpin'

$cottie Pimpin'

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$cottie Pimpin' is an artist from the east side of Harlem currently attending the University of Michigan. He is under 33 Flavors Ent.

Checkout his latest project here: https://soundcloud.com/blacbillclinton/sets/pimpin-aint-easy

The Scholar Rapper

The Scholar Rapper

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My goal is to become a doctor and a rapper and i want to be the first to do it well! My style of music is very lyrical based and i like to come up with extreme metaphors that make the listeners want to come back for more! you might also know me from the time Coach Harbaugh retweeted my tweet. That tweet since featured on ESPN.

Felix Lee

Felix Lee

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I'm an 19 year old rapper from Seoul that loves making music. Now I live in Ann Arbor. My side hobby is being an engineering student. I have a versatile rapping style but I enjoy jazz-hop. I also like to write songs. My singing voice isn't as beautiful as I'd like it to be, but that's okay because I still love myself. I will also be in a kick-ass neo soul hip-hop funk band next year with a transferring friend. Just remember my name, you'll be hearing it a lot more often in the upcoming years.