St. Laz is one of Brooklyn’s hottest rising artists in the hip-hop industry. Conquering the mixtape scene in New York City averaging a hundred mixtapes a year with exclusive appearances of songs with Joel Ortiz (Aftermath), A-Mafia (Diplomats), Agallah (Purple City), Sean Price (Duck Down) and murders this new track with NYCE. When commenting on the recording process for “Fire Arm” producer Shawneci said “The whole concept came from St.Laz, DJ Diggz and NYCE, they was the real masterminds- its a honor to work with cats bringin heat of that calibur”
NYCE is one of the newest artists signed with G-Unit Records alongside new artists Young Hot Rod, Mazaradi Fox and West Coast comrades 40 Glocc, Spyder-Loc and Gail Gotti. NYCE has appeared on songs with Mobb Deep & the entire G-Unit camp. His songs featured on CD’s by DJ Whoo Kid, Big Mike, DJ Scarface(what up playa) and more, and has exclusive production from Havoc and the Alchemist.
Yago Mo’Nique has drawn attention for her inimitable look, her exotic features, and sultry style. Setting ablaze such publications as Seventeen Magazine, Hype Hair, Focused Digitize, and i- Flow Magazine has brought her name Yago Mo’Nique to the red carpet. Hosting the 25Th Anniversary “International Reggae & World Music Awards” . Yago has brought her charisma to the small screen for Hip Hop Secrets TV, Jump Off TV, MTV, and has made a guest appearance on the Hottest Daytime talk show “Tyra Banks”.
Currently she is the co-host for “Video City” airing on channel 34 every Wednesday at Midnight.
As a Spokes model for Estee Lauders 2006 “Night Spa Tour” Yago took it to heart when she read the quote “A person is only beautiful, when their own beauty, is reflecting on to others”. -Tara Grady
Being the oldest of six she knows and understands how important family can be in a child’s life. Yago Mo’Nique serves as a mentor for Free Arts for Abused Children “PACT (Parent and Children Together with Art) Program” that designates at-risk families and reintroduces parents in crisis to the joy and pride of parenthood and family, thus creating a safe home environment for their children.
Capone was one-half of the Queens based powerhouse Capone-N-Noreaga, a duo which sold over 1 million albums in their short-lived career. The pair met at the Collins Correctional Facility in New York, quickly hitting it off. Capone was from the Queensbridge Projects and Noreaga was from Lefrak City. Shortly before finishing the recording of their debut album, War Report (1997), Capone was sent to prison for breaking parole on a weapons charge, but War Report became an underground hit and went gold. Noreaga released two solo albums while Capone was incarcerated, and upon his release, the duo released The Reunion, which also went gold.
Capone from CNN Is Giving One MySpace Artist and One Producer A Chance
To Be Featured On New Album.