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My Everything
Ain't No Stoppin' Me
Cuz We Gangstas

J Marvelous....Hear His Song "My Everything" and "C U At The Telly".... Joshua Boyd "J Marvelous" 18 Born in Miami, FL Raised in Indianapolis, IN from the age of 2 weeks to 6 yrs. Then moved to Atlanta,Ga to live till he was 14 and then moved back to Indianapolis. "I started rapping back when I was 10 years old and started writing my lyrics at age 14. My motivation to rap was just my love of music , and I knew I had some shit to bring to the table. I expect the industry to bring listeners, but I want to make a mark inside of the rap game.The mark I'm tryin' to make is for muthafuckas to love the music and know that this shit is real what I'm talkin' about. Me being real is just simply, I'm tha nigga for every situation that the average muthafucka faces. What makes me different is my voice, no nigga in the rap game really sounds like me, plus I put shit together that grows on you quick. Shout outs: "Momz, my brother, tha fam, rage n all the niggaz n honeys that keep shit trill" ("note") "Fuck these weak bitches." ..................................................................................................................................................................... Nicholas Jones “TUN” 19 Born in and raised in Peoria, Ill. Until the age of 16 when he then moved to Indianapolis, IN. “I started rapping around the age of 11 or 12 years old. My older brother bumped a lot of West Coast music like 2pac, Ice Cube, Yuckmouth, C-Bo, and 2Short to name a few. I started off writing and freestyling came later. I stayed in the lab writing everyday until I elevated my style. My inspiration came from a lot of East Coast rappers like The Notorious B.I.G., Nas, Jay-Z, Mase, The Lox, X…It’s a lot of cats I could name. My style is like a mix of East, West, and Midwest…You know, very lyrical but straight to the point. Everything I talk about is real. I’m no studio gangsta, I’m still in the streets trying to find a way out other than robbery and moving weight so I chose rap. Ever since the first verse I wrote to my first freestyle I knew this is what I wanted to do for the rest of my life. I’m dedicated to my music. It reflects my life…you know shit I’ve seen and shit I’ve been through and shit I’m going through. My goal is to get signed with a major label but I’mma let you know now ain’t none of you fuckas out there ‘bout to jerk me. My main priority is to feed my family. I want to see my nephews grow up in a better environment. I’m not knockin’ the streets cause I’ve learned a lot from it, but I don’t want my nephews or lil’ cousins to go through the same shit as I did. I’m a solo artist but I’ve been in groups like , The B.A. Click, thug Mafia, and The Henchmen. I’ve done shows in bars here in NAP and at the Players Ball in Kentucky shout out to Frank Nitty. “TUN” came from “Shorty Half Tun”. I got that name from my brother Pick. It represents the large and in charge. I know I have what it takes to make it to the top…I’m at the bottom and there’s nowhere to go but up. First and foremost Praises to GOD, If it wasn’t for him I wouldn’t have this talent. Shout Outs: To my moms you’ve been by my side through thick an thin and never gave up on me I love you. My sister you supported me with my rap and I love you. To my Brother my dog he held me down you told me I could do it you never lost faith in me 1 love son. To Jason Pimpton not only a manager but also a good friend you held me down through this shit so I give you my word if I’m on top you there with me. To my niggaz, “Myst”, “J Marv”, “M.B.”, “Hoodlum”, “Herc”, “J”, “AKA”, “Black Diamond”, “J Bez”, “D-Roc”, “Mosapp”, “Six”, “Jay”, “J.D.”, “B.K.”, “C-Nasty”, “Big T”, Zia, Mont, “Az-Is”, “ABK”, “C quence”, Pat, ”Cross”, Nish. If I forgot anyone my bad. To all the fans of my music I appreciate all the luv. I’m doing this for you and the hood…South side and 71. Holla at ya boy 1.