Awesome 2 -

are well known international arena, club and party DJ’s having played all over the world: London, Switzerland, Germany, France, Brussels, Dominican Republic, Puerto Rico, Dubai, Africa and Canada. They have played many major venues and events including The 1998 World C...up (France) The World Famous Apollo Theater, House of Blues, BB Kings, Nokia Theatre, Central Park Summer Stage, Pleasure Island, BET Sound Stage, The Hub Stage for VIBE LIVE at Walt Disney World. The Awesome 2 do private exclusive celebrity parties for clients like ESPN, Esquire, Jaguar, Jordan Brand, Fila, Scion, NFL hall of Famer Lawrence Taylor, Tennessee Titans Keith Bullock, Comedian Chris Tucker, Pittsburgh Steelers Jerome Bettis, Actress Queen Latifah, Comedian Tracy Morgan, Actress Michelle Rodriguez, Philadelphia 76ers Derrick Coleman, NJ Nets, Jason Williams, Dennis Rodman, Actor Marcus Chong (Panther, The Matrix), Vibe Magazine, The Source magazine, American Music Awards, private events for Bloomingdales, Macy’s, Bergdorf Goodman etc.

Skee Lo -

Two Grammy Nominations: "Best Solo Rap Performance" and "Best Rap Album." Three Billboard Video Award Nominations: "Best New Artist," "Best Clip of the Year," and "Maximum Vision Clip of the Year."

Skee-Lo was born in Chicago's (south side) IL. and has been performing and recording songs since the age of nine. His 1st musical influences were James Brown, Debarge, Stevie Wonder, & Michael Jackson.

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Herukhuti Ausa

Herukhuti Ausar can best be described as a Rapping Soldier on the rise. The Raleigh, North Carolina warrior marches to a beat of his own. He has created a musical masterpiece that encompasses all genres of music. He has crafted a lyrical compilation that is certain to captivate all audiences. He has mastered the art of exemplifying his life’s struggles, through music - music that is genuine, raw, and real; yet uplifting and empowering.

His single, Barak Obama in Your Neighborhood, can be described as uplifting, enlightening and even educational. It is a slow, melodious rhyme that preaches unity and describes the labors and accomplishments of civil rights leaders, and the struggle of Black people in America.