Most people don’t associate Connecticut with Hip Hop, but if you visit the small New England state’s inner cities, Hip Hop is thriving. Hartford born Hip Hop artist, Young Sho, has been laying down the ground work for his music these past few years. From tearing down stages throughout the East Coast, delivering consistent mixtape releases, and more, Young Sho is here to represent for the 860.
Last summer, Sho made waves with a consistent stream of releases. And he continues his run in the first quarter of 2019 with a new project, The Formula, teaming up with another 860 artist, Mook The Great. “We treated this project as if it were a science project, and as result we modernized Old School Hip Hop to appeal to the younger generation all while getting our key points and morals across.” Working with a variety of producers, “The Formula” is a project like no other.
Growing up on the East coast with a rap-centric musical education, Lizzy Brodie has been a hustler since the beginning. She combined her penchant for hard work and taste-making as she delved in to the music business upon her arrival to Denver, CO. Her love of all things music and fashion left limitless options available to her, but her consistent success in artist and company promotion became undeniable to those around her. Today, Lizzy is her city’s go-to point of contact for businesses, artists, and event conglomerates that seek top-tier branding, marketing, and networking. Through her impressively placed industry connections and legions of followers, Lizzy is able to upgrade her clients from under-the-radar to household names.