Tremont Music Hall

Royal-Tee, Elevator Jay

Street Dreamaz Ent. & Elevator Music Group present: HIGH OFF LIFE

Royal-Tee

Elevator Jay

Ida Divine, Lotta, Senior, Stranger Day, Nesha The Voice, DJ Dex Dynamite

Sat, December 15, 2012

Doors: 9:00 pm / Show: 10:00 pm

$7.00 - $10.00

This event is all ages

$3 underage surcharge for those under 21

Royal-Tee
Royal-Tee
He's not just a MC. He's not just another rapper. He's better known as Royal-Tee. His debut LP, Alumni was released September 2007 under Street Dreamaz Entertainment it featured Phonte (of Little Brother), Patrick Boyd, Catt Magle, DJ Boney B, Consuella Williams, and Bluz (Poet). He brought an innovative and fresh new style to Charlotte, NC aka the Queen City with his trendsetting style and clever
lyrics. He is more than a breath of fresh air to hip hop; he is the epitome of raw talent. Over the past year Royal-Tee has performed with J.Cole, Dom Kennedy, Wale, Rich Hil, Dead Prez, Raekwon, Rapper Big Pooh, Phonte, and 9th Wonder (of Little Brother).


After receiving local and nationwide recognition, Royal-Tee followed up in the spring of 2012 with the independent release of his new project Voice Of Reason. VOR is a collection that has seized the attention of major labels, blogs and hip hop fans worldwide. For this project he teamed up with DJ Skillz "The Next Great American DJ" this release is legitimizing his fan base nation-wide. The VOR project includes features and production from Ritta, Quatrail, Shaff, Focus, Cookin' Soul, Swiff D and many more!
Elevator Jay
Elevator Jay
Born and raised in Charlotte North Carolina, Elevator Jay has been creating music since 2006. His goal is to bring back the original sound of Southern Rap with a new twist. Elevator's debut mix tape "Goin Up?" features EMG artist "Campayne" and Black Flag arist "Deniro". More music and video material will be posted in the future.
Ida Divine
Ida Divine
A native of Staten Island, NY, LaQuana Thompson, aka Ida Divine, grew up watching mob movies with her father and hanging out with one of her best friends who is the sister of one of the members of the Wu Tang Clan. With Hip Hop as her baby sitter; rapping, singing, and creating lyrics was as natural as hopscotch and jacks. Extremely shy as a child no one knew about the lyrical gifts she possessed.

While on a cruise ship, LaQuana became overwhelmed with excitement and decided to get up and sing karaoke. She impressed the crowd so much with her singing that she took home the trophy that night for best performance. The shy spell was broken. Her passion for singing and performing was ignited and she returned home to begin pursuing that passion with every free minute she had.

In between of being a mother of 2 boys and working a full time job in the healthcare field Ida paved her own way, performing at open mic nights, writing original songs and recording eclectic tracks. Whether she was singing like an angel or lyrically beasting listeners ears from inside a cypher, people quickly caught on to her vast musical ability.

Paying homage by claiming herself as a modern day Ida Divine, she is making her image synonymous with being bold, classy and powerful. A singer with vocals so fierce, that when she sings it’s like a light shinning into the cracks and crevices of the soul, to a place where pain seeps, often forgotten but always felt.
Currently, the hip hop songstress is working in the studio with Inspectah Deck from Wutang Clan, beats from E. Jones under 9th Wonder Camp, B12 under 9th Wonders Camp, Hank Perry, and Darae “Bo Dega” Beats.

Ida Divine-ly rejuvenates hip hop in its purest form. She creates mini selves within her many worlds formed by her Di – verse melodies. The word she sings and raps about penetrates the heart of the listener to the fullest degree. She brings out the blues we go thru as a people; she sings definitions of contemplated female thoughts, and points out realistic truths of life experience. Ida Divine composes analogies through her songs like an artist who paints a picture that gives off subliminal messages.
Ida DIvine is more than Hip Hop, more than R & B; she is the third “I” in divinity.
Lotta
Lotta