(Los Angeles, CA) - After finding success with their hit song, "Boss Ass Bitch," Los Angeles-based female Hip-Hop trio, P.T.A.F. (Pretty Taking All Fades), is back again. Rejuvenated and with more music to show the world that they are not just a Vine and YouTube sensation, P.T.A.F. has been steady at work recording new material. While the trio appreciates the platforms that Vine and YouTube have provided for the group, P.T.A.F. is proving they are more than a one hit wonder, or social media anomaly. By following up their success with a fresh new single called, "Hol Up," P.T.A.F. looks to solidify their place amongst the fast rising stars of the West-Coast and other female emcees that have paved the way for their movement and widespread acceptance. One such female rapper is Nicki Minaj who jumped on the remix of "Boss Ass Bitch" trying her hand at flowing over the boom-bap heavy beat, reminiscent of Hip-Hop's early days. Although the
(New Brunswick, NJ) After finding success with his video "Bout My PayPuh," filmed in his native Ghana, New Brunswick, New Jersey emcee 6FO returns with a lethal dose of bars for his freestyle track "Forgive Me." From XXL to The Source, 6FO has legitimately been able to gain the media's attention and slowly but surely he has garnered radio airplay on New York's Hot97 as well as other local radio stations. In addition to airplay, Charlamagne tha God from Power 105.1/The Breakfast Club has spoken highly of the up and coming rapper, co-signing his talents. No matter what happens next in his career, after making it through the adversity of losing close friend and collaborator E-9, you can tell he has already won continuing to pursue his career. Please take a sec to watch this video for "Forgive Me," thank you for your time and consideration.