This is the Plug
October 31st, 2018
Written by Crystal (@CrystalSherie)
This is the Plug is very excited to share that we are hosting our 4th Outlet showcase here in, Rhode Island. Our showcases specialize in brand development for artists and gaining exposure. Our showcases are a unique way to reach out to the community and Providence music industry geared towards urban youth, families and young people who identify with Hip Hop culture. But here’s some things you should know…
It’s been a while since we dropped some ? for you but we’ve been working! Now only exclusively at The Outlet on November 13th we’re featuring our hot new designs for the culture!
We gave ya’ll a little preview on Instagram (@thisistheplug) but here’s an exclusive close up of what you can purchase while there!
Exclusive to our showcase we will have featured Da Deli designs for every body.
Shout out to our local sponsor Evandro from A1 Fitness. If you need a personal trainer to get right feel free to talk to Evandro. His training prices are unmatched! & He offers flexible class schedules. Located at 179 Conant Street, Pawtucket, RI 02860
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Born in Providence, Rhode Island. Rah spent his early years in the cities famed East Side. However, the neighboring town of Pawtucket would later become the stomping grounds, and canvas to Rah’s life and times. He comes from a single parent home. Inspired by his mother’s hardships and struggles. Who is of the Dominican Republic, sought-after America for a better life. Rah at the early age of 14 quickly found himself in his city’s drug and crime lifestyle.
His love for hip-hop came when acts like Dip Set and Jay Z plagued his local radio stations. With his peers rhyming on street corners and playground parks. Ramon and others gradually noticed the talent and potential in his craft. Releasing mixtapes, videos, and performing at live events.
In 2010 he took a break with his music to escape the influential troubles of his hometown. With a move to Miami, Florida. Rah focused on his craft and ventures. He found great inspiration in the city’s luxury and fast pace life. After just a few short years in the vice city. Rah would garner the attention of Grammy-nominated and platinum producers Cool & Dre. There, He worked with some of the industries biggest names. Broadening his musical knowledge and learning the business. He’d then sign with We The Best’s Kent Jones. Forming Hybrid Music.
Earlier this year the video for his single “Pockets” which features hip-hop megastar Remy Ma. Made its television debut after premiering on BET Jams. His latest efforts “New York Girl”, and “Jiggy” serve as great examples of Rah’s skill and diversity. His confident delivery, brash riddles, blast and stand out. Giving him a unique style and sound. Ramon’s drive doesn’t appear to be slowing down. With his growing support and evolving network. Ramon looks to be a household name in hip-hop culture.
YouTube: Rah Money Ramon
Hailing from “The Bucket” of Rhode Island is a lyricist like no other. What started as an after thought has become a driving force in this artists life. When asked about his beginnings, he stated he had no intention of pursuing a career in music [let alone seeing himself as one of the greatest], “I was asked to do it, so I did it. Now I do it for real.” Dropping two mixtapes back to back in Spring 2018 [The Bucket List, Moon Music] Cuphasol shows off his cadence, versatility and lyrical talent. With songs like April 26, Solful, Return2Forever, Cuphas Ballad, It’s Not You, Demo Love, and Autumn, he proves one can have fun while still carrying a heartfelt message…
Born and raised in Pawtucket, Rhode Island Sabs is a first generation Colombian-American. He started making music after listening to his brother, Willy Will, who also rapped. Listening to beats he would work at perfecting his craft. Not taking it serious in the beginning he would freestyle around his boys. He always felt like he could take it to another level and with some support from those closest to him he got serious. He says, “’Bootleggers’ would probably be my most recognizable song. It was the first song I ever shot a music video for which definitely helped. Songs like Quarterback, Letter and Killing Me got mad love too.”
Recently, he just dropped a 3 part mixtape called “SABB3RDAY” all produced by his close friend Leel Bank. “Jazzy Jazz” being one of the most notable songs from the project he plans on shooting a music video for it soon. Staying busy, he’s also currently working on a joint mix tape with a young artist from Pawtucket call Ozyx. He’s also working on collabs with his brother and will be featured on his new project called “Stay Focused.”
Keep your eyes out for this young artist and be sure to check out his performance at The Outlet on Tuesday, November 13, 2018!
Youtube: Say Boz
From Providence, Rhode Island, Reign has been going bar or bar whether it’s in a verse or a battle rap. With his new single “#Habits” off of his project “HeartGone” coming out January 4th, 2019, Reign isn’t skipping a beat!