INDUSTRY CHESS: Eminem could make another move!
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Some members of the hip-hop community are in a tailspin over a resurfacing underground king of rap. Cestyle of Iron Kladd Entertainment has approached Dr. Dre and Eminem for a Record Deal.
The offices at Aftermath Entertainment and Shady Records are buzzing with info about the mysterious Cestyle aka Corey Drumz!
This talented emcee started rockin mics in Hollis Queens as a teenager. He was a cipher mc who earned his scraps battling cats, so he had to be fierce from day one.
Before the days of Murder Inc. Irv Gotti was a local Hollis Queens guru, organizing sessions in the park with Romeo rhyming and Rahzel (now of The Roots) on the beatbox. One day an unknown Cestyle got his chance to shine and came off so well they passed a hat and collected unprecedented dollars. It was the beginning of a long road to success and Cestyle was soon known throughout Queens for his freestyle skills.
Cestyle is no newcomer emerging from the shadows. His name is known and his skills are renowned.
This emcee/producer will no doubt raid all livingrooms, car stereos, clubs, and concert stages with neck snapping beats & pure lyrical prowess worth listening to. Born and raised in N.Y.C., Cestyles appeal has reached as far south as Houston,TX, as far west as Fresno CA., as far north as Canada and even into Europe, proving that he has what the people want to hear. Since the days of rhyming at park jams & house parties, to sharing the stages with acts such as Notorious B.I.G, Tupac, Wu Tang and many others, to the present, he continues to awe audiences. Cestyle is poised to take on the industry by storm.
Dealing with the industry for several years with various companies that had no clue or no means to provide what this artist really needed, he continued to stay aggressive by promoting himself by any means. Utilizing the internet, he has created a major online presence, and has reached over 162k loyal fans on the late great " mp3.com".
Could an Iron Kladd and Aftermath/Shady invasion utterly hand the reigns of the music industry over to the Shady one?
With the success of Queens Native 50 cent, it is very likely we could enter a Shady Records golden age, much like the Wu-Tang Clan in the mid-ninties.
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