D League Mixing Directions:
1 Cup Ludacris versatility
4 Tablespoons of Fabulous Punch Lines
½ Cup of Eminem’s ability to draw you in
Then proceed to craft your own skill over a 5 year period with two people in a group that only sees music as their Plan A, Plan B, and Plan C. The next step is to expose the music to the public and respond to their positive and negative feedback. Continue to dominate the market and everything else will fall into place.
When some people hear the word D League their initial thought may be of the NBA’S D-League, but these two hold a league of their own. Demo and Uncut, the two members of D league, are South Florida’s newest rap duo. Far from the average and miles passed the ordinary, they are setting their sites for the majors, nothing less.
These young, ambitious and talented professionals are thinking and logically plotting the next step in their careers. D League was formed 5 years ago when both Demo and Uncut realized their passion for music. Representing opposite sides of the globe allows them to combine their experiences and lifestyles, which creates astounding music.
Being of Jamaican heritage and possessing Uptown Bronx swagger, Uncut makes up one half of the duo. With a real and uncut approach (hence the name Uncut) to music, this young professional is prepared to sit at the table with any Hip-Hop mogul, being that he is the businessman of the group . Vietnamese blood and a Bay Area upbringing, gives Demo the potential to surpass even his own limits. Though this laid back rapper symbolizes nothing of an “average rapper,” you would do much not to underestimate this lyrical warrior.
These two has taken their time to learn the business from the outside in; spending much of time in the studio strengthening and honing their skills. With the South making their presence known, and acts like Rick Ross and T-Pain gaining notable success, D League is positioned well for the next stage; better yet, center stage.
They have opened up local concerts throughout South Florida for artists such as Rick Ross, Chamillionaire, Young Dro, Trina and Lil’ Wayne, just to name a few. They have been spotlighted in Ozone Magazine, BET Notarized, FEVA Magazine, Hip Hop Weekly, and the cover story of Nine5Four magazine. With musical depth and character to match, there is no wonder as to why D League is here to take center stage and show the next generation what it means to be “real.”
Their 1st released mix tape “Makin Moves” is hosted by the infamous DJ Q45 of BET’s Rap City and their second installment, “I Rep D League” hosted by Shadyville DJ young Cee, has recently been released March 09’. It has been featured on notable sites like YoRaps.com, thisis50.com, allhiphop.com, hiphopbase.net, aznraps.net and many more! For more info you can check D League out at iRepDLeague.com or twitter.com/irepdleague.