Xavier Wulf is a rapper based out of Los Angeles, California. He is part of the hip-hop collective Seshollowaterboyz alongside Bones, Chris Travis, and Eddy Baker.
Xavier is originally from , Memphis, Tennessee.
Wulf grew up in East Memphis and originally found an interest in photography and photoshop. What originally sparked his interest in rap was listening to a Bone Thugs-n-Harmony mixed CD in middle school. When he was in 11th grade, Xavier and a friend went to a studio and recorded a song. After going back several times, he bought his own studio equipment at his house and started making music under the name Ethel Wulf. Ethel translates to noble, which is how he characterized his sound at the time, and Wolf was an animal he drew inspiration from.
Xavier first got noticed by Amber London of the Raider Klan when he released the song "1st Chapta of tha Phonk". They ended up collaborating on the song "Trillnation" and he started to get more buzz. SpaceGhostPurp, leader of the Raider Klan, eventually caught on and invited Xavier to join his collective. A month later, Xavier released his first mixtape, The Wolfgang’s Rodolphe.
South Central rapper G Perico has established himself as one of the most promising young rappers on the West Coast with his flawless and fresh take on gangsta rap. He first broke out of the region in 2016 with Shit Don’t Stop, a mixtape XXL called “one of the best projects to come out of the West.” G lived up to the hype in 2017 with three albums: All Blue, 2 Tha Left, and his collaborative album G-Worthy with Jay Worthy and hit-making producer Cardo.
Known for his highly detailed narratives of gangster life and a delivery that has been compared to Eazy-E and DJ Quik, G Perico has been heralded as “the most promising new voice in L.A. rap” (The FADER), “one of the most promising newcomers” (Pitchfork), and “one of the most gifted and singular rappers in a city replete with burgeoning talent” (Complex).
G Perico sees himself as an entrepreneur and community leader in addition to a rapper. He owns the Mid-City smoke shop One Stop and a store for his clothing brand, So Way Out, located on the corner of 108th and Broadway in South LA.
In August 2019, G Perico announced a partnership with Roc Nation for two joint releases with his So Way Out label: Ten-Eight and Broadway.
Neen Williams is a Pro Skateboarder from Chicago and currently resides in LA.
After struggling most of his life with substance abuse, Neen flipped it 180- quit drinking and partying, to be able to do the things he loves for as long as he can.
With his updated lifestyle, Neen worked hard to carve out a unique space for being at the forefront of fitness, health and wellness in skateboarding.
He is now a two time certified kettlebell specialist, has partnered up with some of the leading brands in various industries all while ensuring he remains true to himself by sharing his knowledge and positivity across his social media channels and connecting with his fans.
Born as John Lawrence Givens on August 29, 1992, in Oceanside, California, Gives eclectic Northern San Diego neighborhood has had a profound impact on his music. "Growing up in Oceanside, there was a lot of music coming out of my neighborhood. The diversity of where I grew up in and my experiences have shaped what my music sounds like today."
Nicholas Maximov is a NJCAA All American & has won multiple National Titles in Jiu-Jitsu. Fighting out of the Nick Diaz Academy in Stockton California. Nicholas is 3-0 in his professional MMA career. We are proud to stand behind Nicholas & his climb to the top of the sport. #VG
.Twenty-six year old Obed Padilla of Oceanside, California is a singer, songwriter, producer and multi-instrumentalist.
With plenty of production credits under his belt, Padilla has lent his musical engineering ability to the tracks of artists like John Givez, Asaiah Ziv, 070 Phi, and countless others. Padilla merges his own personal interests in hip hop, R&B, folk, and alternative to float between genres.
Born and raised in Oceanside, CA, singer-songwriter Lea Love’s multi-layered artistry draws from her rich Hawaiian, Japanese, and Samoan heritage. She began writing at the age of 10, often drawing inspiration from many types of musical genres. This diversity is evident in her songs, which ranges from R&B Soul to Island Reggae to Pop. Her most recent project, “Way I Am”, is now available on every music platform. Stay tuned for upcoming shows, music and more!