Rae Sremmurd is without a doubt one of the biggest Hip-Hop groups to enter the game in recent years. With the singles “No Flex Zone” & “No Type” reaching the Top 10 on the Billboard Hot 100 and their debut album SremmLife RIAA certifed platinum, it’s safe to say they are here to stay. Their energy, lifestyle, music, and performances are unlike any other, a testament to why they have achieved such huge success in a short period of time.

 Although things may seem as if they happened overnight for the rap duo, Slim Jxmmi & Swae Lee had been working hard towards their vision long before they were introduced to the world. Growing up in the small town of Tupelo, Mississippi, there wasn’t much to do for kids of their age and style; rapping quickly became their main source of fun and creativity. In high school Swae & Jxmmi earned a reputation for throwing the wildest parties in town, often performing their music in the midst of the airs.


 At the age of 22, Vic Mensa has already established himself as an integral part of Chicago culture, first co-founding the SAVEMONEY collective and releasing two mixtapes in two years and now as a solo artist signed with the Roc Nation family. His debut mixtape ‘Straight Up’ in 2010, followed by 2013’s ‘INNANETAPE’, brought Mensa’s solo work to a new and larger audience. In addition, The Chicago native’s critically acclaimed 2nd project helped earn him a top spot on XXL Magazine’s 2014 freshman class.

 After closing out 2013 with US dates on the J. Cole and Wale “What Dreams May Come” tour and a European tour with Danny Brown, Mensa released his biggest single to date; 2014’s “Down On My Luck.” In 2015, Vic Mensa will release new music and thus far has collaborated with Kanye West and Sia on “Wolves” – the first track on Kanye West’s upcoming album ‘So Help Me God’. Vic Mensa’s live performances to date include Wireless Festival, The Governors Ball Festival, the Emmy Award-winning comedy show Saturday Night Live and the 2015 Coachella Valley Music and Arts festival.


 Ekali is a Canadian instrumentalist and producer from Vancouver, BC. He started making electronic music in 2014 and since has been making big waves in the electronic community; from his visceral, captivating original work and collaborations to his thundering club remixes.

 Ekali was accepted as Canada’s sole participant in the REd Bull Music Academy in 2014. Since then, he’s gone on to receive over twenty million streams, tour every corner of the world & receive a writing credit on Drake’s “If You’re Reading This It’s Too Late”. His unique sound has earned him loyal following worldwide, and cemented his as one of electronic music’s most promising artists.