SOUTH AFRICA 29th NOV - 7TH DEC 2018
Rufus Cooper III (born March 21, 1978), also known by his stage name Young Noble, is an American rapper who is best known for being part of Tupac Shakur's rap group Outlawz. Noble joined the Outlawz in early 1996, and was also the last member to be added to the group by Tupac himself, before the late rapper's death in September 1996. Noble made his debut on Shakur's album The Don Killuminati: The 7 Day Theory on 4 songs "Bomb First (My Second Reply)", "Hail Mary", "Life of an Outlaw", and "Just Like Daddy".
“Young Noble”- The aptly named – rebellious-perfectionist exudes integrity in life and throughout his lyrics. In both cases, he chooses his battles wisely, with an evident persona that silently confirms that he does not play!
E.D.I. MEAN aka E.D.I. DON
In 1992, Kastro, Malcolm Greenidge, and Tupac's godbrother Yafeu "Kadafi" Fula, formed a rap trio. Greenridge began rapping under the alias "Big Malcolm". The trio went under the names Thoro Headz and Young Thugs. By then, Tupac had become a rap star and he let them guest appear on his single, "Holla If Ya Hear Me", which was released on February 4, 1993. In 1994, Mutah "Napoleon" Beale joined the group, which was now known as Dramacydal. On March 14, 1995, Tupac's LP, Me Against the World, was released. They guest appeared on the songs "Me Against the World" and "Outlaw". In 1995, upon Tupac's release from prison, Malcolm “E.D.I. Mean” Greenidge, Tupac, Bruce "Fatal" Washington, Kadafi, Mopreme Shakur, Kastro, and Napoleon formed the group the
Outlaw Immortalz, later changed to the Outlawz. Tupac gave each member of the group an alias from an enemy of the United States of America. Shakur gave Greenidge the alias E.D.I. Mean after former Ugandan president Idi Amin. On February 13, 1996, Tupac's double LP, All Eyez on Me, was released. E.D.I. Mean appeared on "Tradin' War Stories," "When We Ride," and "Thug Passion".
On June 4, 1996, Tupac's "How Do U Want It" single was released. Its b-side, "Hit 'Em Up ", featured E.D.I. Mean, Fatal and Kadafi. It is considered the most aggressive diss song in history, dissing Bad Boy Entertainment, Chino XL, Junior M.A.F.I.A. and Mobb Deep.
Edi Don aka “E.D.I Mean”- His aggressive, no frills style is perhaps more diplomatic, yet his delivering, reveals a mastery of conveying messages, in an unmistakable straight to the point manner.
DJ JAE SYNTH
DJ Jae Synth hails from Sacramento USA and is a DJ, Music Producer and Director. He has directed songs all over the world working with artists like T.I., Calico Jonez, Soulja Boy, Wocka Flocka, Yung LA, Roscoe Dash, J Money, Mims, Juvenile, Snoop Dogg, Too Short, Kurrupt, Tech Ni9ne, Mac Dre, The Game, Mannie Fresh, E40, B Legit, Young Buck, Righteous Movement, Roscoe Umali, Skurge, Tofu de la Moore,, AP9, Goldie Gold, J Diggz, Huslah, Matt Blaque, C Bo, Suga Free, Kokain, Guce, Nump, Blaqhandside, Lil Hyfe, MC Conrad, RAW, Mac Mall, The DB'z, Dezit Eaze, The Draft, J Gibbs, Keak the Sneak, Da Spokesperson, Young Dru, Cali O, Unkle Jimi, John Wayne, Mistah F.A.B., Tone Malone, Marvaless, Lil Retro, JT the Bigga Figga, NTT, Turf Talk, The Team, Carlie Biscuts, Scrillz, DJ Epik, J Intell, Bueno, Jenro, Chase, Dub 20, B Smoove, Young Sav, Sumthin' Terrible, Black C from RBL Possie, T Nutty, The Reason, X Raided, TAIS, Doey Rock, Hans, Reek Daddy, Messy Marv, Floss, JDK, Ran D, San Quinn, Smigg Dirtee, Junebug Slim, Mat Cali, Slep Rock, Liq, Shoat Stop, Mahnte Bush, Lee Majors, Crest Creepaz, Chuck T, Mr., Blee, King Dre, Royal Family, The Jacka, Neighborhood Watch, Cin, TO3, The X