Born in one of America's toughest cities, Baltimore Maryland, Phizzals is a fresh breath of air and a new light to the cities rugged reputation. Raised in a household the oldest of three siblings, Phizzals began to write poetry about his surrounding that would eventually turn into music. As a kid, Phizzals was exposed to all different types of genres from R&B, Pop, Country, Folk and lastly Hiphop. Phizzals now as a established artist incorporates all the genres he was exposed to as a kid into his own sound of HipHop that he calls "Hip-POP". With this sound Phizzals has been rocking shows across the globe with his very energetic and entetaining stage performances which includes a style of performance that hasn't been seen in years. Phizzals incorperates the style of syncnized dancing to his stage performances which has earned him countless magazine, radio, blog placements and even strong comparison to the late great legend Heavy D. Dubbed "Heavy P" by his fans that he calls the "P-Gang" only further cement the growing comparisons to the legend that opened up the doors for Phizzals to showcase is craft to the world.
Born in the Bronx, New York, Mane Squeeze is a D.C. based deejay and multifaceted creative. Her interests include visual arts, and digital design, with a major focus on music entertainment meanwhile educating our youth. When she decided to begin her deejaying career six years ago, she had no idea she would be a forerunner in innovating the local deejaying and party scene. Being part Jamaican and part Puerto Rican, Mane Squeeze has an authentic spice and zest to her music tastes, creating an almost universally appealing sound. As a self-taught artist, she finds joy in creating avant-garde atmospheres for party attendees, and introducing them to new sounds and artists they are sure to love. Mane Squeeze’s lengthy resume of accomplishments includes hosting major acts like Carnage, FATHER, Brenmar, Blaqstarr, Iggy Azalea, Nina Sky, and Nipsey Hussle for their shows in the D.C. area. In addition to curating shows, she has thrown and deejayed at more than 200 events along the east coast including large scale events such as, H Street Festival, Afropunk (2014), Trillectro Music Festival (2014), and PRIDE events in DC, NYC and Miami. Now that she has made a name for herself, she spends the majority of her time focusing on releasing her much-anticipated mixtapes and producing original songs. Mane Squeeze continues to gain notoriety through her ability to merge almost all genres of music into an electrifying and enticing blend of sounds you just can’t help but dance to!