Futuristic – "I Am…" Tour 2019

Growing up around music it was inevitable that Futuristic would be a natural. His dad being the town’s top DJ and drummer and his brothers writing songs and playing guitar led him to make the decision to be an artist at a very young age. He wrote his first raps at the age of six and hasn't looked back since. Born in Illinois but moved to Arizona in high school, Futuristic's flow seems to be just as hot as his surroundings.

His album The Rise released on May 12th 2015 debuted at #2 on iTunes and #9 on Hip-Hop Billboard charts. He has been touring virtually non-stop over the last 3 years headlining his own tours and supporting acts with a wide variety of fanbases.

In 2016, Futuristic hit the internet heavy with all sorts of viral content, a new project titled "As Seen on the Internet" and headlined his first ever solo world tour selling out shows from Seattle to Australia!

In 2017 he released another album called "Blessings" with lead singles "Epiphany" and "Talk" with guest verses from NF and Tech N9ne. Outside of music he has found much success in the business world. His clothing line Sheeeshworld is distributed in over 50 different retail stores.

In 2018 he continued to release singles and get millions of streams and views. A now veteran in the music industry is still growing in all walks of life and embodying the definition of being an independent artist.

Demrick, formally known as Young De, is a Recording Artist / Songwriter currently residing in Los Angeles, California. He has a unique style of music, both raw and soulful. “The songs I write are about my life, friends, family and people I’ve met along the way, most of my inspiration comes from my everyday experiences.” He is best known for his collaborations with high profile artists such as Xzibit, Kurupt, Snoop Dogg, Too $hort, B-Real and Cypress Hill. He is also recognized as a protege of B-Real & Xzibit.

The beginning of his career started in 2005 when he met Kurupt in Philadelphia. At the time he was in a group and Kurupt urged them to move to California. They took him up on the suggestion and in 2007 they released an album with Kurupt titled “Philly 2 Cali”.

In 2008 Young De released his solo debut mixtape titled “Audio Hustlaz Vol. 1”, it was presented by DJ Skee. B-Real contributed to the mixtape as a producer and featured on several tracks. Later that year Young De released the “Homeland Security” mixtape which was a collaboration project with Shady/Interscopes’ artist Ca$his. Homeland Security was hosted by DJ Whoo Kid and featured tracks with Royce Da 5’9, Crooked I and Freeway among others.

Young De was also featured on B-Real’s 2009 solo album “Smoke N Mirrors”, appearing on 5 of the 15 songs including the single Don’t Ya Dare Laugh. With that album B-Real and Young De spent a lot of time touring overseas. In the middle of 09’, Young De’s appearance on DJ Muggs “Souls Assassins Intermissions” albumlanded 2,000,000+ hits on YouTube for it’s 1st single Figure It Out. Due to the success of that song he has spent the past 2 years touring with Xzibit.

In 2010 Cypress Hill released their 8th studio album titled “Rise Up” on EMI’s Priority Records. Young De was featured on the street single It Ain’t Nothin . The video for this single received rotation on all television outlets and landed him on the Carson Daily Show. He also went on tour with Cypress, performing at festivals like Rock am Ring and Rockin Rio. At the end of the year Young De teamed up with DJ Fingaz, for yet another mixtape titled “De is for Demrick”.

In 2011 Xzibit and Young created a music catalog for the company Extreme Music/Sony ATV titled “Urban Ammo”. From that catalog they chose two digital singles; Man On The Moon & What It Is. These videos were shot by director Matt Alonzo and led to rotation on MTV.
In mid 2011, Young De released an EP titled “Neva Look Back” produced solely by Scoop DeVille. The EP had three singles What’s Good, Ready 2 Go & What’s Good Remix.

Young De just released his early 2012 mixtape “#Heads Up”. The 17 song project includes the singles Money & Weed & Burn Out (Produced By Jim Jonsin). After being noticed by South Florida’s Grammy winning producer Jim Jonsin in a studio session with Cypress Hill. The two have started working on music for his debut LP which has yet to be titled.

ScribeCash, the multitalented, California-bread female emcee, singer, and director premiered her video “Never Breaking Up” feat. TreVante on BET’s 106 & Park. Soon after, she then aired the video for her single “Get on My Level” feat. Eric Bellinger. Igniting the fire that is her rough edge with refreshing beauty, she lays bars similar to the likes of her predecessors with a unique flare of west coast flavor.

After opening up for Kid Ink, Eric Bellinger, Derek Luh, Sammy Wilk, Futuristic and many more, Scribe headlined her first national tour. Recently, Scribe released her project “99+1” and the lead single also titled “99+1” peaked at #34 on the iTunes charts. In June of 2017 Scribe started a video series “Road To One Million” where she’s been dropping a new song and music video every month in pursuit to hit one million views on one video. This young performer is just beginning her trip to the top. Keep waiting at the edge of your seat to see what she does next.

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