The Big 3: Spac3man, ILLCHRIS (AyeLogics), Louis V


From his start with Sportn’ Life Records, Spac3man was known for hyping his label mates on stage and delivering a hot sixteen bars on their records. In mid 2008 all of that changed as Spac3man became the labels breakout artist. He swiftly plunged on the scene doing a hefty 40 shows in 12 months. Local media, fans and his colleagues were all quick to call him the next “big thing”.

Spac3man’s verse on Big Homie Style off of Jake One’s White Van Music set him apart from other locals on the album. His energy is magnetic and his stage show is outstanding. In 2009 Spac3man was invited to play some of the regions most esteemed music festivals like Bumbershoot, The Capitol Hill Block Party and Reverbfest. He has shared the stage with Redman & Method Man, 88 Keys, Devin the Dude, Pac Div and One B-Lo to name a few...

Known primarily for club anthems & agressive but boastful attacks like “Fly den a Muf*ka” and ”L's Up!".

ILLCHRIS (AyeLogics)

Born in the era where battle rap reigned supreme, AyeLogics has made a name for himself with his witty punch lines and strong will towards his daily proceedings. Raised as a military brat in the Dirty South and Newport News, Virginia, L's picked up influences from early 90's hip hop from his older brother. Moving to the west coast in 98 L's hit the scene with high gear winning multiple notable MC battles where he was accepted as a ranked contestant for the MTV MC battle 2002 in NYC. Moving fresh out of high school to the region of Tacoma/Seattle, AyeLogics has connected himself to the under recognized music scene of the North West. Over the last 2 years L's has displayed a stellar track record of songs & performances on the west coast opening for Notable acts such as Wiz Khalifa, Curren$y, Big Sean, Mac Miller & many more. With highly publicized debuted Mixtapes & Ep's such as "Clarity", "#Problematic" and "Vintage Flow". L's has received many mentions from websites such as,, & reaching over 49,000 downloads. AyeLogics is known for Vintage fashion x Music x Lifestyle and with his fresh style, good music and appeal that will surely land him soon in hip hop's freshman class.

Seattle-born rapper Louis (Taz/Tasman) knows a thing or two about working hard to stand out in a crowd. As the middle child of twelve brothers and sisters, he first made a name for himself in business, operating as a successful owner of a barbershop catering to Northwest military personnel. He's now applying disciplines learned as a small business owner to his new artistic endeavor, quickly rising the ranks as one of the Northwest's hottest up-and-coming hip-hop artists. In short time, Louis has already opened for chart-topping artists Fabolous, Pusha T, Nipsey Hustle, French Montana and others.

Louis' music carries a common theme of being a self-starter and becoming successful through years of struggle. He is heavily influenced by industry legends Nas and Jay-Z, hustlers in their own right, and whose work ethic falls in line with his perfectionist attitude.
Don’t be fooled by Louis’ soft-spoken off stage persona, as his latest release, Misunderstood, is a biting departure from lighter fare often associated with Northwest hip-hop. He applies his life experiences and struggles, along with a driven hustler’s mentality, to a unique listening experience that helps set him apart from his peers. Nevertheless, he stays true to his roots, regularly repping his hometown.

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