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Artist Rotation

On this week’s Artist Rotation we shed light on 3 amazing emcees. Lb199x from Washington D.C. As described by himself: “One word. Genuine. It’s the best way to describe newcomer Hip-Hop lyricist, L.B. The Washington, D.C. native story-teller is ready to write his life in ink and bring it all to the stage, unadulterated… all cards faced up. With soul searching tracks like “Gods”, it’s clear that L.B. has been penning songs since early childhood and is no stranger to using music as his medium”. Another artist on this week’s Artist Rotation includes Juice Lord from Saint Paul, Minnesota. A self-proclaimed poet and emcee, Juice Lord wants to bring hope to the hopeless through his music. Reigning from the land of 10,00 lakes, Juice Lord promises to impress! Next up, we have the one and only Call Me Ace – a now ex-Facebooker brings his work and aspiring musical career into perspective with his newly released track “Facebook”. Call Me Ace delivers with his witty punch lines and creative rhymes that make you want to press replay one time.