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Tevin Chesterfield (born October 10), known by the stage name Deh Wapp, is an Atlanta-based trap artist who made his musical debut in 2018.
A native of Charlotte Amalie, St. Thomas, Deh Wapp found his beginnings freestyling as a hobby, recording random tracks and videos for friends.
But, what started out as a side project used purely for entertainment soon propelled the young Virgin Islander into the world of hip hop....read more
Jeremy Adames (born July 6) is a Caribbean trap artist who performs under the moniker Flizop.
Born in Miami, Florida, the artist who was raised on the twin city island of St Croix in the U.S. Virgin Islands, broke onto the music scene in 2019.
He dropped his debut mixtape in October of that year called “Flizziano,” a stylized version of his stage name...read more
Joel O. Douglas (born September 4), known professionally as Banco BizMol, is a Caribbean rapper based in Atlanta, Georgia. He was born in St. Thomas in the U.S. Virgin Islands and raised on Tortola in the British Virgin Islands.
The hip hop artist has been a musician for 10 years, however, his official entrance into the industry occurred after his first performance in 2014...read more
Born on December 29th in the British West Indies on the island of St. Kitts, Trigga coined his stage name from a nickname he received as a child.
True to his moniker, the dancehall artist is known for producing deep and mellow tracks that pack a punch on flow, intonation and lyricism.
Medz Boss (born Joseph Olliviere on January 28th) is a native of Beetham Gardens in Port-of-Spain, Trinidad.
His stage name stems from a childhood nickname. He first appeared on the dancehall scene in 2018 with a track titled, "What Dey Know Bout," which was a collaboration between himself and the artist Romero.