Genre blending has always been a core tenant of Jauz – the project of 21 year old LA-based and Icon Collective graduate, Sam Vogel. Over the course of the past few months we have seen the young star rise, turning in some of the biggest tracks of the year, from taking on the likes of Ed Sheeran, Asap Mob, Childish Gambino, and more. Jauz has released addictive mid-tempo originals like “Feel the Volume” and remixes like “Hella Hoes” that have left both the festivals and clubs wanting more and garnered him support from industry heavyweights like Zedd, Skrillex, Diplo, Borgore, Destructo, Arty and others. His euphoric originals and viral remixes seamlessly weave in and out of several musical categories, staying true to his creed: “music has no boundaries.”



Just in the year and a half between the breakout success of “Say It” and the release of I Told You, it’s been a whirlwind for Lanez, not all of it remotely related to the creation of his opus. He was the driving force as well as “feature” on Meek Mill’s “Lord Knows,” a highlight of the Creed soundtrack. Lanez co-headlined an acclaimed tour with A$AP Ferg, and did shows in genre-spanning festivals like Lollapalooza and Austin City Limits. On Christmas Day 2015 alone, he released two mixtapes (The New Toronto and Chixtape 3), while priming his fans to regularly expect new material on Fargo Fridays.Lanez booked a massive headlining tour named for I Told You that runs through December.



GoldLink is an American rapper from Washington, DC who gained notoriety after a string of well-received tracks on Soundcloud in the second half of 2013. He self-released his debut project The God Complex in spring 2014 to widespread recognition, pioneering his self-described “Future Bounce” sound. He's accrued millions of plays on Soundcloud, capturing the attention of fans and industry figureheads around the world, including Def Jam founder Rick Rubin. Following the release of his second project, And After That We Didn't Talk, he went on his second- North American headlining tour, supported Mac Miller on his US tour and and is working on his follow-up project.



In 2013 after completing multiple professional degrees in audio engineering and production, Kevin Chapman’s vision for the SNBRN brand emerged. Recognizing the increasing popularity of deep house, indie dance, and nu disco, Kevin envisioned an artist project that combined all the best elements of each sub-genre while remaining instantly accessible. With official releases on Atlantic, Big Beat, Astralwerks, Spinnin' Records, Ultra, Republic and Sony UK, the SNBRN brand has rapidly solidified itself as an overnight sensation in the indie dance and house music worlds. SNBRN's debut original single "Raindrops feat. Kerli" was released in early 2015 on Ultra Records."Raindrops" has since garnered over 20 million plays on Spotify and almost 5 million on SoundCloud. Over the summer of 2015, SNBRN hit the North American festival circuit with performances at the likes of Lollapalooza, Electric Zoo, Firefly, Hangout, Electric Forest, Lightning in a Bottle, CRSSD, HARD, & more. In January 2016, SNBRN released his original "Gangsta Walk" single which features an unreleased acapella from Nate Dogg, the first ever licensed original record since his death. The single has accumulated over 16 million streams on Spotify and went 2 x Platinum in Norway. Spring of 2017 comes with a busy touring schedule and exciting series of new singles showcasing both commercial and underground leaning singles.



L.A. duo FRENSHIP's "Capsize" has become one of the most viral hits of Summer 2016. Highlighted by James Sunderland and Brett Hite's warm tones and blissed-out beats, the song is the most refreshing pop gem of this year. "People do tend to describe it as a tropical sound, but the truth is Brett was always trying to force a marimba into one of our songs and he finally got the opportunity," deadpans James. Quickly surpassing 20 million streams in just a month after independently releasing the track, Spotify recently included "Capsize" on their list of contenders for this year's Song Of The Summer; the infectious track is listed alongside hits from established superstars Drake, Justin Timberlake, and Calvin Harris, among others. To date, FRENSHIP's "Capsize" has been streamed more than 55 million times on Spotify.