Ted Park is an out the mud Asian American success story. Born December 4, 1994 in Madison WI to immigrant parents, Ted grew up in humble beginnings. After dropping out of high school and taking a bus to New York to pursue his dream, Ted wound up in Canarsie Brooklyn living in his friends basement, then Harlem on 116th and 5th during his come up. Ted focused on music surrounded by love, loyalty, and new family who wanted to see him win. Ted caught viral success in 2016 with Hello (Who is this) which hit the Top 10 on Spotify & Billboards US Viral Chart landing a single deal with UMG / Capitol France. Another viral moment followed in 2017 with “Me Love” catching the eye of Korean American superstar Jay Park, leading to Ted signing with Jay’s H1ghr Music in 2018. Opening for Dumbfoundead, H1ghr and Jay on tours, the Genius BBQ with 2 Chainz and Jack Harlow, being pH-1’s surprise guest at Hiphop Playa Festival while releasing a massive output of songs with features from Jay, Jessi and more Ted built a loyal and authentic fanbase. Ted, now an independent artist in 2023 has racked up 20 million + streams and received praise from major media outlets Complex, Billboard, and Rolling Stone to name a few. In 2022 he performed the NBA halftime show at the LA Clippers, SXSW, and multiple cities on his Mini US tour. Now 2023 after opening for pH-1’s North America Tour, Ted is getting ready to release multiple albums and his first North America full headline tour before summer.
From the Northside of Atlanta, Georgia, Parlay Pass delivers the unexpected. His effortless style of trap gets the crowd jumping across cultures. From ATL to Seoul, Parlay is rapidly rising to popularity through viral successes and collaborations with industry icons such as Jay Park and movers and shakers such as Fki 1st, Keith Ape, Dumbfoundead, Ted Park, and more. Parlay will continue to soar to new heights and push the envelope to redefine the face of American Hip-Hop.
Born in 1994 Radontae Ashford aka Wave Chapelle, is an hip hop artist from the north side of Milwaukee, WI. Wave Chapelle gained popularity by releasing single songs through his soundcloud, that later transcended into mixtapes. In 2013 Wave made his debut with the mixtape “It’ll All Make Sense Soon”. In late 2014 Wave followed with his second project, “Only the Beginning” featuring Curren$y, Rico Love, & more, becoming the first young artist to break out of his city. Spring 2016 Wave debuted his long awaited project “W” featuring his stand out tracks Overtime & Let’s Win ft. IshDARR, solidifying his place both at the local and national level. Later that year Wave unleashed a flurry of singles ranging from Boss Up (feat. Lil Uzi Vert) – Single to Don’t See Em ft. K CAMP to Henny Cardi. In 2017 Wave followed up with the second installment of his series It’ll All Make Sense Soon 2showcasing his growth with tracks like Waves ft. Malcolm Anthony & Authentic. Throughout his work, he teeters between neo-soul production, trap-like beats, and boom bap, using the platform to spit bars on his personal narrative, his city, and his progress.
Straight from the westside of Chicago rapper/producer Saint Icky blur the line between hip hop trap and electronic music sculpting his own niche soundscapes. With beats tinged heavily in hard-hitting 808s and eerie synthesizers, Ick continues to darken the cloud around the persona of a promising up and coming voice within the Chicago DIY rap landscape. Constantly tip toeing the lines between a variety of genres, Saint Icky has successfully proven that he isn’t here to set trends and expectations—but to tear them apart, instead.