One of the most revered figures in rap since his early-’90s debut, DJ Quik emerged as a formidable rapper/producer and extended his career working primarily as a funk-inspired beatmaker for stars and protégés alike.
Formed in 1990 by One Dope Mexican (Robert Gutierrez) and Don’t Try To Xerox (Bobby Ramirez). They recorded demos and landed a record deal soon after with a small independent label, Quality/Pump records. Their debut album, 1990’s “Brown and Proud,” brought the group Top 40 single in the U.S. with “On A Sunday Afternoon,” peaked at #39 on the Billboard Hot 100.
Trish Toledo is a singer-songwriter who’s style can be described as soul / 60s, early 70s era music. She has been likened to folks that listen to artists such as Aretha Franklin, Barbara Mason & Brenton Wood. Inspired by her idols & their success in music, Trish practiced and developed her musical skills through her childhood and got her first studio experience at the age of 18. She has continued to record and release material, currently working on her 4th release.
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