Antonio Czar maintains a nice balance of mainstream Hip Hop with an original flavor added to a twist of street influenced rap. His intriguing flow and wordplay is unmatched in today's Hip Hop scene. Antonio Czar's style strays away from the R&B thug image, which every other commercial artist seems to portray. Antonio Czar hits you with real life situations expressed through dramatized storytelling while at the same time examining spiritual conflicts that every person can relate to. Along with his storytelling, Antonio delivers explosive lyrical bombardments that display his ability to attack his opponents.
Antonio Czar has been greatly influenced by Hip Hop at an early age starting when his older brother used to break dance, graffiti and listen to Run DMC, LL Cool J, Rakim, Slick Rick and other pioneers of hip hop. Growing up with this passion for Hip Hop music Antonio Czar was later driven to start a career as a Hip Hop artist.
In the summer of 2000 is when he began to test his writing skills. He quickly established a sense of direction and style with his lyrics and soon began recording multiple tracks in the spring of 2002. In the winter of 2005, Antonio Czar began working with DJ Eleazar, a DJ for WKKV 100.7FM (V100 Jams) and head of Hittin Hard Productions. Not long after this was Antonio Czar's single, "Throw 'Em Up," played for the masses on WKKV 100.7FM. Antonio Czar continues to work with DJ Eleazar and Hittin Hard Productions while currently working on his debut album (under the stage name "Antonio Czar") as well as establishing a fan base by performing with other hip hop artists under this company. Antonio Czar recently completed his mixtape, "Heir to the Throne", slated to be released spring of 2010.
Milwaukee is an unknown market filled with many undiscovered, talented Hip Hop artists with unique styles. Antonio Czar plans to bring Milwaukee to the forefront of the music industry with his hard-hitting lyricism. This may be the first time you have ever heard of Antonio Czar but I promise you it won't be the last!
DJ Eleazar and DJ Absolut
Visions of Destruction (under Antonio Czar's former stage name "Prophecy")
The Venom Mixtape
Heir to the Throne (Release Date: May 6, 2010)
Get it In (Single)
The set can vary from 3 songs to 15 songs.. It all depends on the venue and how long of a set is required. I have my own DJ that is included with my set to mix things up a little bit by throwing in some hip-hop records that are getting national radio play.